In the early 1980´s, there were only a few eating establishments in Los Cabos.
Luis Bulnes, one of the pioneers of the area and developer of such projects as Solmar and Playa Grande Resorts, brought Raffaelle Di Milo to Cabo San Lucas to open two restaurants, one being Romeo & Julieta.
He started with traditional Italian dishes, experimenting to determinate what the public wanted in Italian fare.
Cabo San Lucas is a relatively young community and remaining in business since 1986 is an achievement, providing that whatever they have been doing, they have been doing it right.
Romeo & Julieta has stood the ravages of the time and in now better than ever, especially since the arrival of Executive Chef Matias Forte.
New dishes have been introduced, while maintaining respect for the timeworn dishes that diners have come to expect.
Patrons come from all over the world and most report they have been visiting Cabo San Lucas for many years; Romeo & Julieta is always on their dining list.
When asked why, they respond that the minute they talk at the door, they are greeted like family, many times by name and they are always delighted with the food.
Earning our Place
Romeo & Julieta has become a cornerstone of Cabo´s dining scene and remains progressive in planning for the future.
Music is presented seven nights a week, and the restaurant prides itself in offering special events such as rehearsal dinners, anniversaries, proposals, Posadas, birthdays and much more.