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El Squid Roe, the party icon of Los Cabos

El Squid Roe is a three-story building packed of pure party adrenaline. Expect overflowing drinks, crazy dancing, and amazing food. This place is located near the Marina of Cabo San Lucas, which means you’re in the heart of the party. This restaurant-bar is a fiesta icon in Cabo. With unrivaled popularity, El Squid Roe is a must-visit when in Cabo San Lucas. Don’t miss out on the experience of the most exciting nightlife at El Squid Roe in Cabo.

El Squid Roe has been the favorite party spot in Cabo San Lucas since 1989. This is the place where celebrities get their famous drunk photos taken every night. And when you visit, if you survive until midnight then you’re in for a treat. Midnight is when all the three levels of the building are full of tourists, locals, and celebrities alike, ready to party! Then, from there the party won’t stop until the sun comes up.

This place has five full bars with different themes, a clothing store and a full kitchen called “Billy Kitchen”. Also, there you’ll find a VIP area where you can go as hard as you want, with no one bothering you for partying too much. This place definitely isn’t for those faint of heart. We assure you that the high-spirits and excitement never stops.

How crazy does it get in El Squid Roe?

Just to give you an idea, there’s a “Party CEO” position at this bar. This leads the crowds into a party frenzy, every night. His or her job is to keep the foot on the gas, accelerating El Squid Roe faster until the ‘crash and burn’. The adrenaline is real, the crowds get so big each night that the waiters at El Squid Roe are equipped with spray tanks filled with tequila. Armed with this tequila spray gun it’s the only way they’re able to make their way through the party to deliver your fancy drink right when you ask for it.

Billy Kitchen

The Billy Kitchen is a two-times party restaurant: Regular meal and late-night stabilizer. Surrounded by an amazing atmosphere, this great place serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and late dinner. That means, you can come any time of day and order some delicious food, or you can ask for something to “stabilize” yourself while the party still is in full throttle.

There’s more in Cabo than meets the eye

What else does this city have to offer? Cabo San Lucas has everything you’d look for in a fabulous vacation destination. Besides the El Squid Roe, there’s plenty of amazing activities nature-related as well. You might even find things to do you’ve never tried before. Keep reading and find out what does this magical place has waiting to be uncovered.

Adventure time

There are great places to visit and exciting things to do in Cabo. Firstly, be sure you visit the Arch of Cabo. This is the iconic spot that marks the famous Land’s End where two different seas converge. Also, if you’re up for a short drive you can head up to Todos Santos. This small town is a Mexican oasis that provides a chill contrast to the fiesta life you’ll live in Cabo San Lucas.

Water activities

If you’re interested in the water activities of Los Cabos, there’s plenty for you to do. You can try, for example, snorkeling or scuba diving in the beautiful reefs you’ll find in almost every beach. If you’re in for fishing then you should take a look at Bisbee’s events. The Bisbee’s are world-renowned fishing competitions, that offer a chance to win big money. Check out the fishing competitions in Los Cabos.

Los Cabos real estate

Many Americans and Canadians choose to make Los Cabos, Mexico, their home or vacation home.  Therefore, discover how to purchase your dream home in Los Cabos, Mexico by inquiring with Brent Fong with Cabo Beach Life.  Click <HERE> to inquire.

Come visit soon!

Thank you for reading El Squid Roe, the party icon of Los Cabos, written by Greg Hixon of RE-MEX-IMAGE and Hixonic Web Specialists.  Be sure to check out other blog posts on our Cabo Beach Life blog about all the great things to experience in Los Cabos, Mexico, from blog posts like this.

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