My husband and I finally made it to 10 days of relaxation in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico after having to cancel our trip in February. Needless to say, we were long overdue to put away our technology and have some fun in the sun, which includes spicy Mexican food and margaritas!
We like to go all out on the places we stay and eat, so the recommendations I'm making are on the upscale side and geared towards adults. I also find that upscale usually means top notch service, which sometimes means careful catering to gluten free needs. This was definitely the case for the below recommendations.
We stayed at two resorts, the first of which I would recommend to anyone traveling with a dietary restriction. The Esperanza Resort, which is part of the Auberge Resorts group, is as good as it gets when it comes to attention to detail from a service perspective. In other words, they think of everything! When we made the reservation, I let them know about my gluten free needs and from the moment we arrived I didn't have to remind them because it was in the master computer system that is shared with all restaurant and room service associates. Every meal we ate at the resort they took the initiative to confirm my gluten free needs. At one breakfast, the server may not have specifically remembered my gluten free needs, but took the initiative to ask about dietary restrictions and so all was fine from that point on.
My next recommendation is for a fabulous restaurant, Market by Jean Georges Vongerichten at the La Palmilla Resort. The food was phenomenal and they catered to my every gluten free whim. From specially prepared gluten free corn bread to start my meal off to variations on all courses to a dessert that was not only safe for me but out of this world. I was able to enjoy this meal to the point that I walked away having eaten more than I could handle. I think you all know what I mean!
In both scenarios, I called in advance to discuss my gluten free needs and I would recommend the same to you.