A few months ago, a new restaurant opened in town: Coyote Blues, a sort of Southwestern/Mexican grill. I'm not even joking when I say that Jackson has a new Mexican restaurant at least once a month...it's getting a little ridiculous. I don't usually pay them any attention, but Coyote Blues looked dang spiffy. Plus it took over the location of what used to be the most ritzy eatery in Jackson, so it must be good....right? From the beginning I heard good things about the food. It was different, it was fresh, and people liked it! Of course everyone complained about the price, but around here a $25 meal is like "alright, honey, we gotta get a second mortgage on the house." Honestly, I don't mind paying a little more for better food.
So I tried Coyote Blues with some colleagues and I love it! These pictures are actually from the second time I went, which was for Sarah's birthday. It's actually a really nice atmosphere, and kind of perfect for lunch. If you're passing through Jackson, I would definitely recommend it! You can see it from the interstate, but you'd probably need directions to actually get to it...Jackson is funny that way.
They bring out this delicious creamy sauce with the salsa. I can't figure out what it is, but it's soooo good!
Sarah gets a veggie enchilada, I think. She says it's really good, but I haven't tried it yet. It looks good! I love the cheese they put on top of a lot of their dishes. Oh, you should probably go to the gym after you eat here...I mean unless you just get a salad, which would be silly.
They even have good burgers! I got the Southwestern burger, which was incredible. I got fries with mine, but they also have these amazing cheese grits as a side choice. Am I making your mouth water?
We ate so much we had to take the elevator back at work. Ok, so we probably should have taken the stairs to combat all those calories, but it was hard to move!