District MX Eat + Drink The District is San José del Cabo’s premier sports and entertainment restaurant and lounge. Eye-catching decor blends an industrial feel with creature comforts, and here you can relax and take in Baja’s best audiovisual entertainment and international sports. There are… Read More
La Panga Antigua Restaurant & Bar To dine here is to not only taste some of the most impressive contemporary Mexican cuisine but also to witness a bit of San José del Cabo’s history. The restaurant hides just across the street from the historic Mission… Read More
Mi Casa San José The hacienda-style Mi Casa restaurant in San José del Cabo (as well as its sister spot in Cabo) honors México’s rich culinary and artistic traditions. Its neighbors here are the historic mission church and a number of charming art galleries. Oversize… Read More
Nick-San Palmilla On our last trip to Nick-San Palmilla, we started with a Champagne cocktail from the Champagne Bar at the Garden to get ourselves into the ambience. The chef sent an amuse bouche of whitefish sashimi served with truffle oil. And we continued with… Read More
Pan di Bacco While Pan di Bacco is known by late-night revelers for its extraordinary pizzas, fine wines, and special cocktails, few know of its bountiful breakfast-brunch menu. Start the day with an Italian-style breakfast at either of the two Los Cabos locations. A large… Read More
Blue Fish Seafood
Every dish at Blue Fish Seafood is an instagrammer’s delight: The food is simply picture perfect. But, even more than that, the fresh local seafood featured in these dishes are of the highest quality and served in time-honored Baja California Sur style preparations.
Cafe des Artistes
Chef Thierry Blouet has masterfully married Mexican fine cuisine and French influences at his award-winning Café des Artistes restaurants. The newest his third in México opened to great acclaim at the JW Marriott Resort, and its understated elegance and awe-inspiring views of the Sea of Cortés are enough to take your breath away.
Los Cabos needed a good Chinese restaurant, and Chin’s has delivered. Originally from Las Vegas, Nevada, the restaurant serves its signature combination of Cantonese and hot-and-spicy Szechuan cuisine to happy patrons at the Shoppes at Palmilla on the tourist corridor.
Life is indeed sweeter, thanks to La Dolce, an Italian eatery that embraces a Northern Italian trattoria style. Co-owner Stefan Miotto is from that region, which is known for using less tomato and instead incorporating wine or broth for liquid and relying heavier on butter rather than olive oil …
On our last trip to Nick-San Palmilla, we started with a Champagne cocktail from the Champagne Bar at the Garden to get ourselves into the ambience. The chef sent an amuse bouche of whitefish sashimi served with truffle oil.