About this Business
- Mexican, Cafe, Cuban, Latin American, Chicken
- Lunch, Dinner
From Our Editors
El Coyote Restaurant’s authentic flavors are anchored to its painstaking preparation. Servers mash and grind guacamole at the table using a molcajete, a traditional stone bowl. In the kitchen, cooks slather chicken with mole sauce, slow-cook pork shoulder in banana leaves, and orchestrate a bountiful seafood paella. They take care to make sure each plate leaves the kitchen looking as artistically presented as it was carefully composed. This steady-handed and keen-eyed approach extends to the eatery’s desserts and drinks. For instance, lines of chocolate syrup with dollops of whip cream zig zag up toward a ball of fried vanila ice cream for the helado frito dish. The Lime Boat margarita has a lime wedge pierced with a mini Mexican flag floating on a sea of Sauza Gold, Grand Marnier, and Cointreau.
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