All in the Family

With the introduction of a new Albany supper club, the Serroukas clan continues to expand their restaurant empire

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Coyote Grill

The Coyote Grill


The Coyote Grill is meant to resemble a 1950s American roadhouse, but with a sleeker look and none of the “garage sale” décor typical of chain restaurants. “We were looking for something a little more sexy and contemporary than your T.G.I. Fridays or Applebee’s,” Serroukas says. “We wanted it to be versatile: a cool place for a first date and a great family restaurant.” His family hired a designer to custom-make trendy light fixtures and choose vintage photographs for the walls. They also created a versatile menu with a bit of an edgy, Latin feel. A glowing martini bar and extensive cocktail list round out the package. The Coyote Grill was such a hit when it opened its doors in 2003 that even the owner of national chain Ruby Tuesday came to check it out. “We eventually noticed that in the years after we opened Coyote, a lot of the national chains adapted to that style as well,” said Serroukas.


The Coyote Grill
2629 South Rd., Poughkeepsie


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