Meet Me at the Culinary Corner – LCM 51 Spring 2019

Meet Me at the

 Culinary Corner
El Rincón Culinario offers a world of upscale food options along Cabo’s most vibrant beach

By Antonio Vargas



Deciding where to eat has a way of getting complicated quickly, especially when you’re traveling in a large group or with children. Making sure everybody gets just what they’re craving is no easy feat—that is, unless you’re at El Rincón Culniario (“the culinary corner” in Spanish), which offers seven different restaurant options from which to choose.


Enjoy a light snack or opt for an elaborate meal. You’ll find it all right on Médano Beach, within Casa Dorada.

The restaurants are 12 Tribes, Maydán Restaurant Beach Club, Okianus Pool Bar at Casa Dorada, The B Bar, Japanese Sushi Ocean View, XOXO Cafetzin and Trattoria. The food options vary from international to Mexican, to Italian, to Asian, and also include pastries and cocktails. They have dishes, drinks, desserts, and more that would delight the pickiest of diners.

This marvelous family concept has a very experienced team at the helm. Executive chef Gabriel Moro has more than 20 years of experience, and he works alongside food and beverages director David Sanz. Moro has 10 restaurants behind him, including Centro Cultural Azul y Oro. He was executive chef at Cumbre Tajín for four years and executive chef for Cumbre Mesoamérica, which was directed by Enrique Olvera. He also was academic director for the Coronado Culinary Institute.


His favorite dish to prepare is black mole, which is a traditional Mexican dish made with dozens of spices. He’s also known for his Moné de Robalo, a clear reflection of his philosophy: “You need to create the moment.” In other words, in order to produce results in your life, you have to create the circumstances to make it happen.

Sanz, similarly, brings a wealth of experience, having started at the Ritz Carlton Cancún back in 1999 before moving on to seven different resorts and being part of 80 restaurant openings. He knows how to see to every detail.

Live in Los Cabos? Make sure to ask about the local’s discount.

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