Legendary Cabo Restauranteur Mike Grzanich Has Passed Away

 Legendary Cabo Restauranteur Mike Grzanich Has Passed Away

Mike, born in Croatia, first arrived in Cabo in 1957 on a tuna boat and after several trips he sold his bars in California, moved to Cabo and founded the world famous Latitude 22+ restaurant in downtown Cabo San Lucas many years ago, later building his own current new location near Costco in 1999. He created his famous slogan “No Bad Days” in 1994 while waking up with a hangover on Medano beach. Mike has touched the hearts of so many and always knew the best jokes. Mike, you will never be forgotten by the thousands of people lucky enough to call you a friend. If you find yourself in need of a drink, raise a Jameson for Mike.

11 Comments

  • he will be missed 🙁

  • The old bastard!! Loved him and his restaurant. He will be missed 💞💞💞

  • His first bad day! RIP. 🙏🌴🌮

  • Sorry to hear this. I feel privileged to have known Mike for 3 decades. We’ll miss his jokes.

  • Been traveling to Cabo for the last 40 years and the vacation was never complete without stopping by Lattitude hoping to see Mike. He lived his life his way, and I was damn jealous! Huge loss for Cabo. End of an Era.

  • RIP
    You lived your life like you saw fit. You touched many lives and made more than a few to move and live their dream in Cabo

  • Many found memories from his Manhattan Beach days !! Sorry to hear of his latest health problem, think his legend here will last forever !!

  • Mike you will be missed. My Dad so enjoyed you waiting for his son in law Geoff to get off work in the boat yard. I just went to your place to bring back my ” No bad days’ T Shirt and stickers. Rest in peace

  • To all that knew Mike, what he did was American, bar and restaurant American style was like your in Cali.
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  • We’ll miss you Buddy! Your stories were all legendary, just like you.

    Calm seas and fair winds.

  • No Bad Days in Heaven! Sorry to hear of his loss. A true legend in Cabo with so many accomplishments. I always enjoy stopping by and seeing my dads picture on the wall. I hope the family carries on his legacy. R.I.P
    The Reeb Family

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