Day of the Dead

(Photo Credit: COYO Taco)

Día de Los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, the Mexican holiday that celebrates those who have passed with food, drink and tradition, kicks off Tuesday, November 1 and Miami’s first taqueria/speakeasy COYO Taco is celebrating with 50% off signature tacos including Pollo Al Carbon, Coliflor, Al Pastor and Cochinita tacos as well as half off COYO premium margaritas, beer, wine and select cocktails from 4-7 p.m. With COYO’s ‘Todo es Fresco’ (or ‘Everything Fresh’) philosophy, guests can expect authentic tacos made with hand-pressed tortillas, locally sourced and naturally raised ingredients, and unforgettable flavors.

About COYO Taco

Miami’s freshest street food experience, COYO Taco is a trendy and laid back taqueria serving authentic Mexican fare with a modern twist. In January 2015, Coyoacan native Alan Drummond, along with vibe visionary Sven Vogtland, joined forces with seasoned Chef/partner Scott Linquist, to create a restaurant concept that the city of Miami has come to know and love. COYO’s flagship restaurant-venue is located in the heart of Miami’s Wynwood Arts District, and is open for lunch, dinner, and late-night service. The chic, yet simple space features indoor/outdoor dining with communal seating, and a speakeasy lounge complete with a collection of Mezcals and a weekly rotation of cutting-edge music programming, all complemented by a state of the art sound system. At COYO, guacamole is smashed to order and tortillas are handcrafted in Mexican tradition. Staying true to its Todo es Fresco or ‘Everything Fresh’ philosophy, produce is locally sourced, meat and seafood are naturally raised, and signature margaritas are made from scratch. COYO Taco has five locations in South Florida with international outposts in Santo Domingo, Paris and Lisbon.