I went to Port Chester yesterday with every intention of having brunch at Crossroads Cafe. I got there in plenty of time, remembering that brunch service ends at 11:30 (thanks to Sushisasha). CLOSED.
Closed for the Easter weekend. What to do? I've wanted to try El Tio too, but didn't have the address. Mexican food sounded good, so ended up at Coyote Flaco. The chips, salsa, and pico de gallo started us out on the right foot. The salsa was very fresh and tangy, the pico de gallo (?), green, spicy hot, but not too. I had a chicken tostada, fried plantains (wonderful, both sweet and savory, crispy outside, great texture. If you go, don't miss out on the chorizo appetizer in a sauce that you'll want to mop up with the good bread they serve along side.
Next will be El Tio or Crossroads Cafe, whichever comes first. And I've got to hit that Columbian bakery.