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Are you ready to taste – nay, savor – The Baja Way? The tip of Mexico’s Baja California peninsula is where the ocean meets the desert meets the mountains meet...delicious. Farm-to-table and sea-to-table aren’t the exception; they’re the norm. And you simply have to try it at these four Los Cabos restaurants that have diners lining up for a table.

Nobu Hotel Los Cabos - Cabo San Lucas In early 2019, world-renowned chef Nobuyuki “Nobu” Matsuhisa brought his signature brand of modern Japanese minimalism to Los Cabos when he opened Nobu Hotel, the fourth property in his expanding luxury hospitality portfolio co-owned with actor Robert DeNiro. With a delicious focus on fresh seafood – and where better than Los Cabos to taste the sea’s bountiful riches? – Nobu Los Cabos offers innovative fusion cuisine using Peruvian ingredients in traditional Japanese dishes. The black cod in miso is not to be missed.

Nick-San - Cabo San Lucas  Long before Nobu arrived on the scene, Nick-San gave Cabo San Lucas its first taste of Japanese cuisine, and they’ve been going strong ever since. Warm service, a hip atmosphere and a menu that surpasses expectations are what keep locals and tourists alike coming back for more – more tuna tostadas, lobster curries and outstanding sushi and sashimi, that is. They even opened a second location at The Shoppes at Palmilla in San Jose del Cabo – with a serene view of the bay – to bring even more Nick-San goodness to customers.

Jazamango - Todos Santos Celebrated Mexican chef Javier Plascencia believes in tasting food with all of the senses, which is why a visit to Jazamango in Todos Santos is a must for all foodies. This farm-to-table restaurant, inspired by the small town of Todos Santos and its unique mixture of desert, mountain and beach landscapes, gives diners a true taste of Baja. Using ingredients harvested from their own fields and orchards, unforgettable flavors emerge in dishes like housemade fettuccine, lamb tacos and grilled octopus. Are you hungry yet?