Sancho’s is a Sports Bar & Grill, and overall lively little place located on the Cabo San Lucas Marina between docks K & L. The idea of Sancho’s came from the two owners who happen to be two gals from Texas with a passion for sports, music, tacos, tequila and Jägermeister. They both fell in love with Cabo San Lucas and Baja California Sur, and eventually decided to go all in and open a bar of their own. It wasn’t a completely random idea; they actually have experience to make both sides of the business work. Margo has been slinging drinks and managing bars for the last 15 years, the last 5 being here in Cabo San Lucas. Coco got plenty of restaurant and bar experience in college before moving into business accounting, which she has been doing for the last 12 years.

Sancho’s is known for a few things. First and foremost, Sancho’s is a bar. The drinks are strong, the beer is cold, the music is on point, and the only thing allowed on TV is sports and music videos. They have great drink specials every day of the week, and a special $1 shot of churro flavored tequila when you check-in on Facebook.

Sancho’s has food too. The most popular item on the menu is THE PINK TACO. Yes, it is truly a hot pink, double decker taco with their special seasoned ground beef, refried beans, lettuce, and nacho cheese. The Pink Taco was even voted as The People’s Choice Favorite Taco at this year’s Taco Fest. It is a must try!

The next thing Sancho’s is getting a lot of attention for is their Saturday Cajun Shrimp Boils. Being from SoutheastTexas, Margo and Coco have been influenced by some of the Cajun food and flavors from Louisiana. Every Saturday, Sancho’s prepares the Cajun Shrimp Boil, which consists of a pound of Cajun boiled, peel and eat shrimp, two pieces of corn, two potatoes, two pieces of Texas sausage, rice, drawn butter and a special pink sauce. It’s served from 10am until 10pm, unless it’s sold out. Reservations are suggested for Saturdays from October through April.

Sancho’s just celebrated their 2 Year Anniversary in October. In two short years, they have gone from six food menu items to over 50 food items, including breakfast too. They even have occasional food specials of Sloppy Joes, Gumbo, Frito Chili Pies, Broccoli Cheese Soup, Shrimp Etouffee and others throughout the year. Sancho’s is becoming one of the favorite stops for both locals and tourists. Stop by, grab a drink, have a pink taco (watch out for the hot sauce), and enjoy one of the best views on the marina!