After the Great Bisbee’s Fishing Tournament, the TOP CHEF arrives in Los Cabos to give the boost to the recovery phase after the pandemic, placing Los Cabos again in one of the best places to vacation and have an incredible time.
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A few years ago, a local Cabo San Lucas writer said that, ”Valentine’s Day romance, in and of itself, has become a specialty in Los Cabos.” The natural beauty of this Southern Baja California Region, along with its wonderful, warm beaches and iconic Land’s End Arch rock formation, all make for an alluring, serene, romantic vacation getaway. Magical, and memorable evenings of love by the sea, have grown steadily over the years.The Valentines name dates back to the Christian priest who defied Roman Emperor Claudius II (AD 268-270) decree that no young man of fighting age could be married so they could focus on the task of being soldiers. St. Valentine broke that edict by marrying them in secret. When this clandestine activity was discovered by Claudius, St. Valentine was jailed and ultimately killed on February 14 for the treasonous action of converting men to Christianity.
While imprisoned, St. Valentine continued his ministry of the Gospel of Christ to everyone he could, including his jailers. One of the Roman guards watching over the bold priest is said to have asked St. Valentine to pray for his blind, adopted daughter. After the girl had been healed, she received a signed, hand delivered note from her jailer father ”on the down low” which read, ”From your Valentine.”
The modern tradition of exchanging love-proclaiming cards or mushy love notes now consists of people ”openly” giving their loved ones, the chocolates and flowers associated with February 14, St. Valentine’s Day. A date which has immortalized a man of the cloth who encouraged others to recognize the truly unselfish love of Christ and his servant apostles who died so the Gospel of the Lord could be spread unto the non-Christian masses.
One Mexican tradition that has been seemingly lost over the years, amidst the romantic wave of these modern cyberspace dominated times, is the old wooing and courting best symbolized with an old-school Mariachi song. Rarely is anyone spotted serenading their loved one with guitar in hand, or at least having someone sing and play nearby, while he proclaims his undying love.
But there’s no denying in this modern era of speed dating, online social networks and dating apps, that Los Cabos is one very cool place to spend your Valentine’s Day with that special someone and soak in the wonderfully unique aspects of what makes this Baja California resort, a romantic paradise. Not only falling further in love with your soul-mate, but also with the romantic City of Cabo itself. When it comes to celebrating Valentines Day in Los Cabos, most single visitors have plenty of places to choose from, during Cupid’s celebration of love. In San Lucas, tourists can meander on over to Medano Beachand partake in all the wild festivities that have made the Mango Deck barso popular. The multitude of attractive bikini clad females and handsome shirtless men that occupy any of the four beach-front bars of Medano Beach during the afternoons of either Mango Deck, The Office, Billygan’sor Baja Cantina, are reason enough that available singles will have the time of their lives on Valentine’s Day in San Lucas.
In the Colonial downtown area of SJDC, the live music scene comes to life at places like the Tropicana Restaurant and Cantina, where there are men and women aplenty every weekend, dancing away to cumbia, salsa, and meringue; which they also do at nearby, Don Sanchez Cantina and a nightclub called Ya ya ya. Not far from there, is Baja Brewing Company, which offers home made micro beers of light to amber dark flavors, featuring live bands playing classic rock and roll music, and is found down the street and around the corner from the city’s landmark Catholic Church.
Pez Gato Don’t skip the “Valentine’s Love Cruise” this next February 14 from 5:00 p.m. on board Catfish ⛵️. 2-hour tour, $ 500 pesos per adult, includes open bar and lots of fun. Event presented by GAYCABO 🏳️🌈 Reservations by phone (624) 143.37.97 #PezGato #Valentineslovecruise
The Caborey experience on a magical night, with the best atmosphere of Los Cabos and the most romantic view of the bay. Package 1, Includes: 3-course dinner, open bar, home show, 2 ½ hours of walk in the bay, live music.$ 2500 pesos per coupleDinner options:• FETUCCINI WITH SHRIMPS• STUFFED CHICKEN BREAST Package 2: Fajitas Buffet Dinner, Open Bar, 2 ½ hours of walk in the bay, live music.$ 1400 pesos per couple RESERVATIONS AT 143 80 60
Let’s celebrate the life in company of that special person with a great night full of music and an exquisite selection of dishes by our chef.Live piano music 19:00 – 22:00 hrs20% Discount to Los Cabos residentstaxes included, gratitude non included.We recommend booking through any of these optionsOpentable / cafedesartistes.com / email@example.com
Not very many Mexicans in Los Cabos, Baja California Sur nor The Republic of Mexico used to celebrate Christmas in the traditional American sense, but slowly, over the past decade, Christmas trees have found their way into Mexican homes; in which families have come to embrace the celebration with the birth of Christ with gift wrapped presents placed under the tree.
On Saturday, December 21, 2019, Cabo Blue sailing boat charter tours offers an ocean Sea of Cortez cruise parade that takes place between 5:00 PM – 7:30 PM, and includes drinks and food. On Christmas Day Wednesday, December 25, Flora Farms in San Jose del Cabo, hosts a Christmas Brunch that takes place between the hours of 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM. For a table or seat please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Christmas and New Years, between December 16, 2019 and January 15, 2020, The Viceroy Hotel Los Cabos, is offering an open to the public ice skating rink on their synthetic ice, from the hours of 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM and 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM. This year also celebrates the 3rd Annual delivery of presents and donations to the children that reside in the impoverished Cabo San Lucas Gastelum community. Sano Plate by Stephanie Mirich are fellow organizers traditionally designate a drop off spot for toys and donations between the dates of December 7th – December 21st. People are also encouraged to donate money towards this noteworthy cause if they don’t have time to shop.
Last year, organizers were able to raise enough money and donations to ensure that every child walked away with toys from Santa Claus.
Organizers also emphasize that toys do not even have to be brand new, and the group will gladly accept slightly used toys and clothes for young children, older kids and teens and adults. For monetary donations please contact Stephanie Mirich via Facebook. Organizers deliver all donations on Christmas Eve afternoon at 3:00 PM. Individuals and their families are also invited to attend the toys and gifts delivery day, and bask in a heart warming and humbling experience.
¡Feliz Navidad! On Tuesday, December 24th, from 6:30 pm – 10:30 pm, Casa Calavera will be hosting a very special dinner celebration for Noche Buena, or, Christmas Eve. To reserve ahead or request more info, call us at +52 624 104 9744 (MX) or make a reservation at bit.ly/CasaCalaveraNocheBuena
Celebrate Christmas Eve & Christmas Day at Serrano Style with special three courses menu paired with mexican wine 🍷🎶 and live music. Celebrate Christmas Eve and Christmas in the style of Cabo # 1 over 1012 Restaurants in Cabo, we will have pairing with * Craft Beer * with * Mexican Wine * and * Traditional Christmas Mixology * for only 240 pesos more!
Tis the season to be Jolly!! Join us this December 24th for our traditional Christmas Toast!! Enjoy our delicious traditional menu all day long, complimentary toast champagne and appetizers from 7 to 8 pm and amazing live Christmas Carols from 7 to 9 with Ricardo Espinosa!! Merry Christmas!!
Come and celebrate with us at Christmas Dinner this December 24 from 7 pm and until 12 am. Enjoy a Christmas Buffet, Domestic Open Bar & Live Music for $40 usd per adult and $20 usd per child from 6 to 11 years. Book Now! 🎄🍽️🍷
Celebrate your Inn with us at DOÑA GLORIA By Mama’s Roya Cafe !! We offer you the best packages for that special celebration !! Set aside your date with time. (Prices per Person, restrictions apply) Reports and Reservations at Cel. 624 1263709 Located in Miguel Hidalgo Street between Madero and Emiliano Zapata in the Center of Cabo San Lucas.
Share with family and friends a delicious dinner at Café des Artistes and discover a selection of delicacies surrounded by a warm atmosphere. We have children and veggie menus. Live Piano Music 19:00 – 22:00hrs $108 usd per person. The Price included 4 courses dinner. Taxes Included. Gratitude non included. We recommend booking through any of these options: • Opentable: goo.gl/Q49v0G • www.cafedesartistescabos.com/ • email@example.com
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.
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.
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: goo.gl/Q49v0G • www.cafedesartistescabos.com/ • firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
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!!
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.
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.