When winter comes, beaches framed by gorgeous blue water and waves, pool boys bringing an endless supply of margaritas, and great food are all you want. That’s why Cabo is where you’ll want to go. Yes, Cabo. It might not be the culturally rich like Oaxaca, but it’s a paradise surrounded by the Sea of Cortez and Pacific Ocean, where relaxing is as much a sport as fishing, surfing and diving. In 2014, the area was hit hard by Hurricane Odile, but there’s but now the whole place has been rebuild and looks even better.
Old hotels and restaurants now look incredible, and new resorts are catching up at a fast pace all along the Los Cabos Corridor, the 20-mile long road with beaches and golf courses linking the two main cities, Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo. From timeshares to luxurious casitas with their own butlers, just about every kind of stay for any budget can be found here. And flights are easy from just about anywhere, which is why it continues to be such a popular destination.
Food-wise, the two main towns, the larger, more crowded bar-and-shop-hopping Cabo San Lucas, and the colorful San Jose del Cabo with its rustic arts district, have always catered to an American and European palate. Meaning: it wasn’t as easy to find authentic Mexican food in Mexico. That’s changing, even in the resorts, where some are finally opening restaurants that serve traditional foods to placate foodie travelers looking for good tacos and mariscos. But there’s also a pool of top, world-renowned chefs opening splashy new steakhouses and contemporary restaurants that rival any in the States. Here are 5 places where you can eat the best and most elegant food in Cabo.
Or you could hire our Cabo Catering services in the Private Services section and enjoy amazing meals in a more private way.