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La Conasupo

Map & Directions 8532 Greenwood Ave. N.
Seattle, WA 98103
  • Mexican
  • Daily 10am-8pm
  • MasterCard, Visa
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • None
  • Not Necessary, Accepted
  • Street


Seattle Weekly's Description

To get to the tables at this ramshackle Greenwood market, you have to go back past the cowboy boots and the family-of-six cans of hominy to the "dining room"—a few tables covered in plastic tablecloths and a menu spelled out posterboard. The cooks do a few simple, homey dishes, the best of which are the sopes, tacos, and the quesadilla with tinga (chicken stewed with chipotles and onions). On Sundays, a post-church crowd descends on La Conasupo for barbacoa, lamb meat that has been wrapped in maguey leaves and slow-roasted.

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  • Brenda M. on 02/10/13

    Quecas gigantes!! Y buenisimas :b

  • Rebecca R. on 12/12/10

    Let the adorable old man in the back serenade you in español.

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