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The Culinary Festival of Los Cabos runs for nine days. The festival was originally a one-day event. Los Cabos Culinary Festival attracts hundreds of enthusiastic diners.

The Mexican food festival begins on December 1, with a Gastronomic Exposition at the Plaza Mijares Square in downtown San Jose del Cabo, featuring traditional and innovative Mexican fare from local eateries in Los Cabos. During the week, chefs at renowned resorts prepare special festival menus for their fine restaurants.

The Los Cabos festival concludes with a Dinner in the Desert, which features fireside dining on fresh seafood, fine cuts of beef, gourmet trimmings and drinks.

Four Los Cabos resort restaurants have received International Star Diamond Awards: The Restaurant at Las Ventanas al Paraiso, Restaurant 'C' at One & Only Palmilla, Pitahayas Restaurant at the Sheraton Hacienda del Mar and Canto del Mar at Marquis Los Cabos. Only 27 Mexican restaurants have received this coveted award, presented annually by the American Academy of Hospitality Services.

Thierry DuFour, Executive Chef of Marquis Los Cabos and President of Vatel Club of Baja, was named a 'Maitres Cuisinier de France' (Master Chef of France) by the Association of Master Chefs of France. Chef DuFour joins Chef Jacques Chretien of the French Riviera Restaurant & Bakery in Los Cabos to become two of only seven chefs in Mexico to achieve this designation.

The Westin Resort & Spa, Los Cabos, was also honored for its culinary expertise when Special Events Magazine presented the resort with the Gala Award for Best Catered Event Produced by Hotel Banquet Department.

Los Cabos is accessible on non-stop flights or convenient connections from Los Angeles, Oakland, San Diego, San Francisco and Sacramento, California; Houston and Dallas, Texas; Atlanta, Chicago, Cincinnati, Minneapolis, Denver, Detroit, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Seattle, New York, Salt Lake City and other airports.