This Is How We Do It
Los Cabos locals know exactly where to go for the region’s best seafood dishes.
There is a very old and respected axiom in travel circles: If you want to find the best food, follow the locals. Who knows more about the best places to eat in a given area, after all, than the people who live there? With that in mind, here’s a local’s guide to the top seafood stops in Los Cabos.
This Is How We Do It
Cabo’s most indulgent dishes BY SANDRA A. BERRY Sometimes you just have to spoil yourself. That’s especially true when you are on vacation in Los Cabos. Now is the time to indulge. This region is rich in restaurants with wickedly delicious temptations, so why not… Read More
The story behind Alcaravea Gourmet’s enduring appeal By Chris Sands Los Cabos’ love affair with Alcaravea Gourmet started some 10 years ago, when chef and owner Enrique Díaz debuted his cozy spot in downtown Cabo San Lucas. What catapulted Alcaravea Gourmet from a locals’… Read More
Two decades after arriving in Los Cabos, Pitahayas chef Volker Romeike continues to pioneer creative fusion cuisine By Chris Sands • Photos by Francisco Estrada Many top chefs in Los Cabos have, in recent years, been moving away from Baja Med–style fusions in favor of… Read More
Daikoku—home to Cabo’s most lovely Zen garden—continues to get better and better. By Sandra A. Berry Founded in 1971 in México City by a Japanese family, the Daikoku restaurant is now well known across the country. There are three locations in México City… Read More
How to eat your way through paradise. By Chris Sands Cape cities Cabo San Lucas, San José del Cabo, and the Tourist Corridor connecting them boast great restaurants—with chefs who hail from across México and beyond and menu specialties that range from tacos… Read More
By Ashley Alvarado, Sandra A. Berry, Fátima Martínez, Fernando Rodriguez, and Chris Sands Alcaravea Gourmet Chef-owner Enrique Diaz has brought a bit of Europe to Southern Baja. The dining room at Alcaravea Gourmet is a charming, intimate space with surreal paintings, a wood-beamed ceiling, and bistro… Read More
At Baja Cantina Group’s trio of restaurants, there’s always room for regulars By Chris Sands How does the popular Baja Cantina Group measure the success of its restaurants? “When you come back,” says owner Jorge González. “That’s when we know we’ve done our job. That… Read More
México meets the Mediterranean Things are different in Italy. There is a charming mystique that envelops the country, its rich history, its cuisine. As in the world’s greatest culinary destinations, food there is celebrated, the lifeblood of a nation. Those who’ve had an opportunity to… Read More