It is hard not to come to Los Cabos and not experience at least one night out on the town. The majority of the nightlife is centered in down town Cabo San Lucas, with a few notable spots in San Jose del Cabo. Bar hopping is easily done in Cabo San Lucas with the majority of the popular bars and nightclubs located on the main streets of Lazaro Cardenas & Marina Boulevard. There is a bar that will suit every type of personality, from laid-back tee shirt, shorts and sandals to trendy big city, dress code super clubs. Cover charges usually do not apply unless it is a special event or holiday season.
It is completely safe to walk around either city at night. With Police patrolling constantly, it is not recommended to drink in public and be watchful of traffic. Taxis run 24 hours a day and are located in designated areas in close proximity to bars. Please dont do anything that you would not do back home.
|A new era in Mexico`s nightlife was born with Mandala. The striking entrance makes this club different from every place in town. The most cosmopolitan crowd goes to Mandala. If you value exclusivity, you`ll love it here. Club opens daily at 9:30 p.m. Capacity for 800 people, 5 VIP sections. Hall to enjoy the atmosphere multilevel from anywhere in the place. Exquisite Asian decor. Catering service for special events.
|Ave. Lázaro Cárdenas # 1112, Cabo San Lucas
|52624 143 2056
|With live music and entertainment daily the stage at the Cantina has hosted top celebrities and musicians from all over the world. The restaurant serves outstanding food and is open for lunch and dinner 7 days a week. From seafood to Mexican food, from DJ to live band, from Cerveza to Tequila, from bar to rooftop, there are plenty of reasons for you to make the Cantina your stop in Cabo.
|Calle Vicente Guerrero S/N, Centro, 23450 Cabo San Lucas, B.C.S., Mexico
|The Mango Deck just screams Cabo vacation as it sits right on the beach, with plenty of seating and tables under oversize umbrellas on the sand; a full-service bar on the patio overlooks it all. Most people who come to the Mango Deck do so by sea, turning the shoreline into a parking lot of dinghies, duffys and jet skis.
Party police roam the crowd and make sure that everyone gets a turn on the mechanical bull and all of the other fun and games the Deck is known for, so make sure you`re really ready for some interactive fun when you throw that anchor overboard.
|El Medano Bach Cabo San Lucas
|The Cabo San Lucas branch of the microbrewery in San José del Cabo shares the same menu and selection of beers on tap. Yet, the partially open space atop of a seaside hotel lends a decidedly different, relaxed vibe. Perfect after a day at the beach, enjoy live music, ranging from Cuban to rock to funk, on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. There is a third, additional BBC location on the ground floor of the nearby Cabo Marina`s Puerto Paraiso Mall.
|Distrito de Arte, Centro Histórico Morelos 1227 e/ Comonfort y Obregon San Jose del Cabo, B.C.S. Mexico 23400
|Once upon a time in the decade of the 70’s, when our peninsula was a remote and isolated place and a few visitors came to the region, the first —and at that time the only— palapa on the beach was built on the Médano Beach of Cabo San Lucas.
On the virgin beach this palapa with its small kitchen and unpretentious bar, tended to the needs of locals and the few tourists we then had, offering simple fare such as ceviche, fried fish, burritos or hamburgers and the always wanted margaritas, cuba libres and beers besides the traditional water or coffee.
A local character, a gringo viejo —as the writer Carlos Fuentes would say— rented wind surf equipment on the beach and entertained his clients and friends in this same palapa, which was referred by him and others as “the office”. The name stuck, and shortly after a blue sign with yellow lettering popped up identifying the place officially as an office… The Office on the Beach.
|Playa El Médano, Cabo San Lucas, BCS México
|52 (624) 143 3464