Where to Eat in Cabo San Lucas

The specialty, as in every beach, is seafood, and given the tourism orientation of this city, the quality of restaurants is fit for the most demanding palates.

Restaurant with more than 14 years of experience offers quality and certainty of the best seafood dishes.
Calle Leona Vicario y 20 de Noviembre
Phone (624) 143 2122

With an excellent decoration, this restaurant has a family environment offering the best of Mexican and seafood cuisine.
Calle Narciso Mendoza y Alvaro Obregón
Phone (624) 143 2017

Open from breakfast to dinner, it offers a spectacular view of Playa del Médano, and even tables on the sand.
Playa El Médano
Phone. (624) 143 0901

Excellent Swiss restaurant, inaugurated seven years ago by chef Alex Brulhart, it is beyond a doubt a restaurant that will delight you with exquisite Swiss and international dishes.
Plaza Bonita
Phone (624) 143 2022

Serving the best and freshest dishes based on shrimp and lobster since 1990. If you like crustaceans, you shouldn't miss it.
Blvd. Marina
Phone (624) 143 1147

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