Day Trip to Todos Santos - The Best of the Best
Oystera - Best Brunch
You wouldn’t think it, but the best brunch in town comes from an oyster bar. Chef Poncho Cadena is a fourth-generation chef specializing in Mexican and French cuisine with various influences. The place is known for its creative cuisine. We recommend beet salad, oysters Rockefeller, and of course, oysters. They not only have delicious food but also chic decor and ambiance.
Rancho Corazon - Best Place to Spend the Day
A five-minute walk away from downtown Todos Santos, Rancho Corazon counts with 2 restaurants, a heated infinity pool, a corral, a store, and several event spaces. The might be the perfect place for your destination wedding! The service is spectacular; the place itself, dreamlike; the vibe, immaculate.
La Garita - Best Authentic Baja Food
The place might not much like much, but the food is top notch. If you’re looking for authentic Mexican food, this is the spot to go. They offer traditional breakfast options, like burritos de machaca. Their coffee, and strawberries with cream come very recommended.
Tequila’s Sunrise Bar & Grill - Best Margaritas
A trip to Mexico is just not complete without margaritas. They have all flavors you could imagine, we recommend Chile Serrano, La Damiana, and Pomegranate. Watch out: They are cash only.
Doce Cuarenta - Best Coffee and Pastries
We’ve mentioned Doce Cuarenta in our Best Coffees in Cabo post. They also have a location in Todos Santos, so it just had to be our top pick to get a coffee. Reminder: their iced Vanilla Chai is perfection.
La Copa Cocina in Todos Santos Inn - Best Drinks and Music
This place is so amazing, it’s even mentioned in Goop. The hotel was built in the 1800s for a sugar baron, so it still holds the ambiance of an hacienda. Enjoy a night out, with the best mixology in town. They are temporarily closed (updated November 27th), but we’re patiently waiting for their doors to open back up and visit them once again.
Jazamango - Best Dinner
Farm-to-table experience curated by renowned Mexican Chef, Javier Plascencia. They have amazing meals that come straight from their garden, like Burrata Salad, Hummus, Zucchini Carpaccio, and more. But the real stars of the show are their main dishes. The Roasted Cauliflower is simply to die for; the braised beef short ribs, fall off the bone; and the Ribeye Prime, cooked to perfection and served with a side of scalloped potatoes. A real must-try while you’re in town.
Hotel California - Best Photo Op
This is a true can’t miss! Everyone has heard the song by the Eagles, but not many know that it’s based on a real place! Stop by, stroll around; the sights are cute, and snap a couple of pics.
Bésame Mucho Bazaar - Best Shopping
They just celebrated their 6th anniversary November 3rd! They have the most amazing jewelry, home section, mystic tchotchkes, clothes, and most anything you could want. You’re sure to find a souvenir for everyone on your list here, especially free spirits.