74 LOS CABOS MAGAZINE | SUMMER 2014 Miguel Ventura Just as one might expect at a restaurant called Baja Lobster Co., the surf and turf with lobster and filet mignon is excellent. Francisco Estrada menu, introducing dishes like the brand-new kale pizza and a kale and beet salad. And executive chef Rogelio García expertly oversees the preparation of these items and perennial favorites, like the tuna tartare and short rib pizza. Come early for fresh pastries and organic, Oaxacan coffee from Bar Esquina’s coffee shop and bakery. Or, for a special evening, opt for dinner on the open terrace—the chef’s table and expansive marble bar are great spots, too. Candles flicker, breeze dances its way up from Médano Beach, and live music plays in the background as you enjoy some of the best meals—and cocktails—anywhere. Bahia Hotel, Avenida El Pescador S/N, Cabo San Lucas, (624) 143-1890, www.baresquina.com. Daily 8 a.m.–midnight. All major credit cards and vouchers accepted. $$–$$$$ A.A. Cabo Wabo Cantina There’s likely no spot more synonymous with Cabo San Lucas than rocker Sammy Hagar’s famous—and infamous— Cabo Wabo Cantina. His flagship nightclub and restaurant spurred the transformation of Cabo San Lucas into a mustvisit destination and helped establish Hagar as a top-rate entrepreneur. Just as you can’t make a first-time trip to New York without taking in the Empire State Building or Statue The lobster burrito at Cabo Wabo Cantina will knock your socks off.
Los Cabos Magazine #37 - Summer 2014
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