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Places to Eat in San Jose Del Cabo, Mexico.

What’s on the Menu?

Updated: 5.27.2022

  • Guacamole


A jungle-themed farm-to-table dining experience. Start with some Guacamole & Chips and then try some mouth-watering Pork Belly Tacos. After eating, explore the beautiful property and make a pit stop at the animal sanctuary. They also offer wedding venues, bike rentals and more.

Calle Sin Nombre, Animas Bajas

Hotel El Ganzo

Enjoy the bay view from the balcony. Try the fresh juices, Açai bowls and the pancakes.   

23400 Blvd. Antonio Mijares s/n Plaza La Mision Local 1 A, Centro, 23400

Habanero’s Gastro Grill

Sit in the garden by the bar to get a nice view of the pool. Then start with their zucchini bread and have the oatmeal as a main course meal.

23400 Blvd. Antonio Mijares s/n Plaza La Mision Local 1 A, Centro, 23400

Chula Vegan Café

This establishment have moved to a larger location in downtown San Jose and expanded. They now have an indoor and outdoor seating area as well as a small boutique. The smoothies and juices here are great. You can’t go wrong with their açai bowls either. The staff members are also friendly and helpful.

23400 Blvd. Antonio Mijares s/n Plaza La Mision Local 1 A, Centro, 23400

Floras Farms

Floras Farms

This place is very popular. Be sure to make reservations ahead of time to ensure that you have a table. It is a true farm-to-table restaurant that grows and uses its own vegetables. The salads and pizza are excellent. Additionally, you can walk around the perimeter to see their farm and pond filled with ducks and fish.

Carretera Transpeninsular San José del Cabo Km. 30 Las Ánimas Bajas, 23407


A casual dining restaurant located in the middle of the desert. You can get everything from tacos to burgers on the menu. I usually order the shrimp tacos here and the most delicious flan in town. Sometimes, you’ll see the owner behind the bar as well.

Lot n mza 3 Los Zacatitos, 23440

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A Farm-to-Table Lunch at Floras Farm Restaurant (video)

Whenever it’s warm and sunny like here in Cabo, I always gravitate towards something light to eat when I’m hungry.

Mercado Orgánico (video)

Mercado Orgánico (a.k.a. The Organic Market) market is an open air field with various vendors selling food, hand-made jewelries, bags, clothes, dog collars and just about any authentic knick knacks that you can find that are locally made.


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