When I worked on Wilshire and San Vicente (Eastside) years ago, a favorite after-work spot was The Dog, a.k.a. El Coyote Cafe. I never really understood why because the food wasn’t all that impressive to me but apparently after being around as long as this place has been, this L.A. institution is allowed to have some flaws. And after it’s gone on record as serving 1,000 meals a day, what do I know? It must be what are known as the city’s best margaritas that keeps packing ’em in.
From AOL Cityguide:
Margaritas are the libation of choice, and some call them the best in town. They come in both the house variety and fruity flavors like melon and strawberry, and are always strong enough to trick you into thinking you ordered a double — without having to pay for a double.
In celebration of 75 years in bizness, El Coyote Cafe is throwing the ultimate fiesta. They’ll be serving up 75-cent dinner specials all night long on Monday, March 13th. You can also enjoy their world famous margaritas while listening to the mariachi band and even enter to win prizes (travel tickets, etc.) Arriba!
EVENT: Monday, March 13th all night long
7312 Beverly Boulevard
Los Angeles, California 90036
Cross Street: Fuller Ave.
Hours: Sun-Thu 11am-10pm; Fri-Sat 11am-11pm