Baja Brewing Company: The only made-in-Baja brew—try all eight, then order a pizza with crust made of the restaurant’s own barley, yeast, and beer.
Buzzard’s Bar and Grill: right on the beach at La Laguna, now accessible from a paved road and just a short drive from downtown San Jose del Cabo.
Deckman’s at Havana’s: Attention Foodies! Overlooking the famous Zipper’s surf spot at Costa Azul, award-winning Chef-Owner Drew Deckman creates a daily changing culinary concept where each dish is available in 3 different portion sizes allowing you to customize your experience from tapas-style to tastings to a la carte.
La Nana Rosa: Momma Teresa and daughter Perla cook with love and serve their authentic, delicious and reasonably priced Mexican food in a lovely courtyard setting in the Historic Art District.
Mariscos Sandy’s: If it’s shellfish you crave, it doesn’t get better, fresher or more reasonably priced than this. Sandy’s is a locals favorite, outdoor restaurant under a huge palapa that is only open during the day, so plan on having one of the best lunches you’re likely to experience anywhere. Sandy’s is off the beaten tourist track but right on the highway as you head towards the airport.
Taqueria Rossy: Want the freshest fish tacos in town? There’s a reason this local’s favorite has been in business for over 20 years – try it once and you’ll be back!
For more restaurants, search the San Jose del Cabo restaurant listings.