Raise the Flag – LCM #45 Winter 2017

Rise the Flag – Why three Los Cabos beaches are a cut above the rest.
Los Cabos is paradise for beach lovers, with dozens of gorgeous, golden-sand-covered shoreline stretches featuring spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and Sea of Cortés, as well as world-class conditions for water-based activities like swimming, snorkeling, and surfing.

This Is How We Do It – LCM #45 Winter 2017

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.

Arre Mango – LCM 45 Winter 2017

The youngest member of the Mango family of restaurants, Arre Mango has made a name for itself as the hottest karaoke bar in Los Cabos. It brings with it the high-octane fun that has become a signature of sister spots Mango Deck and Mango Cantina, as well as a monster lineup of karaoke songs in English and Spanish. Never one to rest on its laurels, Arre Mango continues to up its game.

Baja Cantina Marina – LCM 45 Winter 2017

Known for its consistent flavorful food and affable atmosphere, Baja Cantina Marina is not resting on its laurels. Patrons returning to this Cheers like gathering place on the Cabo San Lucas waterfront will be pleased to see the addition of a sushi bar. Housed in the former bar area, it’s complete with all the accoutrements associated with that fabulous Asian fare. The addition is in response to the popularity of sushi on the menu.

Baja Lobster Co. – LCM 45 Winter 2017

Lobster, the king of all seafood, gets its due at this scenic seaside eatery. The butter-drizzled crustaceans are served up under an elegant white canopy on the boardwalk promenade that rings the Cabo San Lucas Marina. During dinner hours, one can watch the fishing boats bringing back the day’s catch or enjoy the sun setting over the luxury villas that dot the hillside as a guitarist strums romantic ballads.

Cabo Wabo – LCM 45 Winter 2017

The emergence of Cabo San Lucas as a world-class travel destination is closely tied to the opening of Cabo Wabo—Sammy Hagar’s iconic nightclub and restaurant—in 1990. Back then, as the Cabo Wabo website points out, “Cabo San Lucas was pretty small for such an elaborate nightclub. Later, when this town at the tip of Baja California grew into the prominent vacation destination that it is today, it seemed as if [Hagar] had looked into a crystal ball.

Cafe Des Artistes – LCM 45 Winter 2017

The long corridors and stairwells in the new and quite grand JW Marriott Resort all lead to Café des Artistes, the elegant yet understated signature restaurant from award-winning chef Thierry Blouet. The restaurant—Blouet’s third in México—faces the Sea of Cortés, and diners are treated to his culinary creations, which fuse Mexican flavors and ingredients with his French heritage. Seafood and fresh fish are favorites.