Traditional Mexican Food In the Heart of Old Town San Diego

tequila

Cafe Coyote Special Events

Easter 2014

Cafe Coyote offers delicious delights on Easter 2014!

Sunday, April 20, 2014 Easter Brunch Served from 7 AM to 4:00 PM

Easter 2014, Cafe Coyote Old Town, San Diego

It’s time to make plans for Easter 2014 on Sunday April 20th and Cafe Coyote in Historic Old Town will be just the place! Brunch is being served from 7:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. on Easter Brunch Sunday! There will be fun Easter Eggs for all the children who enjoy brunch with their families. Where else can the kids look forward to Banana Quesadillas for Easter other than Cafe Coyote! But it’s not all about the small ones this year; the bar staff at our award winning digs have whipped up a special breakfast cocktail with secret ingredients they won’t even tell us! You can count on some Tequila being included! A special brunch menu will feature traditional fare such as huevos rancheros and chilaquiles with scrambled eggs to be sure. In addition the chefs have created a few special treats such as shrimp chile relleno omelet that is stuffed full of grilled shrimp, green chile strips, queso, cilantro, and onions, then smothered with tomatillo chile sauce, melted cheese and sour cream. Now that your mouth is watering make your reservations early by calling 619-291-HOWL (4695) or visit us on the web atwww.cafecoyoteoldtown.com. Enjoy a unique and beautiful holiday at the award winning Cafe Coyote this Easter 2014 Sunday!

St. Patrick’s Day at Cafe Coyote

Cafe Coyote goes Celtic for a Saint Patrick’s Day Feast!

St. Patrick’s Day – Monday, March 17

St. Patrick’s Day, March 17, 2014 – Celebrate St. Paddy’s Day, Monday, March 17th with a Mexican flare! There is plenty of green to go around with fresh house made guacamole and fresh handmade greet tortillas! Worried about keeping tradition? No need to kick the shamrocks to the curb! Come on down to Cafe Coyote in Old Town and enjoy your Corned beef and cabbage taco style! We are serving Corned Beef Has Ruben Tacos all night long starting at 3pm for just $2 each. Not feeling daring enough for a taco? We’ve got you covered with an entrée featuring corned beef hash, cabbage, red potatoes, beans and cafe coyote’s famous handmade tortillas in your favorite shade of Irish green! Fancy an Irish cocktail as well? You can just feel the leprechauns smilin’ down upon you while you enjoy a Shamrock Margarita or two just waiting for you for you here at Cafe Coyote! Turn your St. Patrick’s Day into a real fiesta by getting the day started out right with a corned beef and hash breakfast for just $9.95 served from 7:00 to 11:00 a.m. Call 619-291-HOWL (4695) or visit us on the web at www.cafecoyoteoldtown.com to make your reservations!

National Margarita Day!

National Margarita Day!

National Margarita Day: Old Town, San Diego CA

Viva la Margarita! Now is the time to celebrate one of the finest cocktails ever created: The Margarita! Join us as we cheer, chill, and enjoy National Margarita Day on February 22, 2014 at Cafe Coyote.

Overflowing Margarita!

Satisfy your need for a delicious margarita and experience one of Cafe Coyote’s 20 featured margaritas for only $5 for the first one. You definitely can’t miss it! Come visit us during the Happy Hour from 3:30PM-6:00PM to enjoy as many flavours your tequila-loving corazon desires—from sweet margaritas like strawberry and mango, to zesty combinations like jalapeno-lime and chipotle-pineapple–all for only $5! Do not forget to say the ‘passcode’–‘Viva la Margarita!” and your Cafe Coyote tequila ambassadors will keep the margaritas flowin’!

Cafe Coyote Old Town is the winner of Best Mexican 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 & 2013 and was featured on Food Network’s Heat Seekers. Cafe Coyote is located at 2461 San Diego Ave. San Diego, CA 92110 and showcases traditional, award winning Mexican cuisine. For more details on our February promotions and to make your reservations for either event, please visit us on the web at www.cafecoyoteoldtown.com or call Benjamin Nicholls at McFarlane Promotions at 619.233.5008 or on his cell at 619.252.5826.

Cafe Coyote’s Dia Del Amor for Valentine’s Day

Cafe Coyote’s Dia Del Amor for
Valentine’s Day

Friday, February 14, 2014 – Sunday, February 16, 2014

Dia del Armor for Valentine’s Day: Old Town, San Diego, CA – Margaritas for Valentine’s Day, you bet! There’s nothing more romantic that the historic charm of San Diego’s Old Town for your Valentine’s Day celebration with a loved one! Add some fun to the romance with a fiesta at Café Coyote. Our city’s finest homemade Mexican fare will be served with an elegant flare with a prix fixe menu featuring lobster. Your dinner will include Mexican style rice, handmade tortillas, refried beans, fresh salsa and melted butter along with a choice of soup or salad and a dessert for just $36.95 per person. A two course meal will also be available at $25 per person. Cozy up and share a few handcrafted margaritas in some adventurous flavors! Join us at Café Coyote to make your Valentine’s Day one to remember!

For reservations or more information visit us at cafecoyoteoldtown.com or call us at 619-291-4695.

Celebrating Mothers Day/Dia de las Madres

Mariachis, Margaritas, Molotes and More! Make Mama’s Day at Cafe Coyote

Did you know that Mothers Day in Mexico is celebrated a day earlier than in the U.S.? There is a good reason to celebrate! Being right on the border of Mexico means we get to celebrate Mothers Day twice isn’t that nice?

This year, Mexican Mothers Day, “Dia de las Madres,” is on May 10 and the U.S. Mothers Day is celebrated Sunday, May 13. According to Mexican tradition, the children of the honored mothers come to the family home on the evening before Dia de las Madres to thank their mothers for all their hard work in raising them. On the day itself, colorful flowers and gifts are given. Mothers are feted with a rainbow of flowers, food and festivities and of course lots of love!

In the U.S., we tend to take Mama to her favorite place to eat and shower her with flowers, chocolates and corsages. One definite thing both the U.S. and Mexican celebrations of mothers have in common is food and fun. That is why Cafe Coyote in historic Old Town is the perfect place to treat your Mama to the best in food, fun and festivities. Whether you’re saying, “Muchas gracias, Mama” or “Thank you, Mom,” Cafe Coyote is the perfect choice!

Cafe Coyote is now accepting reservations for Dia de Las Madres and Mother’s Day (May 10-13). Some of the scrumptious specials will include: Menudo, Molotes, Huaraches (shaped like sandals!), Pollo Boracho, Mole de Pollo, Cochinita Pibil and Camarones Mojo de Ajo.

Sweet Mama will love her Tres Leches Cupcake, Margarita Cheesecake or Sweet Pineapple Tamale dessert, as well.
Strolling mariachis and a complimentary Mexican paper flower for each mom complete the celebrations at one of San Diego’s premier Mexican restaurants.

Cafe Coyote Restaurant is at 2461 San Diego Avenue in Old Town. Phone number is 619-291-4695. For more information, visit www.cafecoyoteoldtown.com.