Come Celebrate Easter at Café Coyote
Easter is the most widely celebrated religious holiday in Mexico. With the vast majority of Mexicans practicing Roman Catholicism, this might not come as a surprise.Because of this, the majority of students in Mexico have spring break over Holy Week, and it is thus one of the busiest travel weeks of the year.
In Mexico, Holy Week, or Semana Santa, is observed heavily throughout the weekthroughspecial masses and other practices, such as processions and plays. Easter Sunday itself is eagerly awaited and is the most important day of the year to the church. Packed celebrations are held in every church across the country. The atmosphere post-mass is joyous, and crowds bustle about, visiting local street vendors selling food and snacks, as well as toys. The country is reborn with the celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus.
See our Specials section for our special Easter menu!