Board OKs out­door seats for eatery

Palm Beach Daily News - - OPINION - By ALEESE KOPF

A Mi­ami-based taco restau­rant likely will be able to have out­door seats when it opens this fall in Palm Beach.

Coyo Taco re­ceived a rec­om­men­da­tion from the Land­marks Preser­va­tion Com­mis­sion on Wed­nes­day to al­low 26 out­door seats at its spot in the south­west cor­ner of the his­toric Royal Poin­ciana Plaza. The Town Coun­cil has to give fi­nal ap­proval.

The taque­ria plans to put three, six-per­son ta­bles with um­brel­las on the pa­tio near the foun­tain, as well as four, two-per­son ta­bles on the cov­ered ter­razzo walk­way near the restau­rant.

“Now that Sant Am­broeus’ out­door din­ing has rein­vig­o­rated the east court­yard pa­tio, Up Mar­kets de­sires to bring to life the west court­yard pa­tio,” the ap­pli­ca­tion reads.

The in­side of the restau­rant, which was ap­proved in March, will have 54 seats.

Last month, the coun­cil allowed Sant Am­broeus to move 20 seats to the pa­tio be­side the plaza’s east foun­tain. Coun­cil mem­bers ap­proved an or­di­nance in Fe­bru­ary al­low­ing plaza ten­ants to re­quest out­door seats.

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