Is it a dance hall? Or, is it a restaurant? El Squid Roe is three stories of pure party adrenaline, overflowing with drinks, dancing, and great food. Located near the marina in Cabo San Lucas, El Squid Roe is a fiesta icon. And, its popularity is unrivaled. So, visit Cabo San Lucas and experience the most exciting nightlife at El Squid Roe. You’ll have the best vacation ever!
El Squid Roe has been the favorite party spot in Cabo San Lucas since 1989. This is where celebrities get those embarrassing tabloid photos taken after midnight. And, speaking of midnight, that’s when all three levels fill with tourists, locals, and celebrities alike, ready to party hardy. Then, the party accelerates into the night. It’s not morning until the sun comes up.
This place has five full bars, a clothing store, a full kitchen called “Billy Kitchen,” and a private VIP area where you can take it up a notch. And, please note that this place is not for the faint of heart. The high energy and excitement never stops.
Pablo Recasens leads the crowds into a party frenzy, every night. He says that his only job is to keep his foot on the gas, accelerating El Spuid Roe faster and faster as the night revs on. Also, he’s there to fill the people with non-stop excitement. So, Pablo keeps the party going.
The crowds get so thick each night that the waiters at El Squid Roe are equipped with spray tanks filled with tequila. Armed with this spirit spray, they’re able to make their way through the dancing droves to deliver your fancy drink right on cue!
Billy Kitchen serves two functions: Late-night stabilizer and restaurant. Located in an amazing atmosphere, this great place serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, and a cool line of El Squid Roe clothing. So, come for both! Stop by for a great daytime meal. Then, order some delicious food to stabilize yourself while the party is in full throttle.
What else does Cabo San Lucas have to offer, you ask? Well, that’s a loaded question. Cabo San Lucas, which is part of Los Cabos, has everything you’d look for in a fabulous vacation destination, including things you haven’t thought of yet. So, see below to uncover some of the highlights of this magical place.
There are some great places to visit and some exciting activities for you to experience in Cabo San Lucas. To begin, be sure you visit El Arco de Cabo San Lucas: The arch that marks Lands End. And if you’re up for a short drive, head up to Todos Santos: A Mexican oasis of palms & fruit trees where desert meets the Sierra Laguna mountains. Todos Santos, which is about one-hour north of Cabo San Lucas, provides a superb contrast to the fiesta life.
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If you’re interested in snorkeling when you arrive to Los Cabos, check out: Snorkeling Cabo San Lucas: The secret diving spots are finally EXPOSED! Also, if you’re interested in fishing around Los Cabos, take a look at: Cabo San Lucas Fishing: The Angler’s Lowdown. Then, if you want to join in on a world-renowned fishing competition, with a chance to win big money, check out Los Cabos fishing tournament: Join Bisbee’s Black and Blue to win BIG.
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Thank you for reading El Squid Roe is the fiesta icon of Cabo San Lucas, written by Greg Hixon. Be sure to read other posts about Los Cabos on Nick Fong‘s blog at Blog.LosCabosAgent.com. There, learn about the many wonderful aspects of Los Cabos, Mexico, from blog posts like this.