Where to eat good steak in Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur (USDA approved)

Steakhouses in Cabo San Lucas are big hits as many Americans and tourists are fans of steak when they travel. There is no shortage of steak restaurants in Cabo; most of them are evaluated by highly-skilled USDA meat graders.

steakhouses in cabo san lucas

Regarding fine dining and impressive food quality, Los Cabos is the top destination in Mexico. Our Editors have chosen the best steakhouses in Cabo San Lucas not only the fine dining choices but also street steak finds and Brazilian rodizios.

Plan your trip to Mexico with us! Get expert travel advice and customized trip-planning itinerary from our local experts on the ground.

.

🗺️ Cabo Steakhouses Map

🥩 10 best steakhouses in Cabo San Lucas

Chamuyo

📍 Pescador s/n, El Medano Ejidal
💲 from $25 USD

The Argentines have brought their third branch of Chamuyo steakhouse to Cabo San Lucas with a bigger menu.

steakhouses in cabo san lucas

If you’ve been to Buenos Aires, you probably know how the Argentines are good at grilling their meat. This is one of the best steakhouses in Cabo San Lucas and is on top of our list!

Tomahawk and ribeye are their specialties. These steaks are big and are good for sharing. They have an open kitchen where you will see all the grilling action and they also hold live music every weekend.

#2: JM Italian Steakhouse

📍 Calle Emiliano Zapata entre Hidalgo y Guerrero
💲 from $35 USD

JM Italian Steakhouse is spearheaded by chef Jimmy Maddin who once worked as an Executive Chef at Caesar’s Palace. Now he’s opened his steakhouse in Cabo San Lucas that has an Italian twist.

steakhouses in cabo san lucas

The restaurant ambiance is good for dinners (candle-lit, dark setting). The staff is very attentive and you will often see Jimmy walking around and saying hi to guests. He is really hands-on at JM’s!

JM’s has a lot of wine bottle selections not just from Italy but from Argentina and Mexico as well. Our favorite dish to order here is the surf and turf (US$70) and the slow-roasted prime rib (US$55).

#3: Asador La Tradicion

📍 Miguel Ángel Herrera, Glorieta s/n
💲 from $10 USD

La Tradicion is not your regular steakhouse in Cabo San Lucas because this is a street food stall! This group of Argentines decided to open their steakhouse on the streets of Los Cabos. Go here if you want to have a unique local experience!

steakhouses in cabo san lucas

They do not have tables and chairs as they are only a takeaway place. While waiting for your steaks at La Tradicion, you will also get to see the local life outside of the Cabo tourism circuit. This is a very local neighborhood!

#4: Quivira Steakhouse

📍 Predio Paraíso Escondido S/N Quivira
💲 from $30 USD

A little far from the center is Pueblo Bonito where Quivira Steakhouse is located. Quivira is a private compound with Airbnbs and vacation rental homes. Just in Quivira, there are over 5 restaurants to try!

steakhouses in cabo san lucas

Quivira Steakhouse is facing the ocean and has views of the golf course. The best time to come here is before sunset — sit at the bar for cocktails before ordering your steak dinner. You need to reserve in advance because they prioritize those who are staying within the Quivira compound.

#5: Roasted Grill and Bar

📍 Av. del Pescador s/n
💲 from $25 USD

Local tip: Roasted owns the coolest curbside bar called Cock’s Cantina so before coming here, get some mezcal cocktails at Cock’s! It’s just right next to Roasted!

steakhouses in cabo san lucas

Definitely come to Roasted for their surf and turf which is not only our favorite but is also the most affordable steak option in town. Some surf and turf in other steakhouses in Cabo San Lucas cost over US$100 but at Roasted, you will get a good quality surf and turf for less!

???? Get genuine and honest content like this by subscribing to our newsletter. We send high-quality information once a month. NO SPAM. NEVER.

#6: Latitude

📍 Km.18.5 Carretera Transpeninsular San José-San Lucas
💲 from $30 USD

Located inside Villa La Valencia Resort, Latitude is the new up-and-coming steakhouse in Cabo San Lucas. You can get a reservation here even if you’re not a guest at the resort but make sure to book in advance.

steakhouses in cabo san lucas

There are over 10 different kinds of steaks to choose from at Latitude but our favorites are the cowboy and Tomahawk. For vegetarians, we recommend cauliflower steak (pictured above).

#7: Ardea Steakhouse

📍 Polígono 1. Fracción, Diamante Blvd
💲 from $30 USD

Ardea Steakhouse is located inside the Nobu Hotel at Diamante Cabo San Lucas. They welcome non-guests for dinners with advanced reservations but if you are looking for hotels in Los Cabos, Nobu is a great place to stay!

steakhouses in cabo san lucas

Our favorites at Ardea Steakhouse are the prime Tomahawk beef for 2 people (US$125) and the Flap Meat American Wagyu (US$38). Not feeling steak? Ardea has a long list of pasta options and other Italian dishes, too!

#8: Ruth Chris Steakhouse

📍 Blvd. Lázaro Cárdenas s/n
💲 from $40 USD

Looking for something familiar? There’s a Ruth Chris steakhouse at Cabo San Lucas! It is located at the marina so it won’t be hard to spot. Choose the outdoor dining tables to get fantastic views of the marina!

steakhouses in cabo san lucas

Overall, the food and service are great but sometimes, their steak menu is short. They don’t always have the full list available.

#9: Rodizio Grill

📍 C. Niños Heroes, Downtown, Ildefonso Green
💲 from $25 USD

Like the Argentines, the Brazilians are also well-known for their meat. Rodizio is an all-you-can-eat meat service style popular for Brazilian birthdays and occasions. You pay a fixed price of US$30 (est) and the waiters at a rodizio will serve over 20 different kinds of meat until you say NO.

steakhouses in cabo san lucas

There is a 20% discount for eating all you can from 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM. This is a great and affordable steakhouse option for voracious meat-eaters. Plus you get to live the Brazilian meat culture while in Mexico!

#10: Jack’s Steakhouse

📍 Marina Golden Zone Muelle, B Dock
💲 from $40 USD

Another steakhouse in the Cabo San Lucas Marina, the grill at Jack’s is visible to the people walking by the marina. It’s such a delight to see their meat show!

steakhouses in cabo san lucas

They have over 10 steaks on their menu and they don’t just focus on regular steak styles. They also have an array of Mexican steaks such as arrachera (skirt steak) Mexican style!

⭐ Are steakhouses in Cabo San Lucas expensive?

Steakhouses in Cabo San Lucas are honestly California (USA) prices but a little bit cheaper. By Mexican standard, US$85 steak is expensive but it is affordable for those who are traveling.

steakhouses in cabo san lucas

Expect to pay from US$70 – US$200 for steaks in Cabo San Lucas. A good bottle of red wine that goes with the steak is a little over US$100.

🏆 What is the best steakhouse in Cabo San Lucas?

We vote for Chamuyo as the best steakhouse in Cabo San Lucas. We are fans of Argentina (as we travel consistently to Mendoza and Buenos Aires). Aside from steaks, you can also get other Argentina cuisine stars like choripan and empanadas.

steakhouses in cabo san lucas

JM Steakhouse Cabo is second on the list. Ex Caesar’s Palace Executive Chef Jimmy Maddin is very famous in town for being active at JM’s. He would go around the tables and make you feel at home. People always rave about Jimmy’s hospitality!

All steakhouses in Cabo San Lucas are good but in this article, we ranked them according to what we’ve tried. Here’s the complete list.

🇲🇽 Cabo Travel Guide

  • For thrill-seekers, Cabo’s ATV Adventure is a must. Ride across the desert landscapes for an exciting and unique way to sightsee.
  • Jump in and explore Cabo’s underwater world. See bright fish and beautiful reefs when snorkeling in the clear waters.
  • Relax and enjoy Cabo’s stunning sunset from a cruise. See the changing colors over the sea and coastline! Meals are included in some tours.
  • Cabo’s vibrant nightlife hits the high seas. Join the party boat for a full day of dance, music, and ocean-side revelry. Live it up, Cabo-style!
  • Join a Cabo food tour and unveil Cabo’s rich culinary scene, featuring local cuisines and flavors that are not only delicious but educational.

  • Visit Cabo’s most iconic natural landmark, the Arch of Cabo San Lucas, where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez. Boat tours offer a close-up view of this unique rock formation and the sea lions basking nearby.
  • A must-visit for beach lovers, Medano beach is the main swimming beach in Cabo. Its gentle waves and crystal clear waters are perfect for water sports, while beachside eateries serve up local flavors.”
  • Go on a leisurely walk or boat ride to Land’s End. This captivating landscape includes dramatic cliffs, hidden beaches, and panoramic ocean views, ending at El Arco.”
  • A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Cabo Pulmo is home to one of the oldest living reefs. Snorkeling and diving here offer an extraordinary glimpse into vibrant marine life.”
  • Explore the vibrant art scene of the nearby town, San José del Cabo. This weekly art walk showcases a variety of galleries, with local artists often present to discuss their work.”

  • Experience luxury at Villa La Valencia, offering stunning ocean views and state-of-the-art amenities. This resort combines comfort and style, with spacious suites, pools, and on-site dining, for an unforgettable stay in Cabo.”
  • Perfect for travelers wanting to be at the heart of the action, Medano Suites provides modern comfort steps away from Medano Beach. Each suite is fully equipped, offering a homely setting with the convenience of nearby eateries and nightlife.”
  • Nestled in Cabo’s marina, Hotel Tesoro combines charm and value. Its comfortable rooms, outdoor pool, and easy access to local attractions offer a welcoming base for exploring the best of Cabo.”
  • Cabo San Lucas is a resort city, so you may consider booking an all-inclusive resort. Some of them also have a la carte options.

  • Cock’s Cantina: This lively bar in Cabo’s downtown offers an array of drinks and classic Mexican eats. With its friendly atmosphere and live music, Cock’s Cantina ensures a fun-filled night.”
  • Rooftop 360: Offering stunning panoramic views of Cabo, Rooftop 360 is a perfect spot for cocktails at sunset. Their menu features a blend of international dishes and creative drinks.”
  • Pancho’s Restaurant: A classic spot for traditional Mexican cuisine. Pancho’s Restaurant serves a variety of flavorful dishes and boasts one of the largest tequila collections in Cabo.”
  • Mi Casa: With its colorful décor and vibrant ambiance, Mi Casa provides a truly authentic Mexican dining experience. Their extensive menu offers regional favorites and house specialties.”
  • Chamuyo: This Argentine steakhouse is known for its quality cuts of meat and cozy atmosphere. Chamuyo is a top choice for those looking for a hearty meal in a warm, rustic setting.”
  • Funky Geisha: A fusion of Japanese and Mexican culinary traditions, Funky Geisha offers an exciting menu of sushi rolls, tacos, and teppanyaki. Its modern, stylish décor complements its innovative cuisine.”

  • Plaza Artesanos: A true gem for unique handcrafted souvenirs, Plaza Artesanos hosts over 100 vendors offering a variety of local crafts, from ceramics and leather goods to silver jewelry and traditional textiles.
  • Luxury Avenue Boutique Mall: For high-end souvenirs and designer brands, head to this exclusive shopping mall. Besides international luxury brands, you’ll also find Mexican designers, adding a local twist to your shopping spree.”
  • Puerto Paraiso Mall: Located in the heart of Cabo San Lucas, this sprawling shopping complex is home to a mix of international and local shops. Pick up traditional souvenirs, beachwear, or local art to remember your Cabo trip.

  • Cabo San Lucas is a walkable town. You don’t need any mode of transportation while there, especially if you are staying in the center. You must take an airport taxi service from San Jose del Cabo Airport, and that’s about it!
  • If you plan to drive around Cabo area or to nearby towns, a rental car is highly recommended when visiting Los Cabos.

  • You need travel insurance to Mexico! Ekta Traveling is the recommended insurance (for travelers ages 2 months to 100 years old).

Similar Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.