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Romance in Cabo San Lucas

In honor of Valentine’s Day, we’re sharing our top 5 most romantic restaurants here in Los Cabos, Mexico. While the choices were plentiful, and we had reasons to choose so many others, these were 5 unique, romantic and delicious choices that we couldn’t resist. We’ve also decided to leave on our our favorites off, Sunset da Mona Lisa. An obvious choice nonetheless, we’ve shared plenty about Sunset in posts pasts. Read more here.

Without further ado, here are our choices for our vacationing love birds.

Champagne Terrace at The Resort at Pedregal

We start with something a little different…rather than going out to dinner, maybe just drinks. Drinks in one of the most romantic settings in Cabo. The Champagne Terrace at El Farallon. Enjoy an amazing glass of Champagne, or enjoy a sampling of some of the world’s finest bubblies. As you sip, watch the sun dip below Pacific and enjoy this unforgettable moment with the one you love. You certainly can continue the evening with dinner at El Farallon, but that’s up to you.

El Farallon and Champagne Terrace website >


Photos: Facebook – Resort at Pedregal

Cocina Del Mar

Start your evening with a drink at the Lounge Bar before enjoying a delicious meal at the stunning Cocina Del Mar. Set on the ocean’s, the menu reflects Cabo’s love of seafood with dishes like seafood tortilla soup, Baja shrimp and, of course, the daily catch. Being Valentine’s Day and all, you simply cannot skip dessert. May we recommend the Chocolate Lava Flow for chocolate lovers and the Guava Creme Brûlée for those of us who enjoy a fruitier option. Nothing has been forgotten at Cocina Del Mar. The service, ambiance, view and food will make this an unforgettable Valentine’s Day.

Cocina Del Mar website >


Photos: Esperanza Cabo

La Panga Antigua

Behind the worn turquoise doors of this San Jose restaurants sits a beautiful courtyard with enchanting aromas. La Panga Antigua might not seem like much from street side, but wander in and give their chef a chance to change your mind. You’ll feel like you’re in some sort of secret garden as you enjoy delicious tamales, fresh seafood risotto, and unique ceviche creations. Bring your loved one to San Jose to wander the cobblestone streets, visit galleries and jewelry shops, before ending your day at the romantic La Panga Antigua.


Photos: Facebook – La Panga Antigua

7 Seas Seafood Grille

Located at the Cabo Surf Hotel along the Tourist Corridor on Costa Azul, 7 Seas Seafood Grill manages to perfectly combine luxury and relaxation. The restaurant, built to look like beach palapas, creates beautiful seafood dishes as fresh as can be. The menu is rooted in the Mexican culture, but has been influenced by the cuisines of Italy, Japan and more. From the view to the food, there is nothing you won’t love about this Valentine’s Day destination.

7 Seas Seafood Grille website >


Photos: 7 Seas Seafood Restaurant

Edith’s Restaurant

Edith’s Restaurant is located just off of Medano Beach, and has been a local favorite for years. According to Edith, the restaurant is “a loving, privileged view of Medano Beach and the world famous Arch of Cabo San Lucas, candle lights and palapas set the atmosphere for an unforgettable culinary experience.” The restaurant focuses on Baja cuisine with a Guerreran influence (Edith was born in the Mexican state of Guerrero). Don’t forget to try Edith’s cheese turnovers.

Edith’s Restaurant website >


Photos: Edith’s Restaurant

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