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Acre Baja

A exceptional farm-to-table restaurant located in the farmland to the east of San Jose del Cabo, Acre is being heralded as a more contemporary, South Beach version of longtime favorite Flora’s Farm, just down the road.

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Cocina del Mar

On a bluff overlooking the rocky coastline, Esperanza’s Mediterranean-Mexican restaurant is one of Cabo’s most scenic places to dine.
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Interiors at Edith's, Los Cabos, Mexico


Located in central Cabo San Lucas, Edith’s offers traditional, unpretentious Mexican cuisine in a charming al fresco setting.
Dinning Area at El Farallón, Los Cabos, Mexico

El Farallón

The setting, a candle-lit terrace carved into a cliff overlooking the ocean, is spectacular, and the fish fresh off local fishing boats.
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Field Kitchen at Flora's Farm

This ten-acre farm in the shadow of the Sierra de la Laguna Mountains has become a must-visit for families and food lovers visiting Cabo.
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Exterior View - French Riviera Restaurant & Bakery, Los Cabos, Mexico

French Riviera Restaurant & Bakery

Jacques Chretien, an expat Frenchman, runs this popular bakery, coffee shop and bistro.

La Panga Antigua

Jacobo Turquie, a Culinary Institute of America grad, serves contemporary Mexican fare, like salmon fillet over lentil and olive stew and seared sea scallops with dry-chili oil over squid-ink risotto. Set in a historic hacienda, his restaurant is fashionable with the expat set.

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Mi Cocina

A Euro-Mexican restaurant in the pretty courtyard of Casa Natalia, Mi Cocina is the second Mexican venture of French chef Loïc Tenoux (his first, a restaurant in Provence, had trouble competing with classic French establishments). Dishes include Provençal-style shrimp with cilantro-fish consommé, tequila-cured salmon and, for dessert, chocolate cake and crème brûlée. From One & Only Palmilla, San Jose del Cabo is about a 15-minute drive.

Dinning Area at Nick-San,  Los Cabos, Mexico - Photo by Mattheiu Fiol


Diners pack into Nick-San for superfresh Baja-inspired sushi and sashimi (owner Angel Carbajal often catches the fish himself aboard his aptly named vessel, Spicy Tuna). There are several locations, including the original branch in Cabo San Lucas. If you’re staying at the One & Only Palmilla, the closer one is at the Las Tiendas shopping center, across the street.

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Interiors at SEARED, Los Cabos, Mexico


SEARED is One & Only Palmilla’s new fine-dining offering conceived of with the help of famed Jean-Georges Vongerichten and Executive Chef Sébastien Agnès.

Tropicana Inn

This local San José restaurant has a spacious, palapa-shaded terrace that makes it a fun pit stop. Order a heaping serving of fresh guacamole and people-watch. The Mexican food is expertly prepared, and many locals and loyal visitors bring guests here for dinner, but come ready for a fiesta: there’s a band and a lively ambience, so serious or intimate conversation is basically impossible.

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