Inspired by Baja’s Valle de Guadalupe where the chef first made a name for himself, Roberto Alcocer’s cuisine at the new Valle in Oceanside is intensely farm-to-table. It is uniquely Mexican, distinctly Californian and not always what it appears to be.
Mexican cuisine in Los Cabos has for decades been defined by steak and lobster. If not for the accompanying margaritas and periodic mariachi, one might have easily forgotten they were in Mexico. But that's changing. These are the restaurants redefining what it means to eat Mexican food in Los Cabos.
Thompson Hotels' first foray into Mexico, The Cape Hotel opened several years ago at the southern edge of the tourist corridor that connects Cabo San Lucas on the south with San Jose del Cabo to the north. This is where the Pacific merges with the Sea of Cortés. A bargain for Los Cabos, this is a fun, sexy hotel.