Inay's does Mexican

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Looking to dominate Beacon Hill's ethnic-eats landscape like that billionaire dude does the protagonist of Fifty Shades of Grey, the crew behind Filipino mainstay Inay's just opened Luisa Taqueria: the tiny 11-seat counter-service joint is slinging Mexican street-eats just two doors down from their original spot, but wisely not three since that space clearly would have been a Loser. To see the kind of Mexi-eatin' that'll be Kryptonite to your diet, scroll down: Like the space, the menu is peque├▒o, but kicks off with apps ranging from Diablo Nachos topped w/ spicy cheese sauce & guac, to seasoned Mexi-Fries, to mains like quesadillas and burritos stuffed w/ your choice of protein, as well as toasted tomato rice & pinto beans, the latter being what Ford made off the former. Once you've had your fill of Mexi-Fries, opt for their street-style tacos (just $1.75 each or three for $5) that come in a schton of meat options like carne asada, carnitas tinga, pork adobo, sisig (pork & liver), and lengua, or tongue, though any reader of erotic fiction targeted at moms knows that pales in comparison to impish slaps with a riding crop.

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1. Luisa Taqueria 2505 Beacon Ave S, Seattle, WA 98133 (Beacon Hill)

Looking to dominate Beacon Hill's ethnic-eats landscape like that billionaire dude does the protagonist of Fifty Shades of Grey, the crew behind Filipino mainstay Inay's just opened Luisa Taqueria: the tiny 11-seat counter-service joint is slinging Mexican street-eats just two doors down from their original spot, but wisely not three since that space clearly would have been a Loser.

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