Hola people! I’m freezing cold back home in Chicago right now sitting next to my space heater, so I thought I’d type up a post to reminisce on the last two weeks and share all the info on the swimwear + beachwear I posted on my Instagram. And for all of you who e-mailed about your upcoming trips to Cabo – I’m giving my recommendations for our favorite spots to eat. Like I said in my last post, we’ve been vacationing there for the past 12 years (!!) – so I have plenty of suggestions..
Swimwear from the trip:
This top sold out pretty quickly but may be getting restocked:
Tularosa Bikini (wearing XS):
Kore Swim Alexa High Waist Bikini (wearing size xs) Other Kore Swim pieces I love:
Wala Swim Black Lace Bikini by PilyQ – Size Small:
Jets Swimwear Striped One Piece is from last year, but similar options here:
Wearing size XS and my favorite new sunglasses from Nordstrom:
Outfit details (bag is Elle Jae Gypset):
See Full Post for this outfit: here
New White Nikes
Wala Swim Romper – runs a little bit, wearing XS:
Favorite sweater from the trip!
Skirt – Show Me Your MuMu (xs) | Top – Old from PacSun
Aerie Pajamas, similar here.
Where We Stayed:
Grand Solmar – we’ve been staying here for years. It’s a stunning resort built into the rocks that form the Arch of Cabo San Lucas. A private beach, several infiniti pools, swim up bars, an incredible staff that we love, and so much more. 10/10!
Where to Eat (dinner spots we visit every year):
Maro’s Shrimp House – our favorite local spot, we go here ever year. It’s very casual and has awesome seafood. Order ‘mother’s milk‘, it’s the best drink in Cabo! Order the steamed lobster + shrimp with butter to dip it in. The restaurant is covered in college team flags – sign your name on your alma mater 🙂
Romeo & Julieta – the best Italian spot. It’s a really pretty setting with live music and delicious authentic Italian food. Get reservations to sit outside in the outdoor courtyard. The Sangria is delish.
Los Tres Gallos – such a beautiful atmosphere and some of the best authentic Mexican food we’ve had! It’s an outdoor restaurant built around a giant tree covered in lights and ornaments. Everything from the colorful table cloths, unique table settings, and traditional dishes give you the perfect authentic experience.
Maria Jimenez – one of the other best spots for authentic Mexican – all of the locals recommend this one, which is saying something. Affordable and quaint.
Nick San – the best sushi spot in Cabo. Loud, vibrant, and fun atmosphere.
The Office – this is a must. An ocean front restaurant with a tropical vibe with tables in the sand surrounded by tiki torches and colorful linens. Great seafood and fun beachy feel. Amazing margs and fresh fish.
DOC Wine Bar – small intimate setting with best pasta options in Cabo. Great wine and steaks.
Edith’s – Great spot. Order the caesar salad and banana flambé for dessert and the table side Mexican coffee.
Cabo Wabo – older crowd but fun. Live band!
Mandala – awesome night club, ceiling is covered in disco balls.
Jungle Bar – divey but fun.
Saloon – ride the bull and ask for the fire show.
Squid Roe – touristy but so fun.
Thanks for stopping by to read – hope this helps with your trip planning! And if you’re planning a winter vacation, I linked a few more suits I love here: