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1. Taqueria Tequila301 NW 85th St, Seattle
2. Gorditos213 N 85th St, Seattle
3. El Camion Adentro6416 15th Ave NW, Seattle
4. Rancho Bravo Tacos1001 E Pine St, Seattle
5. Taqueria la Fondita #2100 St, Seattle
6. Tacos El Asadero7300 Martin Luther King Jr Way S, Seattle
7. Plaza Garibaldi129 1st Ave N, Seattle
8. Tacos Chukis219 Broadway E, Seattle
Taqueria Tequila is a true neighborhood gem. The Durango burrito comes filled with your choice of meat, guacamole, sour cream, cheese, pico de gallo, cheese, rice and beans, AND is slathered with even more good stuff. It is a must-try.
This place's got the infamous Baby Burrito . Likely named after the food baby it gives you after eating it, this burrito single-handedly combats even the most insatiable hunger, no problemo. Definitely spring the extra couple bucks to get it wet (smothered in sauce and cheese).
This location is the brick & mortar spot of the popular taco trucks, serving up breakfast burritos (all day!), gorditas, tamales, and some of the best and most authentic tacos in the city. Be sure to load 'em up with one of the fresh options at their salsa bar. Another solid pick is their classic torta, filled with a meat of your choosing, plus plenty of flavorful accompaniments, including avocado, tomato, jalapeño, and pico de gallo.
Tried and true, the Cap Hill Rancho Bravos never fail to satisfy after a late night of weekend drinking. Open until 3am on Friday and Saturday, Rancho’s Bravo Burrito is the perfect thing to combat the closing time spins, you weekend warriors you.
Located at the corner of 100th St & 98th St, the Taqueria la Fondita truck has a little covered area so you can get real with some of the most authentic Mexican fare (and most aggressive pigeons) in town.
Tacos El Asadero doles out some of the finest burritos around. Find this novelty Mexican joint in (where else?) a parking lot not too far from the Othello Light Rail Station in South Seattle.
This Queen Anne spot located just by the Key Arena has huge portions and stiff drinks. Dip in for their lunch special, which gets you the Garibaldi Supper Burrito (flour tortillas filled with rice and beans and your choice of chile verde, chile Colorado, chicken, shredded beef, topped with Spanish sauce, lettuce, tomatoes, and cheese) for just $8.75.
Though Taco Chukis baby burritos might be mini-er than the rest of the burritos on this list, it doesn’t mean they’re any less tasty. This Capitol Hill treasure is cheap and super central-- right off Broadway. It's a no-frills spot offering delicious Mexican street food fare at an affordable price. You can’t go wrong at this place-- and its prices, you can go ahead and try one of everything!