Restaurants In Cabo
Many people will be traveling south of the border this year for Spring Break in search of beautiful weather, warm beaches, delicious local cuisine, and the endless number of activities to be found. If you are among the throngs of people lucky enough to make your way to Mexico, consider Cabo San Lucas as your destination of choice.
It only makes sense that while you’re in Cabo San Lucas, you’ll want to try some authentic local cuisine. After all, what better place to eat Mexican food than in Mexico? Though there are countless options from which you can choose, allow me to help narrow your search.
If you’re sight-seeing in Cabo San Lucas, it’ll be difficult to miss Cabo Wabo. This gigantic nightclub has been around for about 20 years and just continues to get more popular. In fact, it’s spawned another location in Lake Tahoe and a line of successful tequila. Who is the genius behind all of this? Rock musician and (sometimes) front man of Val Halen, Sammy Hagar.
Situated so close to the water, it’s no surprise that Baja Lobster Company specializes in seafood (the name sort of gives it away too). This is not your typical seafood restaurant, however. Baja Lobster Co. prides themselves on their sophisticated, creative, and exotic dishes. Your tongue is sure to be pleased.
It is Monday morning and if you were here in Cabo San Lucas, there is a very good possibility you would be doing the ‘cabo wobble’. Hey, taking a vacation is all about relaxing, isn’t it? Some people enjoy a few drinks and if you do, then more than likely on a Monday morning you would be wobbling!
Eating out in Cabo San Lucas has come a long way in recent years. In 1990 the Mexican government opened the area to development, and that made way to the influx of restaurants in Cabo San Lucas. This led to an increase in tourism, which has led to more restaurants. You're spoilt for choice now which has only made it better for you.
Fire leaps high releasing the pungent aroma of herbs and spices while oohs and aahs escape from the mouths of diners. Passersby stop to take in the show, some walk on but many are drawn in by the culinary exhibition. Like us, they are soon to be fans of Chef Alex Brulhart, owner of Alexander's Restaurant.