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Horrible Service, Overpriced

I have been to Coyote Crossing three times and have always experienced poor service. Our waiter never returned after taking our order. The food was served cold and you had to read lips in order to have a conversation. The outdoor patio is very nice but they allow you to only order drinks if you like. It would cut down on the noise in the actual restaurant.

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Outdoor Bar

This place is really cool, but according to the sign on the door, it is not really a great place if you are looking for an outdoor bar....everyone sitting outside must order an entree, hence making it a restaurant!

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staggeringly, shockingly bad

In all of greater Philadelphia, this place gets my vote for the single worst place to eat EVER. Any positive review gives me pause. I've been there 5 times, so my bad experiences have not been flukes. I only returned because of planned celebrations there. On those occasions, I laid and won bets on the bad things that would happen to our party. More than once I ordered food, never received it, and met hostility when asking for it again. The staff openly treats you like they resent you. I cannot emphasize that enough. You're subject to more rules and restrictions than in grade school. They literally have them posted on the tables. The food is acceptable, but the prices are exorbitant for what you get. I'm about as mellow a diner as a restaurant can ask for, and even I cannot believe this place is still in business.

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I've been to Mexico as well as Texas many times and I don't know who the owners/cooks/servers at Coyote Crossing are trying to convince that they're serving authentic Mexican / Tex-Mex food. This place sucks! I've been here at least a dozen times and I ask myself why every time! Stick to the Tequila, Beer and chips; that's all the quality you've got! Anyone that wants to wait two hours for a table is crazy! Taco Bell has better food!!!

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downhill slide

Though the outside patio is very nice in the summer, the experience ends there. Recently the portion sizes have been cut in half while the prices have skyrocketed (the average lunch is over $15) The service has always been terribly slow, and they are in general more strict than welcoming. Two of us had ordered 3 appetizers to share, plus drinks, but were told that we had to choose from the (very expensive) entree menu to sit outside. The iron outdoor furniture is very pretty, but very uncomfortable, and the tables were not designed to eat a meal at as you can't pull the chair all the way in without bruising your shins! And if you can get past all of that, the food is just OK, and certainly not worth the wait.

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Can't get enough

I love this restaurant! Let's start off with the warm Mexican cafe atmosphere, complete with a large working woodburning fireplace on one end of the room. Then there are their margarita's--all kinds (many flavors) served any way you like (straight up, on the rocks, frozen). Any given night there are additions to the menu which make chosing one thing nearly impossible. My favorite was a crepe filled with shrimp which had first been sauteed in white wine--then the whole dish was smothered in flavorful pablano sauce. I have also enjoyed the chuncky homemade guacamole. Basically, everything on the menu is delicious. You won't find much of the usual Tex-mex fare here.

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Oh No Amigo!

Always start on a positive, the margaritas rocked! Then it all went downhill. First, the place is too loud, I had to read lips all night. Then I got my entree, talk about no value for the price! The service was horrendous and slow. Very disappointing and I won't go back.

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The most authentic Mexican food in the entire area!
Wonderful atmosphere, large portions, friendly staff. A bit noisy, but fun. Makes you feel like you're in a little part of Mexico!

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Very Disappointing

This used to be a favorite haunt for my husband and myself, as it was the site of our first date. However, our most recent visit last summer for my husband's birthday was a nightmare. The restaurant does not take reservations, and 4 of us arrived at 7 and waited two hours for a table (despite being told it would be a one-hr wait). Both bars indoors and out were jammed shoulder to shoulder. By the time we were seated and had our appetizers it was after 10pm. It was not a good experience and we will not return.

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Not Going Back

My boyfriend took me here for my birthday because I absolutely love Mexican food. The food was overpriced and bland. The restaurant was virtually empty and the service was STILL slow. I definitely will not be going back.

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Some areas could be better...

I've been here a few times for business lunches, and we've always been seated promptly. However, true to what the other reviews state, the waitstaff is sometimes negligent once you've been seated. I've also found the experience to be too ""relaxed"" (read: slow) to be a successful lunch hour trip, so it's reserved for special occasions. The price also limits the experience to special occasions, unless you are one of the patrons parking your Jag or Mercedes out front. Food? I've always enjoyed the ""authentic"" chips and salsa, and the Cuban sandwich is wonderful. The outdoor patio is a treat.

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bueno y malo

Good food, not-so-good service. On a recent Saturday night visit with 2 others, we were promptly seated on the patio, yet we must have turned invisible from that point on. We waited nearly 20 minutes for the waiter to approach to take our drink order, and another 20 for his return with our drinks and to take our food order. We didn't take it personally, though, since most of our fellow diners were ""enjoying"" the same experience. The food was very good, but we could have clearly run up the bar tab with at least 2 more drinks apiece had our pleasant, but inattentative, waiter returned before the end of our meal. Will I go back....? I don't know. If I do, I'll have to block out a pretty big chunk of time... and patience.

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Adult's Taco Bell

If you are searching for real Mexican food, keep driving out to Broad Axe, Center Square or Chalfont. Our dishes were heavy on rice and chips. The meat, chicken, chorizo, part was only two bites. It tries to be fancy Mexican food; but, you'll leave feeling cheated.

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nothing authentic about it~

I am new to the area and thought i would be getting a nice authentic meal...It is completely Americanized to obviously cater to those who do not know what authentic means. The owners know where they are as far as location and therefore can get away with the over priced food. I rate this similar to what i would rate Taco Bell or Chi-Chi's ! Nice for a happy hour but that's about it. Its the outdoor brick patio that does it.

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The atmospher is wonderful! Especially outside on the patio but if you're hungry at all stick with the fajitas. All the other meals are tiny. Our entire party left very hungry and $15 poorer. I'd suggest sticking to a drink and an appetizer and eating dinner somewhere else!

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Excellent and different with great atmosphere and great service. The food was excellent.

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Great Al Fresco Dining

The best part of this restaurant, is the out door dining area. It's lovely. The hostess will tell you there is an hour wait (but, I don't think that's always true). Get a pitcher of marguerita's and hang out. It's a fun night, in a beautiful outdoor garden.

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Coyote Crossing - Authentic Mexican Cuisine

General Info
For 20 Years Coyote Crossing has pride itself to offer a True selection of Gourmet mexican cuisine, very authentic without any twist to please the american, pleasing the most demanding "foodies" in the main line area. The Beautiful Mezcal Bar offers in a great setting a great choice of fresh made mexican Cocktails to par with the delicious Food. Also Coyote Crossing offers the Most beautiful magical outdoor dining area in the whole Philadelphia area. Voted " best Gourmet mexican restaurant" by Gourmet magazine, Coyote Crossing is a must try for those seeking Authentic Mexican cuisine.
Business History
20 years in Business, a true Gem and an Icon in the restaurant community. The most beautiful Outdoor Dining area in Philadelphia, serving Gourmet Mexican Cuisine.
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Phone: 610-825-3300

Phone: 484-368-3354

Regular Hours
Mon - Thu:
Fri - Sat:
Latin American Restaurants, American Restaurants, Bar & Grills, Bars, Caterers, Family Style Restaurants, Mexican Restaurants, Restaurants, Take Out Restaurants
Dinner, lunch, Catering, Bar
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Price Range
Located on the Corner of 8th and Spring Mill Ave in Conshohocken
Outdoor Dining, Private room, bar area, sports Tv's, Mezcal bar, Catering services
Considered one of the best Gourmet mexican restaurants by Gourmet magazine

Coyote Crossing - Conshohocken

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Other Information

Parking: Lot, Private

Wi-Fi: Free

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Good For Groups: Yes

Good for Kids: No

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Take Out: Yes

Cuisines: Caterers, Family Style, Mexican, American, Take Out, Latin American, Bar & Grills

Alcohol: Yes, Full Bar

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Price Range : Average

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