Mexican Street Food Style

It’s finally here. The day we’ve all been waiting for. National Burrito Day, a celebration of everyone’s favorite gastronomic delight. But this year, we’re rejoicing over this rolled tortilla mixed with rice and beans, pico de gallo, crema, and pastor with a new to the block hot spot that’s taking over the Mexican street food scene from Miami to the Dominican Republic and Panama with their fresh authentic ingredients and handcrafted on site burritos.

Coyo Taco, helmed by taco extraordinaire Scott Linquist, the former National Executive Chef of Dos Caminos in New York, is a grab and go meets speakeasy outpost that’s turning up the heat with authentic Mexican flavors. Wrapping lines around the block, Coyo Taco churns out as many as 1000 tortillas a day. And with a celebrity clientele including Miami Heat NBA champion Dwyane Wade and President Barack Obama, this Mexican taco joint is tantalizing taste buds with their made to order smashed guacamole and straightforward traditions like Al Pastor Tacos made with pork, roasted pineapple, and onions and seductively cheesy quesadillas crafted with your choice of Pollo al carbon, pastor, cochinita pibil, hongos, carnitas de pato, carne asada, alambre, or camaron.

But this nonstop street food party isn’t only a haven for Mexican classics like tacos and quesadillas, but burritos. Open late night, we suggest heading to their secret bar nestled behind the kitchen home to world known EDM dj’s like Diplo and grabbing a burrito with pollo, al carbon, or pastor. This sacred holiday will be effortlessly complete and if you cant resist coming back for more, we recommend jet setting to their newest addition opening this coming year in Paris. We guarantee it will be bring all the spice.

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