Just about every big neighborhood in Miami has its own Coyo Taco, and Brickell is part of that club. This casual shop generally isn’t as crowded as the one in Wynwood, but it also doesn’t have as much personality. They still serve the same very good tacos that have us willing to stand in line for 20 minutes - the al pastor, duck carnitas, and fried grouper tacos are all solid picks. There are also burritos in case a few tacos just won’t cut it.
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