If you enjoy a creamy guac, a steaming cup of posole or even just a big ol' bean burrito visit these purveyors of all things south of the border.
This small shop carries Mexican canned goods, spices, sodas, tortillas and salsas. Don't miss the ready to eat case loaded with fresh, delicious tamales.
Beautiful strands of chili peppers line the entrance of this shop stocked with ready to eat empanadas and a solid selection of ingredients from Brazil, Peru and Mexico,
Happy hour is a delight in this festive room. Even better is a margarita and the plantain chips with guacamole on the patio.
Although I question the sanity of ever ordering the burrito as big as a baby, I've never had a bad burrito here. Outdoor seating is a plus.
Chicken tacos and steak fajitas are my go to at this QA hole in the wall. Complimentary chips & salsa and a few outdoor seats are a bonus.
This long time social service agency offers ESL, GED classes, day care and Cinco de Mayo & Dia de los Muertos celebrations in an historic school building that was aquired via a sit in. If you want to support la causa attend one of their great tamale making classes.
Tasty Mexican hot chocolate. Large work surfaces. Lively crowd.
Tacos (cod, catfish and yam) are the tip of the iceberg at the casual Mexican bungalow. Just right posole, chicken mole, orange & almond salad, house made sangria and more attract throngs of fans to this waterfront joint. Perfect spot to satiate your hunger after a row or sail on one of the water toys they rent just below the dining room. Outdoor seating and a Monday - Thursday happy hour 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. seal the deal.
This tiny window serves up affordable, filling and delicious veggie burritos.
Lucky for us the proprietor was wise enough to commission back-lit Spike Mafford photographs of Oaxaca, as well as hiring a Oaxacan family to run the front and back of house. That means we get first rate authentic mole, posole and moletas in a modern room chock full or gorgeous images that transport us to Mexico.
Beto's family has a background in producing fine jewelry in Mexico and lucky for us he has translated that past into vending his own house line of affordable and lovely women's accessories.
Audibly and visually loud in a good way this Seattle classic offers a lunch combo with a burrito, 2 tacos or a quesadilla and a PBR or soda for under 6 bucks.
The tortas and tacos are standard fare but the roasted chicken is what makes this spot worth a drive across town.
Tremendous belly filling tortas are served up along side traditional Mexican fare from Malenas.
This bright room serves up fresh Mexican fare and great cocktails to match. Try a flight of tequilas and be sure to make a repeat visit during happy hour when you can get the house margarita for just 5 bucks.
With a large see and be seen bar and comfy booths in back this large lively room is the perfect spot to meet friends on Monday when tequila is half price or during daily happy hour 3 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Chips made fresh to order, house-made guac and a tremendous selection of mezcal flights and mezcal based cocktails make this lively room the perfect stop for a quick drink or dinner in Queen Anne.
This fancy pants room serves up traditional Mexican fare with primarily sustainable ingredients. Visit during the daily happy hour 3 p.m. - 6 p.m. to get a $1 off all drafts and apps.
Basic Mexican fare (pozole, burritos, tacos) served out of an old KFC. Good prices. Quick, friendly service.
This bright little room serves up fresh, tasty Mexican bites and bevs (tacos, tortas, horchata) at a good price. Family owned and ran, it's a great place take kids.
Good selection of mexican food products and pinatas but the casual restaurant in the back of the shop is a hidden gem.
Affordable. Authentic. Accessible. At Los Agaves you can fill your belly for less than 10 bucks.The slow roasted beef and chicken make the tacos and nachos the go to dishes.