Been coming here for 12 years. Always been a great place to dine and be with friends. Staff is fantastic.
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This is a hideway in the East Cape...It has delicious food...Great atmosphere, great wait staff.. I can't say enough about there food...Especially their Crispy Poblano Rings@!!
Ok this is definitely not fine dining. It was for us, a nice surprise. A friend told us about Buzzards and it sounded like fun, so we gave it a shot. This is a very low key on the sand, tiny place that serves authentic...More
Buzzards is off the beaten track but well worth the time to get there. You will definitely need a car as it is quite away from San Jose. Went there for lunch and was awesome. Prices are very reasonable.
My favorite place to have breakfast in Mexico. The breakfast burrito is still my favorite item on the menu and I will stay true to that. My girlfriend loves the pancakes with a side of the best bacon around. It's a little out of town...More
Food was great, service was top notch and friendly staff... conveniently located next to our house... but we ate multiple meals there beacuse it was delicious, not just because of proximity.
The food is fantastic. The Peppers, Steak Sandwich, and Margaritas are great. Thanks Paul. See you in June
This beach shack offers cheap food and a front row seat on the water. Sounded pretty good. A couple of things would keep me from going again. It is really hard to find and can't be seen from the highway. It is near what appears...More
This review is for a different restaurant. My restaurant is 15 minutes from the highway so that would make it very difficult to see and there are no run down buildings around me. Also the neighborhood beside me is nothing but multi million dollar homes...More
Buzzards Bar and Grill scores 5 stars on every count! Food was best I had all week in Cabo. The cabanas are darling, comfortable, bright, and private. Owner, Paul, and his staff were so friendly that I missed them hours after I left. Buzzards is...More
Drive over the overpass from old San Jose towards the Marina...keep to the left past the Marina exit and until the road comes to the small cement plant (you can't miss it). The road to the right is paved, the road to the left is...More