The New York Times recently featured an article “The New Crop of Exceptional Farm Stays” and among the selected four farms they also featured Acre Baja, farm to table restaurant located in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico. We are happy that one of our photographs was chosen to present Acre in this article.
Acre restaurant is one of the newest additions to Los Cabos’s vibrant culinary scene. They offer global cuisine with local ingredients by Chefs Kevin Luzande and Oscar Torres, accompanied with cocktails and signature drinks from their excellent cocktail bar, managed by Danielle Tatarin. We can’t wait to see the completed treehouses, and other new additions at the property.
Acre restaurant’s architects FabriKG and interior design studio MarStudio have hired LA76 Photography to capture in photographs their work, design and decor details, as well as the entire ambiance of the place.
We’re happy our work has been selected to be featured in New York Times magazine.
Header photo as featured in NYTimes. On the collage clockwise from top left: one of the new treehouse guest rooms at Acre in Mexico (Daniela Fernandez); a Beso de Katrina mezcal cocktail with lime, pineapple, hibiscus syrup and oregano (Daniela Fernandez); the restaurant’s entrance (LA76 Photography).
About Acre Baja
Acre is a 25 acre piece of farmland adjacent to San Jose del Cabo. The restaurant, cocktail bar, event space and surrounding farms is the first phase. 12 tree-houses will be added to our palm forest shortly. Eventually the full 25 acres will be developed as a space for people to relax, learn, rejuvenate and celebrate. All efforts have been made to keep Acre true to its place. The very walls are made from compressing the surrounding earth. The shade structures are made with sticks from local palo de arco trees. All of the furniture, dishware, lighting and accessories come from the Baja or the Mexican mainland. It’s Acre’s belief that people appreciate authenticity in their surroundings. Acre is owned by Stuart McPherson & Cameron Watt.