Where To Eat While Visiting Baja California Sur

Published on December 28, 2021
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When it comes to a trip to Baja California Sur, you get to experience adventure that meets luxury as you galavant around boutique resorts that feature fantastic restaurants, many of which are farm-to-table. This is a dream location for foodies who also enjoy eating with a side of gorgeous view. Here are some great options you can choose from while you’re visiting the Mexican state.

Acre Restaurant And Fausto's Diner

Acre Restaurant And Fausto’s Diner

Acre Restaurant and Fausto’s Diner

Located right in San José del Cabo, you’ll find Acre right in the middle of a lush jungle oasis. It’s not out of place to find peacocks roaming around here. At Fausto’s you’ll find American diner food with a Mexican twist, which is an absolute delight. Best of all, you can enjoy your meal outside among the stunning greenery.

Don Sanchez

At Don Sanches, patrons can experience an absolute culinary delight right in downtown. Headed by chef Edgar Roman, Don Sanchez offers up Roman’s signature ad-hoc degustation menu that is then paired with wines, all of which are local. If you visit, you absolutely must try the surf and turf taco, which is to die for.

Don Sanchez

Don Sanchez

Coyote

Located in El Perdido, Coyote, which features an Airstream trailer, is led by chefs Victor Tafoya and Kevin Barrera Madrigal. Here they serve up hearty but elegant food that includes wood-grilled steak, fire-grilled Spanish octopus, and habanero-mezcal ceviche. Can you say yum?

Coyote

Coyote

Barracuda Cantina

This one is for all the burrito lovers out there. Located on the doorstep of El Perdido, this tiki bar offers up fresh fish and shrimp “surfer” burritos are they call them, which are absolutely huge. They are absolutely worth getting to Barracuda Cantina for, especially if you haven’t had authentic burritos before.

Barracuda Cantina

Barracuda Cantina

Santa Terra Oystera

If you’re still yearning for some city life experiences while on your trip, then you can head to Todos Santos and visit a very cosmopolitan oyster bar. Located right by the original Hotel California, you can enjoy Mexican twists on oyster bar standbys like po’boys and battered calamari. Of course, you must try the creamy local oysters as well.

Santa Terra Oystera

Santa Terra Oystera