Feast on Authentic Plates at Coyote Crossing

Exceptional dining is right around the corner from your new home with Courts at Spring Mill Station. Less than one minute away, you can enjoy an outstanding Mexican dining experience influenced by Grandma's cooking.

A Brazilian Dream

Coyote Crossing is the dream of a Brazilian native, Carlos Melendez. Carlos incorporates his grandmother's favorite regional recipes along with traditional Mexican dishes to create a superb menu.

Choose from steak, shrimp, and chicken entrees along with soup and salads. Test your taste buds with a Coyote Crossing classic dish, Tampiquena; a filet mignon served with a baked mole enchilada, sauteed poblano, onion with cream, chilaquiles, refried beans, and fresh guacamole. Try the Molcajete, an entree which includes strips of grilled cactus. Where else in Pennsylvania will you find grilled cactus on the menu?

If you are a late riser, you're in luck. Coyote Crossing serves brunch from 11:00 am to 2:30 pm Wake up to traditional Mexican breakfast dishes such as huevos con chile ancho, huevos divorciados and more.

Mezcal Bar in Conshohocken

Coyote Crossing is the first and only Mezcal bar in Conshohocken. The bar carries fifteen different types of Mezcal. Only the freshest ingredients are used while creating the cocktails. Not an agave drinker? No worries, wine, beer, and spirits are available.

The atmosphere at Coyote Crossing is warm and rustic. Designed with relaxation in mind; enjoy the leather-back chairs, southwestern artwork, and warm glowing fireplace during those cold Pennsylvania nights. During the warmer months, you can dine with a picturesque view from the outdoor patio.

Come and experience one man's dream and his grandmother's authentic recipes right in your hometown. If you would like more information concerning the Courts at Spring Mill Station and the surrounding area, please feel free to contact us.