Thanksgiving Day in Los Cabos

Happy Thanksgiving Day in Los Cabos!

During Thanksgiving week in Mexico, November the 20th, is recognized as a National Holiday with the traditional closing of banks and government offices. The date holds a special place in every Mexican’s heart as the beginning of the Mexican Revolution of 1910 in which the poorest of people rose up and took arms against the 34 year reign of corruption and subjugation under the the rule of Dictator/President, Porfirio Diaz; who was in power from 1876 to 1910.

Diaz used his paramilitary army of Rurales, to keep order in the country side, while fixing elections and having all opposition jailed or executed at the hands of his Federales, claiming that Mexico was not ready to rule itself and that only he knew what was best for the country; enforcing his beliefs with a strong and blood-tainted hand. During this time of his presidency, the wealthy stayed rich and got richer while the poor remained as poor as before, if not worse.

Francisco I. Madero, Pancho Villa and Emiliano Zapata are the three most famous figures associated with Mexican history as the core group of men who went on to launch the ultimate rebellion against Díaz, known as the Mexican Revolution; also poetically referred to as, ”The Wind That Swept Mexico”. The Civil Revolution of Mexico lasted from November 20, 1910 and remained a decade long struggle for equal rights and freedom, ending in 1920. This armed conflict is often categorized as the most important socio-political event in the country of Mexico and one of the greatest upheavals of the 20th century. The end result being, the Mexican Constitution of 1917 at the expense of over one million lives.

And Thanksgiving is also major ordeal in Los Cabos, where many local restaurants offer delicious turkey dinners with all the fixings, most of them priced at between $25 – $40 US dollars per person. Solomon’s Landing Restaurant has traditionally hosted a Thanksgiving Day dinner event as have other restaurants along the marina and in downtown Cabo San Lucas. Thanksgiving is also a time when many visitors prefer to spend the holidays here rather than back home. Many of which make an annual return visit to Cabo every Thanksgiving. Cabo San Lucas also holds an annual 5K Turkey Trot road race in which the Top 3 in every age category receive free turkeys. The 3 mile race begins at Plaza Amelia Wilkes and winds its way up towards the new El Comer shopping center, where the finish line ends at the junior high school located directly behind El Comer.

Pitahayas Restaurant

Join us with all your family and friends on this day of celebration  Book now

$ 1,100 MXN Adults
$ 560 MXN Children under 12 years


Mi Casa Restaurant

Join us for Thanksgiving celebration with family and friends.

Regular menu + specials of the day

For more information and reservations please contact
(624) 143.1933

Pancho’s Restaurant

Big promotion
Book with us before November 18 and receive a 20% discount on your dinner when paying in cash

Cafe des Artistes

On this special day we invite you to share with family and friends a dinner full of flavors in which our famous “Quinoa Stuffed Turkey” will be the protagonist.
$80 usd per person. The Price included 4 courses tasting dinner. Taxes Included. Gratitude non included.
We recommend booking through any of these options:
• Opentable:
For any questions please contact to María de Carmen at Café des Artistes at 01 624 163 7600 Ext.2213 from 15:00 to 22:00hrs.

District Mx

It’s the season to be grateful!! Join us this November 28th for a special night to celebrate Thanksgiving. Enjoy our delicious special menu featuring Roasted Wild Mushroom Soup, our traditional Turkey and Stuffing, Pumpkin Pie and much more!! Order to go in advance to enjoy the District magic from the comfort of your home!!

Dennis Catering

Jack’s Steak House

Baja Lobster Co.

Los Deseos

Halloween in Cabo San Lucas

Halloween In Cabo San Lucas

Cabo San Lucas, Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, México.

The Halloween night celebration in Cabo San Lucas, does not involve parents walking their costume-wearing children through the various nearby neighborhood streets of their home; going door to door and saying that historically American traditional phrase every candy-loving kid knows by heart, ”Trick or Treat”, as they hold out their bags, buckets, and/or pillow cases as they strive to fill them up with as many sweets as possible.

Instead, a constant flow of moms, and dads and their little muchachitos and muchahtitas (young boys and girls) converge on the downtown streets of San Lucas and go door to door to as many small businesses who have made this festive street party an unforgettable Cabo San Lucas tradition. Instead of Trick or Treat, the thousands of happy young children of Cabo annually say “Happy Halloween” or just simply ”Halloween”, as they extend their bag, bucket or pillow case; eagerly awaiting their candy.

Owner of Cabo Cantina, Don Weis, originally from the Northern California San Francisco Bay Area, has by far set the highest bar in celebrating Halloween with the Cabo San Lucas locals as both he and his staff, along with several volunteers, hand out several pounds of candy year after frighteningly fun year.  General Manager Maddie Corona has coordinated an assembly-line of several six foot tables that begin several feet from the street level entrance to Cabo Cantina, in which volunteers; dressed in costume, hand out candy to the hundreds upon hundreds of children that are fortunate enough to cash in on the candy giving bounty the charitable owner Don Weis, and his enthusiastic staff and volunteer friends happily gives out year after year.

Nearby Tanga Tanga Sports Bar, has also been a generous candy giving contributor that has become the downtown Cabo San Lucas Halloween spectacle. The very street along Marina Boulevard are closed to traffic on Halloween night as parents and their children enjoy the freedom of roaming along the busy thoroughfare, safely taking their children from business to business, “Trick or Treating” or in Southern Baja California Mexico’s case, “Happy Halloweening”.

Casa Dorada

Come to the most terrifying party in all of Cabo!
This October 31 enjoy our Halloween Party with a terrifying Buffet, a spooky Open Bar, Live Music with VLA LATIN PARTY and a scary Costume contest with prize for the first 3 places. All for $33 usd per adult and $16 usd for children 6 to 11 years. Book Now!


Country Club

Prepare your best costume to attend the Halloween Night Driving Range !
A spooky, fun and familiar night inside Cabo San Lucas Country Club.
Can you imagine anything more fun than practicing Golf in the only night camp in Cabo San Lucas on Halloween ?
– Spooky and delicious welcome cocktail for all disguised adults !
-Special promotions on food, drinks and golf balls packages at 

#VIVA restaurant.


Join the Sexiest Halloween Party at SPLASH Cabaret & Gentlemen’s Club & SKYBAR
Halloween is not for Kids anymore!!
Our stunning artists will bring out the devil in the Sexiest and Scariest night in all of Cabo San Lucas. while you enjoy our great selection of premium cocktails, and dancing all night long.
Landline.- 624-143-4058
Whatsapp.- 624-151-9053
Located directly in front of Cabo Wabo in Cabo San Lucas, Baja, Mexico
Visit and LIKE our Facebook Page at:
#halloween #scary #sexy #Cabo #Splash #Skybar #Nightlife #ShowGirls #CaboSanLucas #LosCabos #VipService#CaboWabo #Baja #CaboGirls #Vacation #Drinks #Vip

District Mx

Trick or beer!!
Join us this October 26th to enjoy Halloween bash with special cocktails, the best music by DJ Max, the coldest beer in the Baja and a spectacular costume contest to win amazing prizes!!

Fantasy Poker night is back at District this Saturday October 26th in benefit of Los Cabos Children’s Foundation!!
Buy in will start at $65 USD. Includes dinner and one house drinkl!!
Rebuys at $50 USD and Add On $50USD.
Registration will be from 6:00 to 7:00.
Amazing prices and raffles to win Dinners at District, Dinners at Osteria, Horseback riding at Cuadra San Francisco and more!!

Wild Canyon

Hallo-wildly delicious! Purchase an adventure through our website and get a complete meal from our Lion’s Den Restaurant 


Día de Muertos in Los Cabos

Día de Muertos in Los Cabos

Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, México.

Dia de Los Muertos is Mexico’s national holiday which personifies the celebration by families and friends to remember loved ones who have passed away and commemorate their lives in prayer and party and is most commonly recognized by the painted skulls which symbolize its importance to the history and traditions of Mexican culture. Throughout most of the Republic of Mexico, November 1 is a day set aside to honor children and infants, (Día de los Inocentes and Día de los Angelitos), whereas deceased adults are honored on November 2 (“Day of the Dead”).

During these 2 to 4 days long festivities, Mexican citizens here and on American soil go to cemeteries, building private altars containing photos, foods and memorabilia, of the dearly departed and often times will take to cleaning and decorating the grave-sites with offerings which include orange Mexican marigolds called cempasúchil (An Aztec Nahuatl term for “twenty flowers”).

The Department of Culture (Departamento de Cultura in San Jose del Cabo) first organized and incorporated an Altar Contest in 2009 and an artistic festival for Day of the Dead in San Jose’s main square.

Halloween weekend as everyone considers it now, is filled with costume contest events in San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo complete with fun drink specials. Some of the more popular establishments like Mandala, Baja Junkie and Squid Roe have something planned for the holiday year after year.

“It’s a unique Mexican event that truly captures the spirit of the country, ” noted Pahko Moreno, a graphics design artist. “I think it’s the one holiday that has given fame and popularity to skeletons and the way they’re represented in humorous ways makes it a fun time in Mexico.”

By Fernando Rodriguez

Pez Gato Dia de Muertos

Pez Gato Amazing Adventures

This year we will celebrate the Day of the Dead with a special event for the whole family on the high seas!
Saturday, November 2.
5:00 p.m. – 7:30 pm.
Tour The tour includes premium open bar and buffet dinner.
Remember to ask for the special price for premises at 1433797.


Serrano wine “Seafood & Grill

Celebra el dia de los Muertos en Serrano con un exquisito menú de 4 tiempos  magistralmente maridado con vinos Mexicanos, Musica en vivo  y mucha cultura!!
Menu 749 pesos y con Vino 1099 pesos
Ven caracterizado y obtén el 15% de descuento

Menú Día de Muertos
Cubos de tomate y queso bañados al pesto sobre croton
Receta original de Mixquic al estilo Serrano
Perfecto Rib Eye marmoleado, tuetano, camarón al ajillo y puré rústico de papa
Pan a la canela , compota Merlot y helado de vainilla
Con Vino Mexicano
Con Cerveza Artesanal Mexicana



The Day of the Dead (el Día de los Muertos), is a Mexican holiday where families welcome back the souls of their deceased relatives for a brief reunion that includes food, drink and celebration. A blend of Mesoamerican ritual, European religion and Spanish culture, the holiday is celebrated each year from October 31- November 2. While October 31 is Halloween, November 1 is “el Dia de los innocents,” or the day of the children, and All Saints Day. November 2 is All Souls Day or the Day of the Dead. According to tradition, the gates of heaven are opened at midnight on October 31 and the spirits of children can rejoin their families for 24 hours. The spirits of adults can do the same on November 2.

Omnia DayClub

A special Feel Good Fridays event in honor of Day of the Dead. Sign up for the guestlist and reserve tables at

Omnia DayClub

Celebrate Día de Los Muertos at Casa Calavera on November 2nd, featuring an open bar, traditional family-style Mexican cuisine, a broadcast of the Canelo Alvarez vs Sergey Kovalev fight, and a special menu sponsored by Tequila Avion. To reserve ahead, head to

Viva Mexico in Los Cabos!

Viva Mexico in Los Cabos

Viva Mexico in Los Cabos!

In Mexico, the date of September 16 is best known as El Grito de Dolores (“The Cry of Dolores”) or an event  best recognized as the “Cry for Independence”). The now famous words uttered from the small town of Dolores, near Guanajuato on September 16, 1810,  marks the beginning of the Mexican War of Independence and is the most important national holiday observed in Mexico. The “Grito” was the proclamation of the Mexican War of Independence by Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, a Roman Catholic priest.

Hidalgo and several working class peasants  were involved in a planned revolt against the Spanish colonial government, when several protesting organizers were betrayed. Fearing his arrest, Hidalgo commanded his brother Mauricio, as well as Ignacio Allende and Mariano Abasolo to go with a number of other armed men to make the sheriff release the pro-independence inmates on the night of  September 15. They managed to set eighty of them free. Around 6:00 am September 16, 1810, Hidalgo ordered the church bells to be rung and gathered his congregation. Flanked by Allende and Juan Aldama, he addressed the people in front of his church, encouraging them to revolt.

The Battle of Guanajuato, was  the first major engagement of the insurgency that occurred four days later. Mexico’s independence would not be effectively declared from Spain in the Declaration of Independence by the Mexican Empire until September 27, 1821, after a decade of war.

Each year on the night of September 15 at around eleven in the evening, the President of Mexico rings the bell of the National Palace in Mexico City. After the ringing of the bell, he repeats a cry of patriotism (a Grito Mexicano) based upon the “Grito de Dolores”, with the names of the important heroes of the Mexican War of Independence and ending with the threefold shout of ¡Viva México! from the balcony of the palace to the assembled crowd in the Plaza de la Constitución, (or Zócalo), one of the largest public plazas in the world. A similar celebration occurs in cities and towns all over Mexico, and this area is no different as Cabo San Lucas holds their annual celebration at the Municipal Sports Complex on the outskirts town known as Delegacion, while in San Jose del Cabo, the party is held at the plaza in front of the Catholic Church of the city’s central art district.

A festive day marked by parades, patriotic programs, drum and bugle and youth marching band competitions as well as the long-standing Mexican tradition of beer and alcohol consumption. And like  similar federal holidays in the U.S. when Mexicans work on September 16 they receive double their hourly wage and sometimes triple their pay depending on what day the historic Mexican Independence celebration falls. Flags are for sale in abundance beginning in August and the national pride amongst its citizens reach an all time fervor and the words “Viva Mexico” take on an added sense of happiness and camaraderie.

By Fernando Rodriguez

District Mx

Ven a District éste 15 de septiembre y acompáñanos a celebrar la Independencia de nuestro hermoso y querido México!!
Disfruta un shot de tequila de bienvenida y 2×1 en Margaritas y Palomas!!
Además prueba todos especiales y deliciosos tacos!! Viva México!!
Viva Mexico in Los Cabos

Fisherman’s Landing

15 Y 16 de Septiembre!!!… Vas a dar EL GRITO!!!…Viva México!!!…
Tradicional Chile En Nogada…Fisherman’s Landing es para ti…La Mejor Locación De La Marina
Reservaciones 624 143 7275
Viva Mexico in Los Cabos

Cafe des Artistes

Este 15 de Septiembre el primer trago de Herradura Ultra va por nuestra cuenta.
This September 15th the first drink of Herradura Ultra is free. Reservations: Opentable:
Viva Mexico in Los Cabos

Casa Dorada

¡Fiesta Mexicana!
Come with us to the best Independence Day Party!
On September 15th enjoy with Mexican Buffet & Domestic Open Bar, Live Music, Mariachi, Salsa Singers and Family Games. From 7 pm. to 12 am. For $600 MXN per person. Book Now!     #HolaCabo#FiestaMexicana
Viva Mexico in Los Cabos

Viva Restaurant!

#VIVAMéxico and its Tequila !
Throughout the month of September enjoy our Tequila and its Cocktails with our 2×1 special promotion, SALUD!
-Ask for participating brand.
-Valid from Monday to Saturday from 2 to 8 pm, Sundays from 2 to 6 pm.
-Promo valid only accompanied by food.
#VIVARestaurant #ExperienciaCountryClub #VIVAMéxico #CaboSanLucas
Viva Mexico in Los Cabos

Agua Salada

On Thursdays we celebrate the birthday of the month! 
If you turn SEPTEMBER, come and celebrate, we put the bottle while enjoying a delicious lunch or dinner  with your friends.

Book 624144 4665
We open at 2pm.

Valid only on Thursdays.
Valid showing ID
Valid at tables of 4 people or more.
Valid only with food.
Valid before 10pm.
The bottle must be consumed inside AS.
Viva Mexico in Los Cabos

Mi Casa Restaurant

We welcome the Mexican month, let’s enjoy together the flavor, color, and party at Mi Casa Restaurant. 
 Cabo San Lucas
 624 14 31933
Viva Mexico in Los Cabos

#AuthenticMexican #MiCasaRestaurant #Mexico #MiCasaTuCasa
#RestauranteMexicano #SaboresQueEnamoran #LosCabosToday

Wild Cabo Tours

Fiestas patrias al estilo #WildCaboTours. Te esperamos!
Viva Mexico in Los Cabos

Omnia Los Cabos

Doors open at 11:30am. For tickets and tables, visit
Viva Mexico in Los Cabos

Hacienda Encantada

¡Viva México!
Acompáñanos a celebra nuestras Fiestas Patrias este 15 de Septiembre a las 7:00 pm en La Vista de la Hacienda.
Ven a disfrutar una deliciosa Cena Buffet con la mejor vista, y vive una noche mexicana llena de alegría, colores mexicanos y música en vivo: Mariachi y Ballet Folklórico. Además de artesanías y piñatas para celebrar nuestro espíritu mexicano!
Precio: $850 MXN
20% de descuento para locales

POSTER FDM 2019-ch-ing

Music Festival 2019 Press Conference – Squid Roe.

Cabo San Lucas, Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, México.

The Saturday, June 22, 2019, San Jose del Cabo 11th Annual Festival of Music, press release at Squid Roe, announced that the gowing music party is more popular than the one celebrated the same date as the festivities in Guadalajara. Musician’s and groups participating in this year’s edition include bands and performers from Mexico City, and Colombia.

When the SJDC event started in 2009, there were 300 people listening to 14 bands. By 2012, those numbers jumped to an attendance of 7,000 locals and a then-record 60 bands in 2012. In 2016, the attending crowd rose to 10,000 peope and the number of bands and musicians reached an all-time high, 160 live bands. The SJDC Music Festival is by far the summer’s most popular event. A remarkable night of music that begins at 5:00 PM and ends at 1:00 AM.

The world-wide global celebration of music was an idea that began a half decade as a single celebration of music. A day in which musicians perform passionately at the various streets that wind through their respective communities. A day to share their vocal, guitar, drum, flute, saxophone, keyboard and bass playing talents.

The event’s organizing committee have seen this unique and special event, grow every year since it first began. It is justifiably considered the largest live band celebration of music in the world. The international music festival’s roots date back to the 1982 gala in France.

The Music Festival that begins at 5:00 pm is a free event; celebrating music in all its different styles. It is a memorable event that happens simultaneously worldwide in 120 countries that include Paris Italy, Rio de Janiero Brazil, Dublin Ireland, Madrid Spain, Quebec Canada, New York New York, Denver Colorado, South Africa, Australia, Paraguay, and India. In Mexico, the event is held in the national cities of San Luis, Potosi; Mexico City, Guadalajara, and San Jose del Cabo.

June 21st was chosen as the festival’s event date because it is the summer solstice day in the northern hemisphere. A date joined by 120 countries sharing in the appreciation and celebration of music and it’s daily impact in the livelihood of everyone inhabiting this rich and diverse planet. There will be music from different genres, in both Spanish and English languages, and there will be musicians of every level; amateur, beginner, and professional.

Everything from Mariachi, banda, salsa, jazz, funk, and good old rock and roll. Audiences at this festival have walked away completely happy and satisfied during the past three years.

Conferencia de prensa fiesta de la musica 2019

The press conference was held thanks to Cultural Promoter VIVARTE A.C. and H. XIII City Hall of Los Cabos through the Institute of Cultura y Arte.