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Mexican in Seattle

  • El Paisano Rosticeria y Cocina
    9615 15th Ave. S.W. | White Center

    Not surprisingly, White Center's El Paisano Rosticeria Y Cocina, which is owned by the butcher shop two doors down, specializes in meat. Its Mexican-style roast chickens vary from... More on El Paisano Rosticeria y Cocina »

  • Senor Moose Cafe
    5242 Leary Ave. N.W. | Ballard

    With its Spanglish name and Small World approach to Mexican cookery -- the menu spans nearly every Mexican region, so patrons can craft a meal of Oaxacan moles, Michoacan pork and Jaliscan shrimp... More on Senor Moose Cafe »

  • Peso's Kitchen and Lounge
    11 reviews
    605 Queen Anne Ave. N. | Queen Anne

    While many of Peso's patrons are busier feasting on the sexy singles opportunities than on the nuevo-Mexican fare, the Queen Anne mainstay doesn't coast on atmosphere and well-mixed margaritas... More on Peso's Kitchen and Lounge »

  • Agua Verde Cafe and Paddle Club
    6 reviews
    1303 N.E. Boat St. | University District

    Agua Verde functions as a kayak and canoe dispensary in the University District, but the attached canteen is worthy of a visit even if you're not in need of a boat. The food is middling, but the... More on Agua Verde Cafe and Paddle Club »

  • La Carta De Oaxaca
    5 reviews
    5431 Ballard Ave. N.W. | Ballard

    Perhaps the most stylishly designed Mexican restaurant in the entire Pacific Northwest, La Carta de Oaxaca in Ballard avoids every piñata-cactus-blanket cliché you've ever drunk a strawberry... More on La Carta De Oaxaca »

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  • Mama's Mexican Kitchen
    5 reviews
    2234 Second Ave. | Belltown

    With all due affection, Belltown fixture Mama's Mexican Kitchen looks like whatever has been filling the minds of several eccentric souls has exploded onto its walls. It would take an awfully... More on Mama's Mexican Kitchen »

  • Matador
    4 reviews
    2221 N.W. Market St. | Ballard

    The feel of Matador is South of the Border saloon: lots of wood, an open fire pit, and an elaborate wrought-iron doorway with a steel steer skull. The drinks are the focus at this Tex-Mex-inspired... More on Matador »

  • Barrio
    4 reviews
    1420 12th Ave. | Capitol Hill

    Located on arguably the classiest stretch of 12th Avenue - with neighbors like Tavern Law, Plum and Lark - Barrio serves re-imagined, "Northwest-inspired" Mexican cuisine. Despite its moniker,... More on Barrio »

  • Cactus
    4 reviews
    121 Park Lane | Kirkland

    Somewhere between Madrid and Mexico is Cactus, paying an homage to Latin cuisine. Tapas are inventive, numerous, and all fabulous, but Cactus--with locations in Kirkland, South Lake Union, and... More on Cactus »

  • El Chupacabra
    4 reviews
    6711 Greenwood Ave. N. | Greenwood & Phinney Ridge

    Some are quick to brand Greenwood's El Chupacabra, with its punk-meets-Day of the Dead decor, a "Bimbo's of the north." But like the mythical "goat sucker" that is its namesake, El Chupacabra is... More on El Chupacabra »

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