Custom Landscape Borders 9681 Pasture Rose Way, Elk Grove, CA95624 Custom Landscape Borders provides landscaping services in the Elk Grove area. The office specializes in landscaping…More consultation and contracting for commercial and residential sites.
On the Border Mexican Grill & Cantina was founded in 1984 out of Dallas, Texas. Beautiful wooden floors and…More tables with Southwestern decor, such as the chandeliers made of antique authentic Mexican beer bottles, make you feel as though you are either on a Hollywood set, or in a real, traditional cantina. Tempting appetizers followed by soups and salads will begin your meal with tacos, fajitas, enchiladas, burritos and chimis to follow. The dessert menu is hard to pass up, featuring border brownie sundae, chocolate turtle empanadas, Mexican flan and Kahlua ice cream pie.
Kids menu is available. Enjoy lunches until 4PM, and open for dinner afterwards. There is a full bar on the premises with Happy hour from 2 -5 during week days.
Jean & Lyndon Hawkins Park 2301 Bastona Dr, Elk Grove, CA95758 Jean & Lyndon Hawkins Park is located at the corner of Harbour Point and Bastona Drive in west Elk Grove. This…More quaint park has a lot to offer for its modest size, there is a half basketball court, playground and pavilion with picnic tables. In addition, the park borders a stretch of wetlands.
Michael A. Caterio Park 4101 Windy Cove Dr, Elk Grove, CA95758 Michael A. Caterino Park is a small park tucked away in the southeast corner of the Laguna West community. There is not…More much shade to be found because the park is mostly populated by saplings, but there are a great deal of tall pine trees bordering the park. The park is a great spot to enjoy some fresh air.
Jones Family Park 8840 Shasta Lily Dr, Elk Grove, CA95624 The Jones Family Park is one of the area's larger parks, spanning more than 17 acres. Bordered by wetlands on all sides,…More this park features a playground, tennis courts, a basketball court, restrooms and two baseball fields. There's also a big parking lot.
Panda South 7419 Laguna Blvd, Elk Grove, CA95758 Panda South is a casual, dine-in Chinese restaurant located in the Borders shopping center on the corner of Laguna…More Boulevard and Bruceville Road. The restaurant offers a large menu and take-out service. Panda South also caters and will host large parties for any event.
Paul & Dorothy Hrepich Park 8620 Black Kite Dr, Elk Grove, CA95624 Paul & Dorothy Hrepich Park can be found right off of Elk Grove-Florin Rd. Although the park is small, it has a…More large enough field that can be great for a game of catch or frisbee. There are a few small trees and saplings bordering the walkway towards the playground, at the center of the park. There, you will find a pavillion with a few picnic tables.
Del Meyer Park 9265 Elk Grove Florin Rd, Elk Grove, CA95624 Del Meyer Park is just south of Bond Road on Elk Grove Florin Blvd. The park appears to be little more than a parking…More lot, but in reality it connects to a long bike path and running trail that borders Laguna Creek and winds through all of Elk Grove. The District is planning on expanding the park even further. If you follow the trail South-East you will eventually reach Jack E Hill Park. This park offers you an entrance into the beautiful and serene wetlands of Elk Grove.
Dos Coyotes Border Cafe 8519 Bond Rd, Elk Grove, CA95624 Dos Coyotes serves Tex-Mex and South Western food. Dos Coyotes menu is trans-fat free, all natural and contains no MSG.…More Dos Coyotes serves angus beef and cheese from Petaluma, Calif. This restaurant offers seasonal specials and a light menu. Dos Coyotes has been recognized by the Sacramento Environmental Commission for demonstrating leadership towards the protection and enhancement of the environment. Dos Coyotes features art from Santa Fe as well as local artists.
Jack E. Hill Park 9380 Porto Rosa Dr, Elk Grove, CA95624 Jack E. Hill Park is in east Elk Grove. The park borders the wetlands and a trail that follows Laguna Creek that leads…More west towards Del Meyer Park or east into the unincorporated parts of the valley. There is a baseball field, restrooms, a parking lot, playground and a wide open field perfect for volleyball or football. There is also plenty of shade to be found from the many trees that dot the park.