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Avocados + SuperBowl Sunday At Cafe Coyote

Did you know that more Avocados are consumed on SuperBowl Sunday than all other days combined?! A staggering 53.5 million pounds of avocados will be consumed on Sunday!

Every day at Cafe Coyote we serve up fresh avocado in many of our traditional Mexican dishes and of course, to make our famous homemade guacamole(a guest favorite).

We know the Superbowl is a time for families to get together, so we hope we can accomodate you and your family this SuperBowl Sunday in our Puerto Vallarta room for the game where we will be offering up specials and delicious fare and showing the game on our numerous HD televisions.

If you will be spending the game at home, we  still wanted to give you the ability to bring a little fiesta, Cafe Coyote-style,  to your SuperBowl feast.

Enjoy!

Cafe Coyote’s Fresh Guacamole Recipe

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3 Ripe Haas Avocados (we only use Haas because of rich buttery flavor)

½ Med White Onion chopped finely

1 Small Bunch of Fresh Cilantro Chopped

1 Jalapeño chopped finely

Juice of one Lemon

Salt to taste

One diced tomato, optional

Mash Avocados and Add all other ingredients.  Stir to desired consistency.  Add extra Jalapeño if you like it a little spicier.  Serve with Fresh Tortillas Chips or cut Vegetables for a healthy snack.

July, We Celebrate At Cafe Coyote!

Cafe Coyote is having a fantastic July! We started out the month celebrating our win as Best Mexican from San Diego Magazine Readers Poll!

We have loved all that the World Cup has had to offer this month, and anticipate a great showing this Sunday for the World Cup Final (07/11–11:30 a.m.) , where the Netherlands will take on Spain! Make sure you get in early and join us for $3 beer refills and keep the glass!

We are also celebrating American Independence throughout the entire month of July —  Make sure you drop by for a Red, White, and Blue Margarita!

This month is Tabasco Month! No, not the hot sauce from Lousiana–we are talking about the Region of Tabasco in Mexico. Nestled along the southern coast of the Gulf of Mexico, Tabasco, with 145 miles of Coastline, is a state of impressive Heritage and bountiful Natural Resources. The refined cooking of the Mayans, use of Chiles and Herbs, coupled with Fresh Seafood, Makes Tabasco’s Traditional dishes truly delicious. Try some of our Great Regional Specials and Taste what Tabasco has to offer for yourselves!The taste that

matters in old town san diego restaurants.

Hasta Pronto!