Fonda La Catrina

Venue Info

Known For

Mexican

Just opened in the former Tile Works space after almost a year of hosting occasional art shows/catering events to raise money, this 70-seat comida-ry is serving a rotating market stall-inspired menu in a concrete-floored space framed by a raw wood-topped/metal-clad bar and kitchen counter on either side, and art'd with the popular "Catrina"-style skeletons first illustrated in the 19th century by a Mexican artist named Posada, who must've been pretty hip-hip. Jor-ge!!

Seattle

Fonda La Catrina

Just opened in the former Tile Works space after almost a year of hosting occasional art shows/catering events to raise money, this 70-seat comida-ry is serving a rotating market stall-inspired menu in a concrete-floored space framed by a raw wood-topped/metal-clad bar and kitchen counter on either side, and art'd with the popular "Catrina"-style skeletons first illustrated in the 19th century by a Mexican artist named Posada, who must've been pretty hip-hip. Jor-ge!!