Hidalgo Street, 624 143 6535, http://www.thecrazylobstercabo.com/
Also at Zaragoza Street around the corner from El Squid Roe; 624-143-1021
This casual lobster shack, with its massive saltwater tank, which in itself is an attraction, specializes in all kinds of lobster dishes including lobster tacos, enchiladas, grilled lobster tails, lobster and steak combos, and giant burritos (even lobster for breakfast!). But nothing beats the all day, all-you-can-survive tequila shots literally served any time. This place has "crazy" in its name for a reason.
M. Hidalgo and Zapata, 624-143-9653
Authentic, Italian, brick oven pizzas, fresh pastas, sumptuous calzones and amazing salads are what you'll find at this restaurant, an offspring of Puerto Vallarta's La Dolce Vita.
Km. 4.5 Transpeninsular Highway #1, 624-143-1516 www.loscabosguide.com/latitude22cabo
A casual, "weathered" looking bar known for their slow roasted Sam Bassovich's Croatian Prime Rib and casual ambiance. A colorful local hangout popular with long time expatriates, you won’t find this type of roadhouse anywhere else around Cabo San Lucas. Open 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Calle Cabo San Lucas at Madera, www.micasarestaurant.com.mx
This is a fun, bi-level eatery specializing in traditional Mexican food. Reservations are a must as this place is popular with an atmosphere as vibrant as its decor.
Ristorante, Transpeninsular 6 KM, Misiones Del Cabo, 624-145-8160; www.sunsetmonalisa.com
This cliff-side multi-leveled restaurant has "sunset" in its name for a reason. It's one of the best places for a view of the Sea of Cortez thanks to its multi-level, multiple windowed dining area seating. The food is classic Italian.
Playa El Medano, 624 -143-3464; www.theofficeonthebeach.com
The kind of "office" you wish you had. Here you can dig your toes into the sand while indulging in Baja-style shrimp, tortilla soup, lobster tacos or their famous 16 ounce margarita.
Km 28.5 Tourist Corridor, San Jose del Cabo, 624-172- 6162; www.loscabosguide.com/zippers/index.html
Zipper’s is a laid back, rustic, open-air restaurant with amazing views of Costa Azul beach, one of Cabo's most popular surfing spots. The menu is eclectic Mexican/American dishes, and the bar is complete with giant satellite TVs, though who needs those when you have the sunset?