Coyo Taco opens Brickell location

Coyo Taco is an authentic Mexican Street Food experience open firstly in the heart of Wynwood, Miami. Now they are opening a second location at Axis Building Brickell. They have long endeavored to bring to Miami an authentic Mexican Street Food experience. They worked tirelessly to elevate the offering by ensuring that their ingredients are 100% natural, locally sourced and staying true to their Todo Es Fresco or ‘Everything is Fresh’ philosophy. This means that all of their vegetables are farm fresh, sourced from local farmers they know, and that their meat and poultry are free-range, naturally raised (free of antibiotics and growth hormones) and humanely treated. Their guacamoles are made fresh daily and their tortillas are hand-crafted on-site in the strict Mexican tradition. Here is more information about Coyo Taco Brickell :

 

According to New Times :

“The menu at the Brickell outpost will be similar to the one at the Wynwood location. “I’m literally sitting down working on the menu now,” Linquist says. We’re going to start with our current menu and add some items from the Shore Club pop-up, like the grouper taco and the lobster taco. The chef says a recent trip inspired an additional menu item he’s working on. We were just in Peru doing a pop-up, and we did a lot of food tasting. I’m going to do a crispy octopus with an ají amarillo aioli. We’ll also have some more new and exciting stuff that we’re adding to the menu.” written by Laine Doss.

 

According to Urban Daddy :

“Yep. New location. And this time around, they’ve swapped the funky street art scene of their Wynwood counterpart for a bigger spot in the middle of the Brickell hustle. Everybody deserves a taco break. Now, there’s plenty of room for making serious business out of some grouper or lobster tacos. Which, incidentally, are new to this spot. But if investigating the intricacies of an overstuffed torta is more your speed, then by all means—the bright-blue picnic table with the hot sauce beckons. Also new here: a patio. Prime real estate for settling in with some coworkers over icy Mexican beers. And soon, you can add micheladas and sangria to that list.”

 

According to Real Deal :

“The new Mexican eatery signed a five-year lease with the option for up to two five-year extensions, partner and executive chef Scott Linquist told The Real Deal. When it opens in May, the interior space will span 2,900 square feet with about 2,200 square feet of outdoor space. Linquist declined to disclose lease rates. The previous tenant was El Corral, a burger restaurant out of Colombia, and before that, Kokoriko. The menu and design will be similar to the Wynwood location, which is next to Panther Coffee. Coyo also opened a pop-up at the Shore Club in Miami Beach, but that closed at the end of March. The new Brickell location will be open seven days a week, according to a press release.” written by Katherine Kallergis.

 

Stay tuned at Miami City Social for more information.