Coco Beach Club
Rosarito’s Newest Upscale Multi Level Mega Club has arrived. Capacity of 3,500 people, 11 stock bars 3 VIP exclusive rooms, 3 dance floors, with a full ocean view terrace, state of the art sound, gogo dancers, mechanical bull, foam party, bikini and hard body, tequila games, bonfires, sports bar, taco shop, cigar shop, clothing store and restaurant serving lobster, seafood and Mexican dishes.
The most upscale, lavish and decadent night club Baja Mexico has ever seen! As you walk up the stairs and into the Mayan temple, you begin to experience the awakening of the dancing spirits within you as an amazingly transcendent mix of worldly house, Latin grooves, and tasteful hip hop pounce through your body like it's never done before.
Papas & Beer
Reputed for having long lines and massive crowds, Papas and Beer is also the biggest club on the west coast with 47 THOUSAND square feet of white sand, pure entertainment, 2 levels, 5 VIP rooms, 9 fully stocked bars, state of the art sound system, volleyball court, mechanical bull, rock climbing wall, recently added pool, a full cantina all put together to bring you the ultimate beach club!!!
Beachfront Club. State of the art sound system, 5 Fully Stocked Bars, Indoor/Outdoor Venue, Sand Lounge, Live Go-Go Dancers,
Laser Show. 5,000 capacity. No dress code. 18 and over. Doors Open @ 9:00PM... Close @ 5:00AM Daytime Activities: Pool Party & Sand Volleyball Tournament, Full Menu Restaurant.
Puerto Nuevo Lobster Village
Located just approximately 12 minutes south of Rosarito.
Puerto Nuevo-style lobster has been a phenomenon since 1956, when several women in the tiny fishing village south of Rosarito started dropping fresh lobsters into pots of bubbling oil and serving them to a few outsiders.
Last year, the still-small-but-now-bustling Puerto Nuevo served more than 672,000 deep-fried California rock lobsters.
Dozens of restaurants in Rosarito and the surrounding area served more.
More than 250 tons of the bottom-crawling crustaceans are pulled from Baja California waters each year just to feed the frenzy of lobster-loving tourists. Hundreds of additional tons are shipped in from elsewhere between mid-February and mid-September, when harvesting Baja California lobster is illegal.