Lifestyle & Parenting

cabo by night

January 23, 2014

Last week, we explored the Baja by day – this week, it’s all about what happens after dark.

Food Bar Cabofeast
Make sure to plan dinner at the cliff-side seafood restaurant El Farallon, serving local specialties like grouper, sea bass and tuna ordered by weight and cooked over an open grill. Consider a quote from Hemingway at the bar: “A ship in port is safe, but that’s not what ships are built for.” Sounds like a travel mantra to us. At Capella Hotel,

Esperanza Hoteldrink
Rosemary margaritas in the open-air bar while whale watching over the Sea of Cortez. It doesn’t get much better than that. But if you move on to dinner at Cocina Del Mar (try to get the lower tables cantilevered over the sea) you will see it can. The seafood tortilla soup, with little neck clams and white Baja prawns is outstanding. At Esparanza Resort,

Cabo Bahiadine
Right in the heart of downtown Cabo, the open-air, lantern-filled restaurant at the boutique Bahia Hotel gets so busy at dinner it overtakes the lobby. And there is good reason: the food, music and ambiance are all outstanding. Owned by a group of high-profile New York bankers, the hotel is undergoing a room-by-room renovation, but we kind of loved the charm of the original rooms with their kitchenettes and plaster scallop shell over the bed, all for under $150/night.

El Ganzo Cabodance
Leave Cabo Wabo to the weekend warriors and head to Charlie Sheen’s new bar in hotel El Ganzo, in the port of San Jose Del Cabo. With its underground recording studio and rooftop bar, you might catch Slash or Brett Dennan at the mic.

—Sarah Bancroft


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