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Hi all! We leave on Wednesday for our planning trip to Cabo. While we are there we plan on checking out all of the bars/nightlife so that we have a better idea of places to tell our friends to go to.

 

Any ideas for bars we should check out while we are there? We are all staying at the Sheraton, so would be interested in any around the corridor as well as in town. We are hoping to find some fun lively bars, as well as some more laid back bars.

 

Also has anyone been to the Mambo Cafe in Cabo? We've been to the one in Playa Del Carmen many times and am wondering if it draws a similar crowd.

 

Thanks!

Melissa

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I know Aaron can't stop talking about a place called Cabo Wabo - his friend suggested it to him... I haven't looked too much into it though. His friend absolutely loved it though (plus, it's owned by some famous guy - who I can't seem to remember right now. Some rock musician)

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Cabo Wabo is owned by Sammy Hagar (former member of Van Halen)...and he owns the line of tequila!

 

The typical hot spots are Cabo Wabo, Squid Roe and Carlos & Charlies...but there are a few smaller near the marina which I can never remember their names.

 

When we go to Cabo it's oftentimes during football season, so we visit Caliente Casino Real (?) nightly b/c it's the only/best sports bar in Cabo. Not the nicest place in the world, but they play all the games. It's near Nik San (sushi restaurant).

 

That's all I can think of now...I'll keep thinking!

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Cabo Wabo is owned by Sammy Hagar (former member of Van Halen)...and he owns the line of tequila!
See.. I knew it had to be someone like that (and I was even thinking Van Halen!!), but I couldn't remember the name of the guy, even though I've asked Aaron like 50 times!! I think that's why he really wants to go, just because of Sammy Hagar... poor startstruck FI! lol (now just watch, we'll go there and see him and I'll be eating my words!!)

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Check out the spots on the marina - there are a few new cool places. Once we really liked is called Barometro. It's an outdoor loungy place with cool music & a big projection screen showing mostly surfing. It's a nice chill place.

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Cabo Wabo is great. The food and music are great. We go there everytime. There is also a place I think it was called Nick Sans. They have great prices $2 beer and cheap snacks. A fun place to just kick back with friends and hang out.

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I just got back from Cabo. You'll probably want to start with the ones already listed, but if you are in the Medano beach area, you might want to check out Passions Lounge in the ME Cabo hotel. It was sort of loungy with techno music. Thursdays is ladies night, so ladies drink free. I think there may be a fire dancer show on Thursdays at 9pm, but we didn't see it because we returned to the hotel later that night.

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