Good Eatin' in Los Cabos

When people picture Los Cabos, they tend to think about spring break and drunken debauchery. But as I discovered on a recent trip down, there is much more going on than a lively bar scene where the Sea of Cortés meets the Pacific Ocean. Although Cabo San Lucas is the more well-known of the two Cabos, I found San Jose del Cabo to be more quaint and inviting. The whole town has a homey, communal feel to it and around every corner there is a cool art gallery or delicious restaurant to discover.

What surprised me most about this trip was all the amazing food I had the opportunity to indulge in. Los Cabos is truly a foodie's paradise, even internationally renowned chefs are heading on down to the Baja peninsula! A meal at Jean-Georges Vongerichten's Market restaurant at the exclusive One & Only Palmilla resort and an exciting cooking class with Chef Fabrice Guisset at the laid-back but luxe Las Ventanas resort were two highlights of my recent trip.

Check out the video below of the famed Los Cabos arch formation and click through the slideshow to learn all about this popular Mexican seaside escape.

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Mariela Rosario,

I'm a raging opinionista and I love to share my ramblings on everything from pop culture to food to stuff that makes me laugh & cry! I've worked in all types of media (TV, film, print) and was previously the online editor at Latina magazine before joining Mamás Latinas. On most nights you can find me working my way through my library of cookbooks or playing with my puppy Lola (my only child so far). I have a wonderful hubby who shares my passion for any and all kinds of travel. Together, we've formed a semi-professional wine drinking team.

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