Get in the Spirit of Mexico at Cafe Coyote’s Cinco de Mayo

Cafe Coyote, a beloved Mexican restaurant in Old Town San Diego, is gearing up for an exciting Cinco de Mayo weekend celebration. The festivities are set to kick off on Friday, May 3rd, and continue throughout the weekend, offering a festive and immersive experience for all patrons.

One of the highlights of the celebration will be the face painters, who will be on hand to transform guests into colorful works of art, with intricate designs and vibrant colors. Whether you’re looking to show off your love of Mexico with a patriotic flag painted across your cheek, or just looking for a fun way to get in the spirit of the holiday, the face painters at Cafe Coyote will have you covered.

As you stroll through the restaurant, you’ll be serenaded by the lively tunes of the strolling mariachi, who will be playing traditional Mexican songs that are sure to get you up and dancing. The beautiful costumes and impressive musicianship of the mariachi will transport you to the streets of Mexico, where music and celebration are always a part of daily life.

Of course, no Cinco de Mayo celebration would be complete without some delicious food, and Cafe Coyote has an impressive lineup of dishes that are sure to please. The Mexican Flag Chilaquiles and Enchiladas Banderas are both colorful and flavorful dishes that pay tribute to the colors of the Mexican flag, while the Cinco Trio Chips and Dip offer a delicious and shareable snack that’s perfect for the occasion.

Cafe Coyote’s Cinco de Mayo weekend celebration promises to be an exciting and immersive experience, full of color, music, and delicious food. Whether you’re a longtime fan of Mexican culture or just looking for a fun way to celebrate the holiday, Cafe Coyote is the perfect destination for a weekend of fun and festivities.


  • Mon-Thu: 11am-9pm
  • Fri: 8am-9pm
  • Sat: 8am-10pm
  • Sun: 8am-9pm

Phone – (619) 291-4695

Address – 2461 San Diego Ave, San Diego, CA 92110