Build Your Own Brunch With Miami’s Top Chefs

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On Saturday, April 8, United Way of Miami-Dade Young Leaders will host an interactive cooking and eating experience, Build Your Own Brunch B.Y.O.B., modeled after VeritageMiami’s wildly popular Interactive Dinner. Guests will prepare a three-course brunch, under the tutelage of some of Miami’s most innovative chefs, Eileen Andrade of Finka Table & Tap, Jhonnatan Contreras of Toro Toro Miami and Scott Linquist of Coyo Taco and Olla.

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Nom News: March 17, 2017

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March 17, 2017

Each Friday, we compile South Florida food-related news and events that we couldn’t fit on the site earlier in the week, as well as other local news that piques our interest. Want to be included in next week’s roundup? Shoot us an email at bark@miamifoodpug.com.

Here’s your weekly dose of nom.

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Wag Wednesday: Scott Linquist and Alexandria Guerra & Strummer

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Since starting the blog, we’ve interviewed many members of the hospitality industry, and one constant among the interviewees has been a profound love for their pets. We thought it would be great to share this love with our readers.

That’s why we launched an ongoing feature called “Wag Wednesday” to showcase industry peeps and their pets. Know someone who wants to be featured? Email us at bark@miamifoodpug.com.

This week, we’re featuring Scott Linquist, Chef/Owner of Olla and Chef/Partner of Coyo TacoAlexandria Guerra, Culinary Publicist; and their Weimaraner, Strummer.

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Coyo Taco Brings Tasty Tacos and Tortas to Brickell

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Brickell residents and visitors have a new place to get their taco fix: Coyo Taco. The Wynwood eatery opened a second location at Axis Brickell (1111 SW 1st Avenue) back in May, bringing its beloved Mexican street food experience across town. Guests can expect many of the classics from the original outpost, plus several items specific to the Brickell branch.

When we’re in Brickell and in the mood for Mexican food, we usually think of Cantina La Veinte. However, that’s not a place we can afford to eat at every day … but Coyo Taco is. Having visited Coyo’s Wynwood location and the now-defunct Shore Club location, we know to expect quality food at a reasonable price point.

For us, Coyo Taco is just what the neighborhood needs: a reliable fast-casual Mexican restaurant that won’t break the bank and is open late. And now with even more delicious items on the menu, it’s no surprise that Coyo has quickly become a neighborhood favorite.

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