A foodie’s guide to the most luxurious food and drinks in Cabo Mexico, everything from tacos to caviar to craft cocktails. Continue to read on find our the best places to eat in Cabo Mexico! If you’re looking for more Cabo travel inspiration, check out my One&Only Palmilla Resort, and Vista Encantada All-Inclusive Resort blog posts.
Acre is part treehouse, part organic farm, part private residences, and part award-winning bar and restaurant. At Acre, sustainability and farm-to-table is front and center. Begin by taking a golf-cart tour of the property, through the animal sanctuary and fruiting mango trees. You’ll get a glimpse at their minimal ecolodge treehouses and private residences. The restaurant echos baja-chic vibes. Prepare to be immersed in Tulum-esque decor and lush jungle vegetation. Start off with a mezcal cocktail from their immaculate mixology program and continue onwards to their farm-fresh menu featuring ingredients harvested from the Acre backyard.
2. Nobu Los Cabos
Nobu Hotel has a number of restaurants on property. Nobu Los Cabos is the elevated Japanese-fusion concept by Chef Nobu. Enjoy signature dishes like rock shrimp tempura, miso black cod, and yellowtail sashimi with thinly sliced jalapeño peppers. Pacific Restaurant is a fine dining Mexican concept with a-la-carte service and traditional taco & mezcal pairings.
3. La Lupita
La Lupita is a Cabo institution, and arguable serves some of the best tacos we’ve EVER had. Their tacos are eclectic and exciting: duck mole, miso fish, cheese crust al-pastor, IPA beer marinated barbacoa. We came here not once, but THREE times during our trip because we were blown away by the quality of the ingredients, the inventiveness of the flavors, and the affordable price point.
4. Agua by One&Only Palmilla
Restaurant Agua is perched on the cliffside at Onle&Only Palmilla and offers front row seats to the Sea of Cortez. You can make your evening extra romantic by reserving one of the few booths (pictured below!). The menu is Baja-inspired with a focus on fresh seafood from the Sea of Cortez and seasonal product. Expect to see a modern take on Mexican classics. We started off with the seafood platter, which was brimming with king crab legs, ceviche, tiger prawns, and the goodies from the sea. For mains, we stayed in the seafood realm with salmon and ceviche. If I had eat 2 desserts for the rest of my life, this would be Agua’s tres leches and churros. TRUST ME!
5. Casero at Viceroy Los Cabos
Casero is a homestyle mesa offering all-day dining. The breakfast menu offers traditional fare like eggs benedict, avocado toasts, and pastries. Lunch transitions to tacos, ceviches, and chilaquiles.
6. Seared by One&Only Palmilla
Seared is a Jean-Georges restaurant, a chef decorated with Michelin stars year after year. The restaurant located within the exclusive One&Only Palmilla resort. Seared’s menu is luxurious. Come here for steak and seafood cooked to perfection. We got the Kobe, wagyu, caviar(!!!), foie, tuna tartare, and ended off with their carrot cake and soufflé.
7. Suviche by One&Only Palmilla
Suviche is a Japanese fusion restaurant located at One&Only Palmilla. The menu offers sushi, ceviche, and a very extensive list of sake. Luxurious caviar and truffles make appearance on the dishes, and we welcomed them with open arms.
8. The Rooftop at The Cape
The Rooftop at The Cape is a VIBE. It’s the only rooftop bar and lounge in Cabo. The open-air terrace has an bold mixology program and a live DJ. After the sun sets, the energy is electric with club-like vibes.
9. Sur Beach House
Sur Beach House is a beach-front restaurant on Medano beach. You can choose between the open-air terrace dining or beach dining. Simply walk over to the beach and pick out a beach chair for yourself. The food is internationally-inspired and fresh, exactly what you need on a sunny Mexican afternoon. Expect açai bowls, refreshing cocktails, and fresh oysters.
10. Mako at Solaz
Mako is an al fresco poolside dining experience. Come for the food but stay for the views and the sun setting under the horizon. The cuisine is casual and features seasonal options from refreshing power bowls to dry-aged steaks and live lobsters.
11. Bar Esquina
Bar Esquina is located within the Bahia Hotel. We stumbled upon this place because the vibe was electric and we’re so glad we did! The menu is Mediterranean and Mexican inspired. They have live music every night.
These are the best places to eat in Cabo Mexico. Hope this guide helps you in planning your trip! If you’re looking for more travel inspiration, check our my other blog posts:
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