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  • La Cosecha opens on Cinco de Mayo in Cesar Chavez Park

    Ernesto Delgado, owner and operator of the new restaurant, La Cosecha, in Cesar Chavez Park, envisions the park as a place for the young and old to gather and stroll through the plaza’s paths. Offering the taste of Mexico from the menu at La Cosecha, which translates to "The Harvest."

Ernesto Delgado, owner and operator of the new restaurant, La Cosecha, in Cesar Chavez Park, envisions the park as a place for the young and old to gather and stroll through the plaza’s paths. Offering the taste of Mexico from the menu at La Cosecha, which translates to "The Harvest." Jose Luis Villegas The Sacramento Bee
Ernesto Delgado, owner and operator of the new restaurant, La Cosecha, in Cesar Chavez Park, envisions the park as a place for the young and old to gather and stroll through the plaza’s paths. Offering the taste of Mexico from the menu at La Cosecha, which translates to "The Harvest." Jose Luis Villegas The Sacramento Bee
Carla Meyer

Carla Meyer

The Sacramento Bee’s dining critic knows good taste

New restaurant in Cesar Chavez Plaza is doing its civic duty, but how’s the burrito?

August 25, 2017 4:00 AM

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