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 Té & Hogaza Hogaza (related to the Hogaza Hogaza in Ensenada). The main drag is packed with taco places and small seafood restaurants – just follow the people and you probably can’t go wrong. And you will know that you are eating clams, crab and shrimp fresh from the beautiful San Quintín bays.