Published on December 16th, 2015 | by Sactown Magazine

A new Mexican restaurant set to open in Cesar Chavez Plaza

La Cosecha will feature hanging pendant lamps, cherry wood accents and refrigerated displays filled with house-made grab-and-go sandwiches and salads.

Cesar Chavez Plaza will soon be home to a new restaurant from Tequila Museo Mayahuel owner and restaurateur Ernesto Delgado.

Delgado—who is also launching the forthcoming Mesa Mercado in Carmichael’s Milagro Centre—plans to bring La Cosecha, a casual Mexican restaurant with a full bar, a daily market and grab-and-go selections like salads and sandwiches, to Cesar Chavez Plaza by May 2016.

La Cosecha, meaning “the harvest” in Spanish, will occupy the building on the west side of the park, which, until December 2014, housed the casual lunchtime eatery Café Soleil. Delgado will operate the restaurant as an extension of Mayahuel, in partnership with the City of Sacramento, Downtown Sacramento Partnership and the city’s Parks and Recreation Department, with financing from Golden Pacific Bank, in a combined effort to activate the park.

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