When you’re vacationing in one of the most beautiful seaside paradises in the world, you might be wondering how you can take your experience to the next level. Our recommendation: check out one of Los Cabos’ myriad of bars catering to thirsty locals and travelers alike. Whether you’re a brewery enthusiast, a cocktail connoisseur, a wine aficionado, or you just like to drink, you’re sure to find somewhere to partake in your favorite beverage. Read on for more information about the best Los Cabos Bars around!
Cocktails at the Best Los Cabos Bars, Anyone?
Los Cabos bars are well-known to be hopping and enjoyable! With established favorites like Cabo Wabo Cantina, Latitude 22+ Roadhouse, and Giggling Marlin drawing the night crowds of natives and tourists, you’re guaranteed to have a good cocktail (tropical or otherwise) with a good time on the side. Cabo Wabo Cantina was founded by Sammy Hagar (who still holds his annual star-studded birthday bash at the establishment), features a signature cocktail called the “Waborita,” and now has its own tequila brand. The Giggling Marlin gets crazy after midnight and features a fish scale for its “well-hung club” (with souvenir photos available). And Latitude 22+ Roadhouse is a tried-and-true favorite, acting almost as a local museum with its vintage photos of local events and people, souvenirs left behind by visitors, and nautical feel—all coupled with a terrific view of Land’s End.
Beer Lovers, Unite!
There is a growing craft beer community in Los Cabos. As the first microbrewery in the area, Baja Brewing Company forged the way with its many draft options, including Baja Blond, Escorpion Negro, Mango Beer, Peliroja, Peyote Pale Ale, Belgium Wit, and Cabotella. Because of its wild success, Baja Brewering Company is now expanding to the U.S., but you’ll want to check out its original locations in Los Cabos to get delicious beer straight from the source! Ramuri Cerveza Artesanal Mexicana is another friendly competitor, offering Mexican flavors modeled after Belgian and German brewing cultures. Ranking each of its beers according to color, alcohol content, and hops, Ramuri allows you to truly customize your craft beer experience.
“Wine” Down by the Beach!
You may not realize it, but the Baja Peninsula is attracting more and more notoriety as one of the newest developing wine regions. Los Cabos now hosts the International Wine Festival in mid-January, with seminars and samples of over one hundred wines from local wineries. During the rest of the year, you can indulge in the fine wines at Los Cabos Winery in Cabo San Lucas, which are finished in oak barrels and rest in the winery’s cave anywhere from six to twenty-two months. Los Cabos Winery utilizes this practice to recreate the aging conditions of the traditional winery caves of old world Europe and ensure that every glass served is a premium glass. Other wineries and restaurants serving pleasantly palatable wine options include Edith’s, Romeo y Julieta, Pan di Bacco, Don Manuel’s, and Chamuyo.
Let Haciendo Vinorama Help you Plan the Vacation of a Lifetime!
Wherever you choose to indulge your drinking sensibilities, you can’t go wrong with the bars in Los Cabos! Contact us today to find out more about what this fantastic seaside destination has in-store for you when you book your greatest vacation yet!