Dos Coyotes Border Cafe coming to Natomas

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Dos Coyotes Border Cafe coming to Natomas

Dos Coyotes Natomas Location

Plans to bring a fresh dose of Santa Fe-style food to Natomas are currently underway, with owner Trevor Sanders and the Coyote R15 group bringing the Davis-based Dos Coyotes Border Cafe to a new location on Del Paso Road. The local chain is known for its southwestern food, “humongous salads,” and seasonal farm-to-fork specials.

The new “border cafe” will be located at 2701 Del Paso Road Suite 160, between Papa Murphy’s and Jimmy Johns, in the North Natomas Town Center.

According to Mr. Sanders, construction expects to start in the spring, and the location will be open in the summer.

Dos Coyotes’ nearby location inside Market Square at Arden Fair features a casual adobe style interior, with quirky decorations including dried bunches of hot peppers hanging from the walls, with seating at copper-paneled tables or bar stools.

The first Dos Coyotes restaurant opened in North Davis in January 1991, with the food chain celebrating 25 years in 2016.

By |2018-02-08T12:49:31+00:00February 8th, 2018|Categories: Happenings, Outside Lands|Comments Off on Dos Coyotes Border Cafe coming to Natomas

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