Two Months of Fiestas at Coyote Crossing

Coyote Crossing is celebrating its 20th year howling with two months of specials and events. For history buffs, Coyote Crossing is the longest running bar and restaurant in Conshohocken. For BYOB’s it is Spring Mill Cafe. Coyote got the top spot when Totaro’s closed three years ago.

Here is what you can expect through November:

The official Dia de los Muertos is November 1st, but Coyote Crossing is kicking off the weekend on Friday, October 28th with its celebration. There will be beer specials such as $5 Negro Modelo, Negro Especial, DosXX Lager and Amber. $23 Beer Buckets with five Mexican beers and five tequila shots. You also get 10% off your food bill if you come in costume. Coyote will also be holding a raffle with prizes where all proceeds go to “Beats for Bella”.

Throughout the two months there all types of specials for Happy Hour, dinner, etc., plus a Howling Party on November 19th. For all the details click here.