This is the former residence of fisherman Oscar Montaño Herrera circa 1960. Known as Don Yoka, he was a pioneer of Los Cabos’ coastal fisheries. More than a quarter century ago, Don Juan Esquivel built one of the first hotels on Medano Beach, circa mid 1980’s, on the site that originally belonged to Don Yoka. Photo: The original circa 1960’s site of the the Bahia Hotel. Photo courtesy Bahia Hotel & Beach Club – www.bahiacabo.mx
CABO SAN LUCAS B.C.S. ( 1960 )
Esta era la casa del pescador Oscar Montaño Herrera,mejor conocido como don “Yoka”,uno de los pioneros de la region y fue presisamente en este lugar donde se construyo uno de los primeros hoteles en la playa del medano.
If you are looking for that perfect spot to have lunch or dinner on the beach, Las Palmas will fill the bill. Las Palmas is one of the finer choices for dining on Playa Médano in Cabo San Lucas. You may either choose to sit on the expansive deck or grab a table on the sand and watch all the people enjoying one of the most happening beaches in Los Cabos. Las Palmas also features Sushi Sato, fully stocked with your fav-orite selections of sushi or sashimi, and if it were any fresher, it would still be swimming. The sea-food dishes are unbelievable and masterfully prepared by Chef Miguel Castro. The wide range of seafood, all prepared in a variety of ways, make Las Palmas a place to visit again and again. Desserts are exceptional here and the Flan is highly recommended. After a moonlight dinner, a romantic walk on the beach will be remembered and treasured. Open daily from 11:00 am to 10:00 pm; Sushi Sato from 1:00 pm to 10:00 pm. Located on Playa El Médano, next to the Hotel Meliá San Lucas. Text from Los Cabos Magazine, Issue #9 – 2004
This restaurant has been closed since 2006. This location is now part of the Bahia Hotel and Beach Club.
Spring Break, Las Palmas Restaurant, Medano Beach, April 1991.