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    Looking for post-Coe CHOW recommendations

    Our fav post-Laguna chow-fest is Chipotles.

    Ain't none in Gilroy.

    Where do you get grub after riding there?

    Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rideslikeagirl
    Our fav post-Laguna chow-fest is Chipotles.

    Ain't none in Gilroy.

    Where do you get grub after riding there?

    Thanks!
    We usually eat at Super T in Morgan Hill. Off of Tenant and Monterey.
    http://www.burritophile.com/user_rev...d=1397&uid=158
    Super Taqueria
    15840 Monterey St
    Morgan Hill, CA 95037
    (408) 778-3730

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    BUENO!! Exactly what I was looking for.

    Thanks - sounds perfect
    I knew I did not want to end up in a dark wooden box in the cold ground. If nothing else, at least I wanted to be buzzard shat on a rock in the sun.
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    Burritos, the perfect after ride meal

    There's a SuperT in Gilroy which is closer to the driving route to Hunting Hollow. Here: URL="http://maps.google.com/maps?q=401+E+10th+St+Gilroy,+CA+95020"]http://maps.google.com/maps?q=401+E+10th+St+Gilroy,+CA+95020[/URL]

    There's also chinese, pizza, sanwishes also near 101 and 152(east) in "Gilroy Crossing". A local burrito joint was also opening in that shopping center last time I looked. I intend to check it out soon.

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    Usually the only thing open when I get done riding at Coe is Denny's

    But I'm gonna have to check out that Mexican place after my next day ride.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jorgemonkey
    Usually the only thing open when I get done riding at Coe is Denny's
    That's what I'm afraid of!!

    Guess I'd better mapquest that good, ol' Denny's just in case...
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    Super T

    If you want Mexican, there is NO other option. Super T. is the place...
    There is no food served in Santa Cruz, the rangers just bulldozed it all. - jschwart73

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    Quote Originally Posted by rideslikeagirl
    That's what I'm afraid of!!

    Guess I'd better mapquest that good, ol' Denny's just in case...
    That Denny's is easy to get to. Its right next to the Outlets on 152
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    Whew! Didn't have to settle for the Grand Slam after all.

    You guys were right on the money...Super T ROCKS!

    Nothing like four, happy, freshly de-flowered Coe-virgins pouring themselves into a booth with some big, ol' burritos and salsa. We're lucky we still have all our fingers.

    Cheers and thanks again-
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    Two words: Maui Taco

    (In Gilroy, in the mega shopping center that's on highway 152, near 101.)

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    Two more words...

    Quote Originally Posted by finlayson
    Two words: Maui Taco

    (In Gilroy, in the mega shopping center that's on highway 152, near 101.)

    Ross.
    Two more words: Tony's Taqueria

    For my post ride meal, I checked this place out. It's on the south side of 152 at the same intersection. Big thumbs up. I had two grande tacos, one chicken and one chile verde. These were served as double layer corn tortillas with melted cheese and meat. The meat was stewed so very tender and flavorful. Authentic flavors. I will visit again. Melted cheese, yum.

    As I see it, go to Maui Tacos if you want grilled meats or fish, or want to give your order to some hot looking teenagers. MT also has some adequately hot salsas, if that's your thing. Go to Tony's (or SuperT) if you want mom's cooking. If your a vegetarian, I'd just bet that Tony's will be better.

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