Mexican Restaurants in SeaTac

$13 for $20 Worth of Mexican Food at Arturo's Mexican Restaurant

Arturo's Mexican Restaurant

Marina District

Mexican favorites such as burritos and fajitas served in a brightly decorated restaurant with a dance floor and an outdoor patio

$20 $12

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$10 for $20 Worth of Mexican Food and Drinks at El Palmar

El Palmar


Family-owned Mexican restaurant serves up shrimp with rice, carne asada, sauce-drenched enchiladas with tamales, fajitas, and tacos

$20 $10

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$18 for $25 Worth of Mexican Food at Mayas Mexican Restaurant

Mayas Mexican Restaurant

Rainier Beach

Burritos and enchiladas stuffed with rice, beans, and perfectly seasoned meats share the menu with carne asada and chicken mole platters

$25 $18

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$15 for Three $10 Vouchers for Mexican Food and Drinks at Memo's Mexican Food ($30 Value).

Memo's Mexican Food

University District

Jumbo burritos stuffed with top sirloin steak; carne asada fries crowned with sour cream and cheese; filling chiles rellenos

$10 $5

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Two Margaritas and Appetizers or $17 for $30 Worth of Cuisine at Nana's Mexican Restaurant

Nana's Mexican Restaurant


Eatery dishes out Mexican cuisine such as fajitas, tacos, enchiladas, and guacamole and drinks like margaritas in a variety of flavors

$30 $17

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Mexican Food and Drinks at Pecado Bueno (Up to 40% Off). Two Options Available.

Pecado Bueno

Multiple Locations

Restaurant celebrates the grand opening of its second location with a familiar spread of traditional, yet health-conscious Mexican eats

$10 $6

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Three or Five Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Mexican Food at Memo's Mexican Food Restaurant (Up to 50% Off)

Memo's Mexican Food Restaurant

North End

Carne asada fries covered with steak and beans headline a menu of traditional Mexican eats at a restaurant open 24/7

$10 $5.33

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Prix-Fixe Dinner for Two or Tequila and Tacos for Two at Agave Cocina & Cantina (Up to 30% Off)

Agave Cocina & Cantina


Grilled prawn skewers, homemade beef tamales, and other Mexican favorites; tacos made with crispy fish and carnitas pair with tequilas

$48 $36

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Mexican Food at Mazatlan (Up to 40% Off). Three Options Available.


Multiple Locations

Slate of family recipes includes butterfly prawns in a tomato broth, carne asada, and T-bone ranchero

$15 $9

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Mexican Cuisine for Dinner or Lunch at Gallo de Oro (53% Off)

Gallo De Oro

Downtown - Main Street

Ample menu of Mexican cuisine includes enchiladas, carne asada, sizzling top sirloin, and bacon wrapped prawns

$20 $10

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$10 for $20 Worth of Mexican Cuisine at Las Brisas

Las Brisas

City Of Edmonds

Chefs execute traditional recipes ranging from chicken fajitas to ceviche and carne asada

$20 $10

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$17 for $30 Worth of Mexican Food at Barbacoa Mexican Grill & Tequila Bar

Barbacoa Mexican Grill & Tequila Bar


Creative eatery serves modern Mexican fare, including tostadas, ceviche, and enchiladas with exotic drinks

$30 $17

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$12 for Two Burritos at Super Taco

Super Taco

Everett Mall South

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$21 $12

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Jalisco-Style Mexican Dinner Cuisine at La Hacienda (50% Off). Two Options Available.

La Hacienda

Cascade View

25-year-old Mexican restaurant serves Jalisco-style burritos, enchiladas, tacos, and seafood dishes

$20 $10

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Tequila Flights and Appetizers for Two or Four at Calle Tacos Tequila (Up to 58% Off)

Calle Tacos Tequila - Snohomish


More than a dozen types of tacos, including habanero chicken and roasted grasshoppers, plus a wide range of 100%-agave tequila cocktails

$66 $29

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$29 for Tequila Tasting for Two with Tequila Pours and Appetizers at Calle Tacos & Tequila (Up to 59% Off)

Calle Tacos & Tequila

Mount Vernon

Tacos stuffed with a choice of 12 fillings are among Mexican eatery’s fare, as is 100% agave tequila, which fills glasses for flights

$66 $27

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Mexican Lunch or Dinner at Frida's (50% Off)



A brother-and-sister team from Mexico makes seasonal burritos, sautéed prawns, and enchiladas in an eatery that pays tribute to Frida Kahlo

$25 $12.50

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Burrito Meal for Two or Four or $5 for $10 Worth of Fast Mexican Food at Taco Time Victoria

Taco Time Victoria

Multiple Locations

Quesadillas encase chicken and seasoned ground beef, and daily-made ingredients burrow into hand-rolled burritos at quick Mexican eatery

C$24.46 C$12

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A self-described example of the American dream, Jose “Pepe" Ramos came to the United States and through hard work achieved great professional success. He left his home in central Mexico back in 1973, shortly after the death of his father, in search of financial support for his mothers and brothers. He didn’t speak any English, but within two years ascended from dishwasher to cook to chef and, finally, to restaurateur, opening a small 24-seat eatery, Azteca Mexican Restaurant, in Burien.

Some four decades later—with help from his three brothers and his mother, Camerina—Jose is now at the helm of a 35-restaurant franchise, with locations sprinkled from the Pacific Northwest to Florida. Decadent Mexican feasts—such as enchiladas verdes, shrimp fajitas, and carne asada—are the bread and butter of his success, thanks to Camerina’s family recipes. Yet, the Ramos family doesn’t hesitate to introduce new-to-the-family favorites either; for instance, they marinate and bake seasoned lamb shanks to create Borrego Azteca, and conjure bowls of molcajete from sautéed chicken and beef. Best of all, the Ramos relieve thirsty gullets with signature margaritas muddled together from housemade citrus juices and the sap of fresh-squeezed tequila trees.

153 SW 157th St

At Casa Durango, chefs whip up a smorgasbord of Mexican eats, with a spread of tortas, tacos, salads, and burritos paired with frosty tropical cocktails and margaritas. Like a computer manual written by Stephen King, the menu is as lengthy as it is appetizing. It presents dozens of different steaks, enchiladas, seafood, and chicken dishes ladled with zesty sauces and complemented by sides of savory rice and beans. The dishes run the gamut from traditional, homey plates of marinated lamb shank and slow-simmered pork to group-pleasing dishes of nachos and taquitos. And when it comes to entertaining groups, the restaurant also hosts karaoke performances that lighten the mood on weekends.

1306 Union Ave NE

Since Frank Tonkin Sr. opened his first Taco Time in 1962, each location has hand-chopped its own vegetables and concocted pots of fresh-cooked pinto beans every morning. Try the classic beef crisp burrito ($2.79) or its meat-free cousin, the veggie soft taco ($4.69), with a side of spherical, seasoned Mexi-fries ($1.69 for a regular). Watch your figure through southwest chop-salad-colored glasses, with black bean and corn salsa, pico de gallo, and mixed veggies ($5.59). Or opt for a cup of white chicken chili, another of many healthy options at just 139 calories ($1.99).

1302 W Meeker St

Five Things to Know About El Quetzal

El Quetzal is renowned for its fish tacos, tortas, and other Mexican favorites. Here’s more about this beloved hotspot:

  • If you’re looking for Tex-Mex, head elsewhere. El Quetzal does authentic Mexican food straight from the heart of Mexico City. Owner Juan Montiel relies heavily on his mom’s original recipes, which incorporate such distinctive ingredients as fresh cactus.
  • It serves Mexican breakfast. Starting at 8 a.m. El Quetzal dishes out hot plates of eggs and chorizo and chilaquiles—fried tortilla strips drizzled with tomatillo sauce and served with eggs or chicken. For late risers, the breakfast menu is available all day.
  • The tortas are not to be missed. Reviewers from around Seattle can’t stop raving about El Quetzal’s over-sized Mexican sandwiches. Try the Torta Toluca, filled with filled with chorizo, beans, cheese, avocado, and jalapeño sauce.
  • The huraches aren’t too shabby either. Comparable to a pizza, huraches layer toppings such as chorizo and cactus atop a grilled base of cornmeal.
  • The sun is always shining inside. One full wall of El Quetzal contains nothing but sun decorations, said to stand for good luck and power. Plus, it offers a nice respite from Seattle’s cloudy skies.

3209 Beacon Avenue South

Kick back and enjoy flavorful tacos, burritos and chips and salsa at Blue Water Taco Grill. Blue Water Taco Grill is also a good option for those with special dietary needs, offering both low-fat and gluten-free items on the menu. Find the perfect vintage to complement your meal — Blue Water Taco Grill offers a fine selection of wines, beers, and beyond. Tots and tykes will be right at home at Blue Water Taco Grill with its kid-approved food and ambience. Outdoor seating is ready for diners on those warm summer days.

The dress code at Blue Water Taco Grill is as relaxed as the ambience, so wear whatever suits you. Or, take your food to-go. A catering menu is also available if you're looking to dazzle the guests at your next shindig.

Blue Water Taco Grill patrons can find street parking at the Queen Anne Ave N location.

You'll find your bill at Blue Water Taco Grill to be more than reasonable, with most meals costing less than $15. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all on Blue Water Taco Grill's menu — you can stop by whenever the moment's right for you.

515 Queen Anne Ave N

In Focus: Mexico Cantina Y Veracruz Cochina

  • Specialty: Modern Mexican cooking and creative margaritas
  • Popular dish: fajitas made with natural beef or sustainably-fished seafood
  • Vegetarian’s choice: sweet-potato enchiladas with goat cheese and poblano sauce
  • Critic’s favorite: a Seattle Times reviewer loved the Ahi Tuna Flores, praising the “pepper-and-spice-rubbed rectangles of seared rare tuna” served with seasonal veggies
  • What to drink: hibiscus margarita with tequila, triple sec, and house-made hibiscus-flower syrup
  • Don’t miss: the lime-salt-dusted tortilla chips
  • Best seats in the house: on the rooftop patio or around the indoor fire pit
  • Eco-friendly cred: Mexico Cantina composts food waste to increase sustainability
  • Before dinner: catch a movie or do some shopping at Pacific Place, the shopping center that Mexico Cantina calls home

600 Pine St