Nili Blanck is a writer based in Mexico City.
A restaurant where you can eat with your toes in the sand, Japanese-Mexican food, and a couple spots in San José del Cabo.
December 13, 2022
Paseo de la Marina
Tacos Gardenias in Paseo de la Marina is a quintessential Baja seafood spot where you should eat things like fish and shrimp tacos.
Baja is known for chocolate clams, and Taqueria Rossy in Downtown San José del Cabo is the place to try them.
La Lupita Taco & Mezcal feels like a casual backyard party with live music in Paseo de la Marina.
WTF Burger Bar in Cabo serves an excellent American-style hamburger that might not think you need. Except you do.
Nicksan is one of the multiple Japanese-Mexican restaurants in Baja, and they serve the best sushi in Cabo.
Edith's is a laid-back restaurant with an excellent flan in Paseo de la Marina.
Baja Brewing Company is the perfect spot for a craft beer and some live music.
Manta comes from the chef behind Pujol and serves modern Mexican food in Misiones.
Cabo Del Mar
El Huerto is a farm-to-table restaurant with excellent cocktails and seasonal dishes.
El Farallon is a seafood restaurant built on a cliff overlooking the ocean in Cabo.
Los Tres Gallos serves Mexican staples and incredible churros in an open-air courtyard in Downtown Cabo.
Animas Bajas in San Jose del Cabo
Flora Farms in Animas Bajas serves a seasonal menu with some mainstays, including a very good Bloody Mary and Neapolitan pizzas.
Seared is a steakhouse in the Tourist Corridor where you must order the roasted corn soufflé for dessert.
Head to The Office on the Beach in Cabo to drink a fruity cocktail with your toes in the sand.