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Eating in San Quintín

        Seafood, seafood, seafood. Shrimp, fish, crab, lobster, abalone…the world is your oyster!  The region is truly a crustacean, bivalve and piscine treasure chest, as evidenced by beaches strewn with crab shells and mussel and clam shells.  Fishing is a huge occupation in this region, and diners benefit.  Try the crab claws cooked in a steaming paprika broth at Cielito Lindo; or steamed clams in their broth.  That said, given the proximity of fresh produce, the salads are a good choice, too.  Cookies?  There is only one place to try and that is the new Burbu TéRead More

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Search the San Quintín restaurant guide

  Search the San Quintín Restaurants guide    for more ideas and places to test your taste buds!       Here are a few standout eateries in the area.   Jardines:  Carmen & Guillermo welcome visitors to the restaurant hotel (where visitors can try one of Baja.com’s favorites, crab claws!)       Mama Espinoza’s :  In El Rosario, south of San Quintin, one of Baja’s most famous eateries serves crab soup, lobster burritos and more.   Other notable restaurants in or around the San Quintin area: Restaurant Mision Santa Isabel Dragon de Oro Laura’s Wet Buzzard Zopilote Mojado /Rancho Cielito Lindo Posada Don Diego Burbu Té & Hogaza Hogaza Related articles Lobster Burritos? Mama Espinoza’s South of San Quintin!Read More

Seafood, seafood, seafood. Shrimp, fish, crab, lobster, abalone…the world is your oyster!