Dear Café Coyote patrons,
We are looking forward to the arrival of our annual Cinco de Mayo celebration here in the historic Old Town district of San Diego, California. San Diegans have been celebrating Cinco de Mayo at the Fiesta Old Town celebration for the past 27 years with 200,000 visitors joining the festivities last year. Cinco de Mayo, or the Fifth of May celebration, commemorates the victory of the Mexican militia over the French army at the Battle of Puebla in 1862, located in the south-central part of Mexico. Not to be confused with Mexico’s Independence Day on September 16th, Cinco de Mayo has become a popular holiday in the United States–and this year’s celebration promises to be a grand fiesta.
Café Coyote has been participating in Fiesta Old Town for 21 years and looks forward to welcoming you this year. Saturday, May 1st and Sunday, May 2nd will feature activities that the entire family can enjoy: live bands, arts and crafts, unique food and visitors from all over the world are only a few of the attractions. Wednesday, May 5th is tailored for the 21 and over crowd when Café Coyote throws the biggest Cinco de Mayo party in town. There is ample space to everyone to enjoy the fiesta. We invite you to join us to enjoy an outstanding selection of Tequila, beer, and specialty cocktails and by delicious Mexican food in a beautiful setting–you won’t find a more perfect place to celebrate Cinco de Mayo.
Café Coyote, Old Town, San Diego.