Celebrate Mexican Independence with El Grito at Cafe Coyote
September 16 commemorates Mexico’s 203rd Anniversary of Independence from Spanish rule in 1810, which also lead to 11 years of revolution that began in 1910-1921 and toppled dictator Porfirio Diaz. Mexicans all over the world celebrate Mexico’s Independence from Spanish rule every 15th of september with El Grito (The cry of Independence).
Celebrate at Cafe Coyote with a reenactment of El grito and a Fiesta!
Sunday, September 15th 6-9pm El Grito Reenactment 8:45pm
Sopes Chorizo Y Papa
Three little Fried Masa Cakes topped with Chorizo, Potato, Lettuce, Cheese & Salsa. Garnished with a small Cabbage, Salsa Fresca and Cotija salad.
A Cheese Enchilada with Red Sauce, a Shrimp Enchilada with White sauce and a Chicken Enchilada with Green Sauce.
Horchata Rice Pudding
Served with rice and beans.
September Drink Specials
Green, White and Red Margarita in Honor of the Mexican Flag!
“El Grito” Tamarindo Margarita
Gold Tequila, Triple Sec, Tamarindo, Sweet-n-sour Fresh lime.
Make it a Grande
Smooth and Clean with Woody and Citrus flavors.
Aged 11 months. Has wood, Vanilla and Cinnamon notes.
Aged Two Years, smooth with cooked Agave and Dried Fruit Flavor.
Suprema Anejo $45
Aged 49 Months, Acomplex balance of cooked Agave, Rich Vanilla, Toasted Oak and Dried Fruit.
Make It a Cointreau Margarita
Old Town Tequila Trail
Join Cafe Coyote and Herradura Tequila!
Herradura Tastings at Cafe Coyote
Tastings and Entertainment throughout Old Town
Thursday, September 19th 6-9pm
Buy your tickets at Cafe Coyote for $35
Benefits Old Town Chamber of Commerce!