Mexican Restaurants in Portage Bay

Mexican Cuisine for Dinner or Lunch at Gallo de Oro (43% Off)

Gallo De Oro

Downtown - Main Street

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

$20 $12

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$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 $13

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Jalisco-Style Mexican Dinner Cuisine at La Hacienda (45% Off). Two Options Available.

La Hacienda

Cascade View

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

$20 $11

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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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$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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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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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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$29 for Tequila Tasting for Two with Tequila Pours and Appetizers at Calle Tacos & Tequila (Up to 56% 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 $29

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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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Little Water Cantina: A User’s Guide

Modern, Seasonal Mexican | Killer Views of Lake Union | Artful Cocktails | “Freakishly Delicious Guacamole”

Sample Menu

  • Appetizer: empanadas stuffed with smoked Canadian duck or mixed veggies with almond cheese
  • Entree: wild-boar torta ahogada with grilled pineapple, three-chili sauce, and fried onions
  • Side: hock, chile, and beer-braised black and pinto beans

Green Eating While the kitchen strives to use local and organic products and compost all food waste, the staff’s eco-conscious efforts don’t stop there. The restaurant boasts LEED Platinum certification, in part due to the materials used to construct the space. The bar is made from rough, recycled wood and cinder blocks, light fixtures are upcycled gramophone horns, and one entire wall is constructed from 800 tequila bottles foraged from restaurant dumpsters.

Inside Tips

  • If weather permits, the 2,200-square-foot patio offers unmatched views of Lake Union.
  • On the last Sunday of each month, the eatery hosts the kid-friendly event Snouts and Stouts, during which the kitchen staff whole-roasts a naturally raised pig on the patio and serves it in pork tacos while local bands play.
  • Street parking is usually ample, but if it’s tight, find a free spot in the restaurant’s underground garage.

Press Box

  • “Little Water Cantina's spectacular tuna ceviche is a party on a plate.” — Seattle Times
  • “Freakishly delicious guacamole.” — The Stranger
  • “Bar manager Ryan Minch uses sotol to perfection in The Dog Fighter cocktail: a crisp, citrusy affair that blends sotol with El Jimador tequila blanco, maraschino, lemon juice, Cointreau and peach bitters.” — Seattle Magazine

Vocab Lesson
Manchamanteles: Spanish for tablecloth stainer, this is made from a mix of chiles, veggies, and meats, and is considered a classic Oaxacan mole.
Achiote: Spanish for annatto, this is extracted from the seeds of a shrub by the same name. It’s used as a spice or for its rich reddish color.

While You’re in the Neighborhood
Before: Gaze into the eyes of the Fremont Troll, who lives beneath the Aurora Bridge (3600 Troll Avenue N).

After: Watch boats depart from the hand-launch area at Fairview Park (2900 Fairview Avenue E).

2865 Eastlake Ave E

In Focus: Guanaco’s Tacos Pupuseria

  • Motto: “Bringing a Little Salvadoran Flavor to Seattle”
  • All about the pupusas: corn pancakes stuffed with choice of meat, cheese, and veggies
  • Other dishes you can order: everything from Latin-American classics like burritos with beans and rice to more exotic meals like beef soup with yucca and chayote
  • What guanaco translates to: a large cameloid mammal native to South America; not to worry, it’s not served on the menu
  • What you can order if you’re gluten intolerant: tons of stuff. Wheat-sensitive eaters love this place because most of the food is made with corn flour.

4106 Brooklyn Ave NE

King5 placed Memo's Mexican Food among the top five Best Burrito spots in 2009 and 2010, and for good reason. Each jumbo burrito overflows with some savory combination of top-sirloin steak, Mexican-style pork, roasted vegetables, and perhaps some guac or sour cream. But burritos aren't the only draw to this 24/7 University District diner. Memo's chefs also serve taquitos, tortas, crispy tacos, and chimichangas, as well as all-day breakfast items including huevos rancheros and ham-and-egg scrambles. They handcraft secret hot sauces that have been known to set off the mouth's built-in sprinkler system. And to ensure customers fully enjoy their plates, they build their meals from all-natural ingredients and cook with vegetable oil, never lard.

4743 University Way NE

Chabela's Bar & Grill stocks its kitchen with fresh cactus, whose cool, green meat garnishes Mexican dishes such as chicken slow-cooked in molcajete salsa. Chefs sauté vegetable and chicken fajitas in a special sauce, and grill shrimp for the secret of their chipotle seasoning. For a cross-continental twist, Chabela's fuses Italian, French, and Mexican cuisine in recipes such as ratatouille quesadillas and penne pasta in cilantro pesto.

1715 N 45th St

Tempero do Brasil transports diners' taste buds to the northeastern state of Bahia and beyond with a menu of authentic Brazilian fare. Feijoada, a savory black bean stew and the national dish of the Portuguese-speaking republic ($17), swims with ham hocks, sausages, and beef and arrives with an entourage of rice, sautéed collard greens, and orange slices. In the traditional moqueca de camaräo ($18) expertly trained prawns and vegetables perform a smoldering samba amid coconut milk, lime juice, and palm oil and the festa ($15) loads sautéed mushrooms and parmesan cheese into a baked-squash boat and sends it sailing into tomato-sauce seas. Seal the meal with a dose of caramel-flan dessert ($5) trained in the art of capoeira. Tempero do Brasil showcases live Brazilian music Saturday nights, filling the air with the distinctly South American sounds of the bossa nova and the glockenspiel.

5628 University Way NE

For more than a quarter century, the Arias family has served a menu of classic Mexican cuisine at El Farol Mexican Restaurant. Plates full of enchiladas, fajitas, and burritos add their own colors to a space where bold and bright oranges, greens, and blues are splashed across the walls. A spicy shrimp dish, camarones a la diabla, leads a list of more upscale dinner feasts, including sirloin steak infused with cayenne pepper, and burgers, chimichangas, and tacos head the lunch menu. Patrons can quench their thirst with the usual suspects, such as beer, Jarritos, horchata, or a fire hydrant.

1467 E Republican St