The Market at Quivira Introduces an Eclectic Dining Space

In Dine, Los Cabos by Suzanne Koch

For any foodies traveling to Los Cabos, The Market at Quivira at Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach Golf & Spa Resort has just unveiled a 15,000-sq.-m. food hall, complete with seating for more than 450 diners. The $5.5 million space features an array of eateries—from a New York style deli to a gelato and crepe outlet—and a central bar for an eclectic, delicious dining experience.

The Market was inspired by food halls found in major U.S. and European cities like the Plaza Hall in New York and Harrods in London. The space was completely remodeled “to provide more eclectic dining options for our hotel guests,” said Enrique Gandara, Pueblo Bonito’s V.P. of Sales and Marketing, and has welcomed more than 2,000 diners per day during the holiday season.

“Everyone loves the new food hall,” Gandara stated. The Market’s open-floor complex, designed to please all types of palates, features several distinctive restaurants as well as a coffee shop and a bar. The Market is available to Pueblo Bonito resort guests to enjoy its array of food and beverage options with their all-inclusive plans. Only the chocolate shop is not included in the all-inclusive program.

See below for a list of the delicious dining options at The Market:

  • 1950’s Diner: This classic American-style diner, accented by red-and-chrome décor, offers hamburgers, hot dogs, fried chicken, milkshakes, homemade desserts and excellent breakfasts.
  • El Asiatico: Asian cuisine is well-represented by a wide range of dishes, from traditional miso soup and Szechuan-style shrimps to delectable dumplings and other examples of Asian street food.
  • La Creperia & La Heladeria: In addition to 24 flavors of homemade ice cream and gelato, La Creperia is turning out the best crepes (sweet or savory) in Los Cabos.
  • El Deli: This bustling New York-style deli features the finest hot, cold or toasted sandwiches utilizing fresh-baked breads as well as selected meats, cheeses and condiments.
  • El Italiano: Homemade fresh pastas, traditional lasagna and a mouth-watering variety of brick oven pizzas are available at El Italiano, which also offers a splendid array of Italian desserts.
  • La Huerta: Specializing in fresh organic foods, La Huerta (‘The Orchard’) offers top-quality salads and vegetarian entrees, from a Portobello mushroom stuffed with quinoa and ceviche to a roasted beet salad served with blue cheese, arugula and walnuts.
  • El Mexicano: A wide range of Mexican dishes is available here, from traditional sopas (soups) and tacos al pastor (native to central Mexico) to chiles en nogada–poblano chiles filled with shredded meat, aromatics, fruits and spices and topped with a walnut-based cream sauce and pomegranate seeds.
  • La Chocolateria: Situated near the entrance to The Market, this signature outpost artfully displays the finest-quality truffles, chocolates and macarons, perfect for a sweet finish and also popular as a gift.
  • El Bar: The Market’s lively circular bar, featuring a 360-degree panorama of the restaurants and food stalls, offers artisanal beers, selected wines from Mexico, Italy and California, and a range of spirits (including tequila and mezcal).
  • La Cafeteria: This popular gathering spot offers custom-blended international coffees (four to six different blends daily) as well as hot or cold frappes and fresh-baked muffins, cupcakes, cinnamon rolls and more.

Looking ahead, Gandara said that a Sports Bar, situated on a spacious terrace adjoining The Market and the first of its kind at Pueblo Bonito, will open later this year.

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