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“Love the Happy Ending Cantina!”

Happy Ending Cantina
Ranked #25 of 559 Restaurants in Cabo San Lucas
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $2 - $8
Cuisines: Mexican, American, Bar, Pub
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Good for: Large groups, Local cuisine, Bar scene
Dining options: Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Full Bar, Outdoor Seating, Reservations, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Takeout, Television, Waitstaff, Wheelchair Accessible
Description: Happy Ending's 5 full-time chefs prepare generous proportions of delicious food, always at affordable prices, in its completely new kitchen. Our Crispy Tacos, Huge Burritos, Super Nachos, Cheeseburgers, Super "Loaded" Fries, Quesadillas, etc., Have become the most popular in Cabo. The kitchen is located directly on the sidewalk to make it easy for those who simply want to eat at the outside counter or take their food to go. Our bartenders and waiters can also place orders and serve food to our customers inside Happy Ending. Food is served everyday from 10:00 am to at least 3:00 am.
Morrison, Colorado
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“Love the Happy Ending Cantina!”
Reviewed December 19, 2013

We have been to Cabo many times and every time we go, we visit the Happy Ending Cantina! Such a laid back atmosphere, great service and great value!! You get 2 beers and 2 shots of tequila for $5! On this most recent visit, there was a gentleman performing magic tricks who came around to our table. He did some really fantastic card tricks, so it was worth it to watch his show and tip him. Food at the Happy Ending Cantina is snacks/bar food. We shared some nachos that were very tasty! I highly recommend a trip to the Happy Ending Cantina! Best Happy Hour in Cabo!!

  • Visited December 2013
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mkshoup from Morrison, Colorado:

Trip Advisor has named you a "Contributor" because you've written 11 reviews about establishments in 7 cities. You're an experienced traveler and your opinions are very important. Thank you very much for giving Happy Ending a "5-Star" rating and for naming your review “Love the Happy Ending Cantina!” Happy Ending loves you back!

You're fortunate to live in the small and very beautiful Town of Morrison. Your town is named after George Morrison, a builder and businessman who left a mark not only on the town that now bears his name, but on the history of the entire area. A stonemason who immigrated to the Mt. Vernon area in 1859, he helped found the Town of Mt. Vernon an important stop for travelers on the Mt. Vernon Toll Road from Denver to the goldfields of the Rocky Mountains. He became a United States citizen in 1862. George Morrison later moved south to Bear Creek, where he founded the Morrison Stone, Lime, and Town Co. In 1874, Morrison platted the town that became known as Morrison. In the same year, Gov. John Evans and Morrison were instrumental in bringing the Denver, South Park, and Pacific Railroad to Morrison. In 1895, George Morrison died at the age of 73. Close by Mount Morrison is also named after George Morrison. In the late 1800s, an important regional geologic layer of Late Jurassic age, the "Morrison Formation", was named after the small town of Morrison, and is today famous as the first discovery site of three 150-million-year-old dinosaurs, Apatosaurus, Diplodocus, and the Colorado state fossil, Stegosaurus. The Morrison Formation covers parts of thirteen western states and has yielded much of our understanding of the extinct animals that lived in the west so long ago. In 1906, the Town of Morrison was officially incorporated. Pete Morrison, grandson of the town's founder and son of the first mayor, achieved fame during the early 1900s as a cowboy star in silent film, and ultimately had his own studio, Lariat Productions, in Hollywood, California. In 1976, the Morrison Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

It's so nice to read a review from someone who's been to Happy Ending so many times over the course of several vacations to Cabo San Lucas. Repeat customers are one of the most important elements of any successful business. You are now an Official Member of our Happy Ending Family!

Thank for you describing Happy Ending as having "a laid back atmosphere," with "great service" and being such a "great value." You described our $5 "Promo," which consists of 2 ice cold, full size, 355 ml bottles, of Corona, Corona Light, Pacifico or Pacifico Light AND 2 double shots of our delicious, super-smooth tequila....that's only $5 for all 4 drinks!... $5 is our REGULAR PRICE and is in effect everyday, every night, today, tomorrow, next week, New Year's Eve, next year, 365 and 24/7. Without a doubt, no other bar in Cabo can come even close to matching any of our low prices. And we never use crappy tasting cheap brands of Mexican beers or use gimmick prices that are constantly changing and yo-yo'ing up and down. These gimmicks are commonly called Ladies' Night, Happy Hour and Two-for-One. We don't use any gimmicks and our prices never change....they're ALWAYS THE LOWEST in Cabo....all the time! I know you thought that Happy Ending had "the best Happy Hour in Cabo" because of the low prices you were charged but our low prices are always in effect every minute we're open....from the 10:00 am until 3:00 am everyday.

Samuel, our professional close-up Magician, asked me to thank you for the nice comments you wrote and for the generous tip you gave him. He's been a professional Magician for over 25 years and has performed internationally. He moved to Cabo San Lucas a couple of years ago and chose Happy Ending as the place to perform his magic. Many magicians who have intermediate and advanced skills travel to Cabo so Samuel can teach them complex magic routines that very few magicians are able to perform. Samuel performs his incredible magic at Happy Ending daily between the afternoon and early evening hours....always just inches away from our customer's eyes. Don't blink!

I'm happy you enjoyed our freshly made nachos. I assume you noticed that our nacho chips were fresh, crispy and NOT oily. Every morning, the local tortilla factory delivers kilos of freshly made corn tortillas for soft tacos, specially made corn tortillas for crispy tacos and nachos, flour tortillas for soft tacos, quesadillas and regular burritos, and huge flour tortillas for our "Super Burritos." Happy Ending has 3 full time, experienced "real" chefs who make virtually everything we serve from scratch everyday. I hope you can try our "El Jefe Super Burrito" the next time you visit. It's 8 inches long by 8 inches around and is filled with the most delicious ingredients on earth. It's the most delicious burrito I've ever eaten and I've been eating burritos since the early 1950s in Los Angeles.

Thank you for ALL your wonderful comments and great recommendations. If it gets a little too cold this winter in your hometown of Morrison, I hope you can find the time and means to return to Cabo for a few days to warm up on our beaches and to heat up the nights at Happy Ending.

Remember that each new day marks the youngest you'll ever be....so enjoy life to its fullest and you will stay perpetually young!

Best wishes for lots of "Love" type of Happy Endings to all your endeavors, hopes and dreams wherever life's journeys might take you.

Gene, "El Jefe," Happy Ending Cantina, Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mexico.
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Mesa, Arizona
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“Fun visit”
Reviewed December 15, 2013

Stopped by for a morning beer while walking around and met Axel working the front bar and had a fun time with him. Ordered the nachos which were pretty good. Drinks are inexpensive and staff is friendly, definitely worth a look and stop.

  • Visited December 2013
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HappyEndingCantina, Owner at Happy Ending Cantina, responded to this review, December 17, 2013
Will L from Mentor, Ohio:

Because you've written 7 reviews, Trip Advisor has designated you a "Senior Reviewer." Your opinions are very important to anyone who uses Trip Advisor. Thank you for all the wonderful comments and great recommendations you made about Happy Ending Cantina.

You're very fortunate to live in Mentor, a beautiful and historic part of Ohio. In 1797, Charles Parker, a surveyor with the Connecticut Land Company, built a cabin there which paved the way for other pioneers to establish this new land called the "Western Reserve Territory." The land was an "earthly paradise" where the ground was level and fertile and the climate mild. By 1811, Charles moved on, but Clark, his younger brother, would spend the rest of his life in Mentor. He married Margaret Jordan and they raised 13 children. The name Mentor originated in Greek literature; Mentor was the tutor of Telemachus, the son of Odysseus. Other place names in the Western Reserve, including Solon, Euclid and Macedonia, were also inspired by the early Americans’ fascination with the ancient world. After the Civil War the area containing Mentor became known as a summer retreat for Cleveland's wealthy families. Mentor is known as being the home of James A Garfield, the 20th President of the United States. Garfield's presidency lasted just 200 days—from March 4, 1881, until his death on September 19, 1881. President was shot by assassin Charles Guiteau on July 2, 1881. In 1963, Mentor was incorporated st a city. Mentor celebrated its "50th Anniversary" this year.

Thank you for naming your review "Fun Visit." Happy Ending's entire crew is dedicated to making sure everyone who visits is treated like a VIP and has fun....and everyone is guaranteed to leave with a "Happy Ending."

Axel asked me to thank you for mentioning him by name and for all the nice things you wrote about him. He told me to let you know that he had a "fun time" with you too. Axel is one of our most popular Bartenders. Don't be surprised next year when you return to Happy Ending and find that Axel remembers your name and what you normally drink. I don't know how he does it....but he does it very well!

Thank you for describing our nachos as "pretty good," our drinks as "inexpensive" and our staff as "friendly." Happy Ending's REGULAR PRICES are the lowest in Cabo San Lucas. They are always lower than gimmick prices used elsewhere that "yo-yo" up-and-down depending on the sex of the customer, the day of the week or the time of the day....Happy Ending never has Ladies' Night, 2-for-1 or Happy Hour....Caveat Emptor! For example, the REGULAR PRICE for 2 ice cold bottles of Corona, Corona Light, Pacifico or Pacifico Light AND 2 huge double shots of our famous super-smooth tequila is always only $5....that's 4 "real" drinks for only $5....all the time, today, tomorrow, next week, next year, 365 and 24/7.

Remember that today is the youngest you'll ever be....so enjoy every minute of your life to keep staying young!

Best wishes for lots of "Fun" Happy Endings to all your endeavors, hopes and dreams wherever life's journeys might take you.

Gene, "El Jefe," Happy Ending Cantina, Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mexico.
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Dallas, Texas
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“Best Bar in Cabo San Lucas”
Reviewed December 15, 2013

We read the reviews here before our trip and made it a point to make this bar. We were not disappointed. It was all that we expected. We had the $5 for 2 beers and 2 double shots of tequila. You can't beat that deal! No limits, No B.S. I think we had more than a few. We also ate the "El Jefe" Signature Burrito and split it and it was plenty for us. It was $8. The bar is just a lot of fun, the bartenders are great. Signs hanging from the walls kept us laughing. After staying there for a few hours we decided to check out a couple other well known bars in the area (1 block away). I won't mention their names, but will write them up in a separate review. To put it mildly, they just didn't compare so we just went back to Happy Ending. Price were the best in town, service was great as was the atmosphere. I would give it three thumbs up, but only have 2 thumbs, so two thumbs up it is.

  • Visited November 2013
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HappyEndingCantina, Owner at Happy Ending Cantina, responded to this review, December 17, 2013
Kilimanjaro1 from Dallas, Texas:

Congratulations! You've been named a "Senior Contributor" by Trip Advisor because you've written a whopping number of reviews, 40 to be exact, about businesses in 16 cities. Thank you for giving your Happy Ending review a "5-Star" rating and for all the wonderful comments and great recommendations you made.

You're fortunate to live in Dallas, one of the most beautiful and historic cities in the entire United States. In the 1700s, Texas was claimed as a part of the Vice Royalty of New Spain. In 1819, the Adams-Onís Treaty made the Red River the northern boundary of New Spain, which officially placed the future location of Dallas well within Spanish Territory. In 1821, Mexico declared independence from Spain and the area became part of the Mexican state of "Coahuila y Tejas." In Spanish, "Texas" is spelled "Tejas," and is pronounced "tey-hass." In 1836, the "Republic of Texas" gained independence from Mexico and remained an INDEPENDENT SOVEREIGN NATION until 1846. The Republic of Texas claimed borders that included all of the present U.S. State of Texas as well as parts of present-day Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, Wyoming, and New Mexico. In 1841, John Neely Bryan established a permanent settlement and named it Dallas after George Mifflin Dallas, Vice President of the United States under President James K Polk. In 1845, the Republic of Texas was annexed by the United States. On March 30, 1846, the City of Dallas and Polk County, named after President Polk, were both created. Ten years later, the City of Dallas was formally incorporated. Texas is nicknamed "The Lone Star State" to signify Texas as a former independent republic and as a reminder of the state's struggle for independence from Mexico. Today, the "Lone Star" can be found on the Texas State Flag and on the Texas State Seal. The origin of the name "Texas" is from the word, "Tejas", which means 'friends' in the Caddo language. The Caddo Nation is a confederacy of several Southeastern Native American tribes, who traditionally inhabited much of what is now East Texas, Northern Louisiana and portions of Southern Arkansas and Oklahoma.

I can't thank you enough for summarizing your review opinions about Happy Ending by naming your review "Best Bar in Cabo San Lucas." There are so many wonderful bars in Cabo so your opinion that Happy Ending is the "Best Bar in Cabo" is really nice, especially since there can be only ONE "Best" of anything.

It's always a pleasure to read a review written by someone who first learned about Happy Ending by reading other's Trip Advisor's reviews. I'm very pleased that you "made it a point" to visit Happy Ending. Thank you for describing your visit as you were "not disappointed" and "it was all we expected."

I appreciated you mentioned our unlimited $5 "Promo" that simply "can't be beat!" The "Promo" is available all the time, tonight, manana, next month, 365 & 24/7....It's comprised of 2 ice cold bottles of Pacifico, Pacifico Light, Corona or Corona Light AND 2 huge double shots of our delicious super-smooth tequila....and it's ALWAYS priced at only $5....yes, that's all 4 drinks for the REGULAR PRICE of only $5. It's the best "deal" not only in Cabo but in the history of mankind!

I'm happy you enjoyed our "El Jefe Super Burrito." It's very difficult for most to finish one all by themselves because they're huge: They're 8 inches long by 8 inches around and loaded with the most delicious ingredients on earth! I'm getting hungry to have one of my namesake burritos as I write this response....Yummy!

Thank you for describing Happy Ending as "a lot of fun," with "great" bartenders, where "other well known" Cabo bars didn't compare, with prices that "were the best in town," and with service and an atmosphere that was "great."

Thanks for always returning to Happy Ending after bar hopping in Cabo. Repeat customers are the life blood of any successful business. All our crew members make it a point to make sure their customers want to keep returning over-and-over to Happy Ending. Our "Number One" Trip Advisor rating is testament to the way we treat all our customers.

Thanks for trying to give Happy Ending "three thumbs up" even though you only have "two thumbs."

Always remember that each new day will mark the youngest day you'll ever be....enjoy life so you stay perpetually young forever.

Best wishes for lots of only the "Best" type of Happy Endings to all you hopes and dreams wherever life's journeys might find you.

Gene, "El Jefe," Happy Ending Cantina, Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mexico.
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Whitby, Canada
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“keep on coming back”
Reviewed December 15, 2013

There's a lot of great bars in town but we always end up at Happy ending. Finally got my t-shirts after 15 visits over the years. Great day time staff and cold beer. My wife and I will be back in may.

  • Visited November 2013
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HappyEndingCantina, Owner at Happy Ending Cantina, responded to this review, December 17, 2013
martWhitby from Whitby, Ontario, Canada:

You've received 21 "Helpful Votes" from users of Trip Advisor for the 8 reviews you've written. Trip Advisor has given you the title "Senior Reviewer." Thank you for all the nice comments and wonderful recommendations you wrote in this most recent review about Happy Ending Cantina.

You live in the very beautiful and historic Town of Whitby located on the shore of Lake Ontario. When the township was originally surveyed in 1792, the surveyor, from the northern part of England, named the townships in the area after towns in northeastern England: York, Scarborough, Pickering, Whitby and Darlington. The original name of "Whitby" is Danish, dating from about 867 CE when the Danes invaded Britain. In 1836, Peter Perry, Whitby's founder, established a downtown business center. During World War II, Whitby was the location of Camp X, a secret spy training facility established by Sir William Stephenson, whose real code named was "Intrepid" who was publicly made famous by the biographical book named "A Man Called Intrepid." Stephenson was the senior representative of British intelligence for the entire western hemisphere during World War II. Ian Fleming once wrote that "James Bond is a highly romanticized version of true spy William Stephenson." Stephenson handed over British scientific secrets to Franklin D. Roosevelt and relayed American secrets to Winston Churchill. Stephenson has been credited with being a person who changed the course of history.

I can't thank you enough for visiting Happy Ending at least 15 times over the last couple years. You've become an Official Member of our Happy Ending "Family." Loyal repeat customers like yourself are what make Happy Ending such a great bar.

Thank you for naming your review "Keep On Coming Back." Your title really says it all!

You're correct when you wrote that "there's a lot of great bars" in Cabo. I'm very happy that you and your wife "always ended up at Happy Ending" after bar hopping in Cabo.

Thanks for describing our day shift staff as being "great" and our beer as "cold." Happy Ending has, without a doubt, the coldest beer in Cabo...possibly the coldest beer you'll every drink. We carefully and slowly cool our beer from room temperature, all the way down to minus 3.5 degrees centigrade, before it's sold. We use a long, two-step process, to get it this cold. If we cool it to minimum 4.0 degrees centigrade the beer will freeze and we have to throw it away. Between 0 degrees and minus 3.5 degrees centigrade, the taste of beer actually changes and improves. Many people have asked me if our beer is "different' from "regular" beer. It isn't....it just tastes like it is because it's so cold and so much better tasting.

I'm pleased that you finally purchased some Happy Ending logo T-shirts. Every time you, or anyone else, wear any Happy Ending merchandise into Happy Ending, you'll receive one free double shot each day.

The entire crew and I are looking forward to spending more time with you and your wife when you return in May 2014. May is one of Cabo's most beautiful months.

Best wishes for having lots and lots of "Keep On Coming Back" type of Happy Endings to all your hopes and dreams wherever life's journeys might take you.

Gene, "El Jefe," Happy Ending Cantina, Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mexico.
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“Thirsty? Why wait...”
Reviewed December 13, 2013 via mobile

As soon as I arrived the staff was ready to help, they offered a table outside and got us our drinks fast. The kind of service I like! Had an awesome time, highly recommended. Havent had the food but I plan on letting you all know how it is soon.

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HappyEndingCantina, Owner at Happy Ending Cantina, responded to this review, December 13, 2013
CarlosSolisSS from Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mexico:

Trip Advisor has designated you a "Contributor" because you've written 14 reviews about establishments in Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo. I especially enjoy reading a review written by a customer who lives in Los Cabos. Thank you for ALL your nice comments and great recommendations and for naming your review "Thirsty? Why Wait..."

Thank you for writing that Happy Ending's "staff was ready to help as soon as I arrived' and quickly brought your drinks. Thanks for describing the service you received as "the kind of service I like!" and writing that you "had an awesome time." I frequently hear customers complaining about slow, or virtually non-existent service they received at other establishments and I'm very pleased to know that you found our service prompt and professional.

You and I are both very fortunate to call Cabo San Lucas "home." Cabo is one of the most naturally beautifully and historic places on planet Earth. In 1534, Fortun Jimenez, a Spanish Pilot and Navigator first sighted parts of the southern Baja Peninsula, which he assumed was an island, while commanding the "Concepcion." In 1535, Spaniard Hernan Cortes, and in 1542, Spaniard Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo, sailed off the coast of Cabo San Lucas. In 1602, A Spanish Viceroy ordered Sebastian Vizcaino to lead the exploration of the west coast of what would later be the country of 'Mexico." Between 1602 and 1603, Vizcaino commanded a fleet of three ships who sailed from Acapulco in present day Mexico to Cape Mendocino in present day California. Vizcaino and his crew named the places they visited and their mapping skills were remarkable for their precision and accuracy of details. Their maps were used until the late eighteenth century to navigate the west coast of the Baja Peninsula and the west coast of parts of present day California. It was during the 1602-1603 exploratory trip that they mapped and named "Cabo San Lucas," translated into English as the "Cape of Saint Luke."

In 1828, Thomas Ritchie, an Englishman and Sea Captain, landed in Cabo San Lucas and is credited with founding the tiny community. Thomas Ritchie married a local Mexican woman and they began a family. In 1874, Captain Ritchie died and was buried in Cabo San Lucas. I began living in Cabo with my wife and young children in 1986. Two of the first local Mexican friends I made were Miguel Angel Herrera, who was then about 75 years of age, and his adult son, Nestor Herrera Ritchie. Miguel and his life lived in an old home on Cabo San Lucas street next door to another old home that later became the location of Cabo's historic Mi Casa Restaurant. Miguel and Nestor were both born and raised in Cabo San Lucas. Miguel's father was the original keeper of El Faro Viego (The Old Lighthouse), built in 1890. Miguel himself later became the keeper of the lighthouse. When Miguel was young, he married one of Captain Ritche's decendents and began a family. In the late 1980s, their son, Nestor, became the Mayor of Cabo San Lucas. I once joined Nestor and his wife for lunch with the Mayor of Newport Beach, California, one of Cabo San Lucas' "Sister Cities." The largest Cabo funeral procession I ever witnessed was Miguel's. He was buried in Cabo's original cemetery, close to where the Riu Palace is located. "Miguel Angel Herrera" street was later named in his honor. Nestor and his wife still live a couple blocks away from where Puerto Paraiso Mall is located. In 1872, Benito Juarez, the President of Mexico, gave Miguel's father thousands of acres of land, including the beach where Pueblo Bonito's Sunset Beach Resort is located. Miguel later inherited this land from his father. Miguel proudly let me hold and examine the original document President Juarez signed and gave to his father. Nestor later inherited the land, most of which is now developed with 5-star resorts.

I hope you're able to make it to Happy Ending's "Happy Ending to 2013" Grand Celebration, also knows as "New Year's Eve," that will begin at 9:00 pm on December 31, 2013. I guarantee the service you'll receive will be just as great as you described in your review.

Best wishes for having lots and lots of "Awesome" Happy Endings to all your endeavors, hopes and dreams wherever life's journeys might take you.

Gene, "El Jefe," Happy Ending Cantina, Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mexico.
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