This seafood restaurant, decorated with fish-nets and other maritime paraphenalia, has the casual feel of a fishing shack. The feature attraction is a ... More
Crazy Lobster (The)
This seafood restaurant, decorated with fish-nets and other maritime paraphenalia, has the casual feel of a fishing shack. The feature attraction is a massive saltwater tank filled with lobsters which attracts quite a crowd. The breakfast, lunch and dinner menus have a spicy slant. Try the unbelievably low priced lobster combo specials for only USD 10. After dinner they offer free, all-you-can-hold tequila shots. This is not the time to be greedy; overnighting is not allowed.
Give yourself a break from beach vendors, pricey dining, restaurants loaded with fellow tourists, and feel yourself just relax for a while. The Lobster is simple, warm and friendly. Don't expect a grand dining experience. This is a "joint" that can be enjoyed any time of day or night. Though it's conspicuously located on busy Hidalgo St., it's a gem and an island in a sea of tourism and spring breakers. These are still our favorite simple fish tacos we've ever had, and the scallops and steak/lobster deals are fantastico. But the fun really comes with the friendly, quiet, and completely unpretentious attitude, and the open air location on Hidalgo. Lunchtime visits here have become a ritual for us, and a trip to cabo isn't complete without a pilgrimage (or 3) to the Lobster. Come for lunch and you'll probably be one of the only tables seated, and feel yourself slow down streetside over a couple margaritas (served in short rocks glasses and expertly mixed), as you choose a seat in the sun or shade. Maybe it's time for a $3 shot of Don Julio reposado (how can ya not). This is a place to escape and really feel like you're on vacation. Think of it as a streetside version of the Corona commercials... feel free to just sit back and tick the clock away. And prepare to not feel ripped off. This place seems very different than the many other great joints in Los Cabos. It just seems special. Viva el Lobster!
My whole family loves this place, but it is my five year old's favorite (over the office). He loves the shrimp tacos. I personally love the reasonable prices and good service. Not to mention the cheap cuervo shots. When you are in Cabo with a family of four it can get pretty pricey quickly and this is a nice change from that. These guys really work hard to take care of the their customers
We went to crazy lobster the first year we went to Cabo. Now we know with no questions where we will be eating the first and last night of our stay. Tortilla Soup and Flan is the best in Cabo. All the food is great and the staff is fun and friendly.
Many people would walk right by this place- looks like a place that locals frequent, which is why we like it. Very reasonable prices on food and drink, and lots of attention to go with it. We had shrimp tacos, chile rellenos, beer and more for under $30, and it was quite good. The lack of decor is part of the charm. I believe they also have cheap shots of Cuervo!
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