Where to Eat in San Jose del Cabo

The inhabitants of San Jose del Cabo know about good food, and it reflects on the great variety of culinary offers you will find in the city. In the greatest hotels as well as in the small pleasant restaurants in the downtown area, you can enjoy a tranquil meal under the stars of the californian sky. . DAMIANA RESTAURANT, BAR & PATIO Open since 1983, this restaurant owes its name to the typical plant of Baja California, the Damiana. It is worth mentioning that this plant makes a delicious liquor and afrodesiac. When you arrive at the Damiana, you will be greeted with a shot of Damiana liquor, which you can enjoy under the San Jose sky on the central patio of this restaurant bar. Blvd. Mijares #8 Centro San José del Cabo Phone (624) 142-0499 DA GIORGIO SAN JOSÉ DEL CABO If you wish to experience a good traditional Itallian meal, Da Giorgio is the ideal place. One of the first restaurants of San Jose, Da Giorgio is located on a hill, in the 25.5th km of the ¨corredor¨. Km 25.5 Corredor San José del Cabo MI COCINA Mi cocina us a modern kitchen with a fusion of aromas and ingredients from the old Europan continent and the rich mexican kitchen. Enjoy the succulant dishes chef Luis Tenoux has for you. Located inside the hotel boutique Casa Natalia. Blvd. Mijares #4 Centro, San José del Cabo MARISCOS MAZATLÁN Located close to the San Jose Airport, this family restaurant is preferred by locals. Excellent seafood dishes at the best prices, it guarantees a great culinary experience in this simple establishment. TAQUERÍA EL FOGON A visit to Mexico is not complete if you don´t enjoy the tastiest mexican tacos. In El Fogon you can delight yourself with traditional quesadillas, tacos ¨al pastor¨ and other mexican dishes. Ave. Manuel Doblado S/N Centro, San José del Cabo

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