If the reservation gods are smiling down on you, snagging a table at El Farallon can mean front row seats to a mind-blowingly spectacular sunset, followed by some of the best stargazing in the world. The restaurant is carved into a series of cliffs (it’s one of four belonging to Capella Pedregal, a seaside hotel steps from downtown Cabo San Lucas), which serve as a fitting backdrop to the drama of the indoor-outdoor dining room. Chef Yvan Mucharraz plans his multi-course menus around the day’s fresh catch, which you get to pick out yourself from the on-site fresh fish market after an in-depth discussion of the options with a resident seafood expert.

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