The dining possibilities in La Paz are endless. Restaurants specialize in dishes from the sea but offer a range of delicious experiences from regional food to international cuisine, including fine cuts of meat, Italian, sushi and vegan dishes. Whatever you prefer, we are sure you will enjoy delicious food and excellent service in La Paz.
Chocolate clams, fish tacos, ceviche, and lobster can be found on the menus of local, national and international restaurants. However, don’t miss the delicious fresh seafood in traditional booths on the boardwalk, in addition to hot-dogs.
New restaurants in La Paz
The name of this contemporary Mexican restaurant means to give life. The menus are developed according to available local and regional products. The resulting seasonal dishes represent the essence of the restaurant.
The mixology of the restaurant is quite inventive. A variety of beverages are blended to create new and tasty cocktails. In addition, national and international wine labels are thoughtfully paired to satisfy almost any palate.
Quinta La Peregrina
Serving Sudcalifornian cuisine with a contemporary touch, La Peregrina offers local seasonal products on a menu that revives the typical recipes of the ranches and rural communities. There are private rooms, an outdoor patio, a children’s lounge and a bar where you can watch your favorite sports.
The mainly wood-fired kitchen cooks up a variety of dishes from fine cuts of meat and grilled fish to pizzas and baked pork.
Hambrusia Taco Bar was intentionally created to highlight the new cuisine of Sudcalifornia through the most emblematic dish of Mexico – the taco. A proposal that unites us with the global environment. All the tacos are unique compositions that bring elements together to create delicious flavors that are different from the traditional taqueria.
Jazamango Restaurant in Todos Santos is a paradise of organic food. The dishes are either made with local produce or harvested from or own garden.
The Mirador Restaurant in Todos Santos presents an exquisite South California cuisine with a Mediterranean influence and features the catch of the day from the Punta Lobos coast.
Hierbabuena is a restaurant and vegetable garden in the town of El Pescadero. The menu is based on the harvest of the day from the current season. The colors, the aromatic herbs and the authentic flavors are a delight for visitors and a culinary experience.
La Casita Tapas & Wine Bar in Todos Santos and La Paz is a casual, comfortable, farm-to-table restaurant. Both locations offer a unique dining experience.
Festivals are important events in the capital of South California. About 100 restaurant companies in the five municipalities of Baja California Sur participate as well as the National Chamber of the Restaurant of Food and Condiment Foods (CANIRAC), beer, tequila and wine companies. Each donate dishes that range from Mexican to international and includes seafood and premium cuts of meat. The main purpose is to raise funds for the DIF, the Red Cross and two non-profit associations in La Paz.
- Gastrovino Baja Food & Wine Festival, Todos Santos
The most important gastronomic event in the region offers guests a delicious sample of local flavors and becomes a multisensory tour of the town with delicious dishes paired with the wines of the region.
- BajaMed Cooking Festival, Todos Santos
The festival is presented by Guaycura Boutique Hotel & Spa. Diners delight their palates with wine pairings at the El Faro Beach Club & Spa accompanied by live music. BAJAMED is a culinary experience that fuses Mexican and Mediterranean cuisine and Asian influences.
- Mango Festival, Todos Santos
This very popular event in Murcia makes the most of the relaxed vibe of this magical town. Completely comfortable! Rides and traditional fair games arrive for three days. You can learn to make mangate and have the opportunity to try various mango-based recipes offered by regional restaurants.
- Gastronomy Festival, El Triunfo
The El Minero restaurant serves as the festival venue. Part of the activities includes seafood dishes and local offerings. South American, national and international wines are also featured. There’s live music, too.
Proceeds from the event go to preserving the identity of El Triunfo, in addition to adding quality entertainment that benefits South Californians by improving tourism in every corner of the state. The festival is supported by the Ministry of Tourism, Economy and Sustainability and the restaurant industry of La Paz and Los Cabos.