Cintli Latin Folklore

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202 Broadway E, Seattle, WA 98102 202 Broadway E, Seattle Directions
+12063285778
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100% of 6 customers recommended
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About this Business

  • Cuisine
    Latin, Coffee, Latin American, Cafe
  • Price
    <$15
  • Cuisine
    Latin, Coffee, Latin American, Cafe
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3 Tips
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Report | 2 years ago
The coffee was great. special flavors. food not so great. interesting art on sale. they are closing next weekend but still will be in Pike Place Market, art only, no food or coffee. Too bad, the coffee really was good.. I only used two out of the five groupons.
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Report | 2 years ago
Cintli is amazing! Favorites of mine are the Azteca Chocolate or Mayan Mocha, both made with the same delicious spice mix to add a little kick to the chocolate flavor. Their Chais are fantastic as well. I go here almost every day, and I never get tired of my lunchtime favorite - the Cheese and Loroco pupusa, a custard empanada, and a chai.
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Report | 2 years ago
Great atmosphere, good, affordable eats, good coffee. Just a happy place to be.
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From Our Editors

Cintli Latin Folklore's roots are in Zapopan, Mexico. That's where entrepreneurs Sergio Cueva and Beto Yarce discovered Cintli, a jewelry store they admired that sold silver pieces. Inspired by that store's bond with local artisans, the duo decided to open a Cintli branch in Pike Place Market, calling it Cintli by Beto Yarce.

But jewelry and knickknacks alone only convey so much culture, which is why Yarce and his business partner, Rafael Sanchez, branched out again and opened Cintli Latin Folklore, a cafe that works with local businesses such as Stumptown Coffee Roasters, Rapanui, El Chito, and Leticia to serve authentic Latin American food and drink. Their signature coffee drinks, such as the Mayan Mocha ,warm hands up on chilly afternoons and their empanadas and Oaxacan-style tamales are filled with ingredients such as chicken mole. The cafe's colorful walls are covered in crosses, figurines, and ornaments, and on some nights, Latin folk bands and singers come to perform.

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