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Fogón Cocina Mexicana
Mexican Restaurant
Today 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
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600 E Pine St Seattle, WA 98122
600 East Pine StreetUSWashingtonSeattle98122
Mexican Restaurant, Latin American RestaurantToday 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 12:00 amThursday 11:00 am – 12:00 amFriday 11:00 am – 1:00 amSaturday 11:00 am – 1:00 amSunday 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
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Vibrant, informal, family-owned Mexican cantina with homemade corn tortillas & tequila cocktails.- Google
"Best happy hour.and best tinga tostadas in Seattle."
"The best Mexican restaurant I've found in Seattle so far."
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Nicholas Dona
3 months ago
One of my favorite Seattle spots. Definitely recommend Happy Hour 3-6, 9-close daily. Hard to beat $8 FULL shakers of delicious Margarita and hot, delicious, and filling $5 small plates. Never lets me down.
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Izzy Gardon
2 months ago
Delicious. Well priced. Great carne asada.
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Jeffrey Anderson
7 months ago
This place is really good. Everything I had was high quality, perfectly seasoned and well made. And... the best part is that it isn't very expensive at all. You have to try their guacamole and something with carne asada. The guac was perfectly seasoned, velvety, and didn't have any filler (like tomatoes and onion). The chips were thick, which was great for dipping. The carne asada was soooo tender.
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Alejándro Dalí
4 months ago
Love love love this place! Great food and service at a great value. And the most authentic in Seattle. Tastes like my mommas cooking.
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isrrael plascencia
2 months ago
Best happy hour.and best tinga tostadas in Seattle
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Peter Tarnawa
6 months ago
Possibly the best Mexican in Seattle. Certainly the best prices for quality food and drinks. We went for Happy Hour. Terrific service and we loved the free appetizer--a tostada I think. Mostly ordered off the happy hour menu except for a chil relleno entre, which was so fresh and perfectly prepared. A huge poblano pepper. The cheese stuffing could have been more melted, but that is the only criticism. Maybe I don't care for Mexican cheese that much. The pine board seats were a bit hard, but after two drinks we didn't notice anymore. We plan to return soon.
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Kristian Ivanov
3 months ago
Wen in with 3 friends. Sat on a table and received no service for 30 minutes. Left. Not going back. Servers made eye contact with us multiple times but ignored us.
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Jose Montoya
7 months ago
The best part of this place is the tortilla lady in the corner. The chips are by far some of the best chips I've had... The salsa is very unappealing and to the individuals who don't eat Mexican very often will get turned off by it. I'd stick with a red salsa if I were you guys. I swear you won't go wrong.... Service was subpar to say the least... The waiter was friendly but it seemed to be way understaffed...Not his fault.... Okay now with the food. I'm from Texas so we have a huge Mexican influence with the cuisine and here it's by far atrocious. Stop trying so hard, fill your enchiladas with meat for the love of baby Jesus... Yes I'm sure there are just people who want cheese and onions in their enchiladas, but for the rest of us carnivores put some damn meat in there... The Milanesa hit home with me though because it was just the way my mom made it. But besides the point! Fill your enchiladas with some meat.... Get some red salsa.... And stop trying to hard with the dishes... Mexican is supposed to be food for the soul I guess you can say... So just make it filling and delicious and I swear you'll get even better reviews. Stop with the cabbage and cheese garnishes.
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