7 of the best places to get burritos in and around Seattle

Apr 16 2021, 3:10 pm

There may actually be more burrito spots in Seattle than there are tiny dogs – and that’s saying something.

There are so many options for this offering (one of the all-time greats, right up there with pizza and charcuterie) that we made a shortlist that will come in handy when you’re craving a taco…or five.

While there are a ton of awesome spots to head when you’re looking for tacos, these spots below just have that certain something that makes them amazing.

Tacos Chukis

Starting off small is Seattle Chukis. The spot serves up babyBurritos, which are small $4 burritos in a variety of flavors.

Location: 2203 E Union Street, Seattle

Location: 1608 S Roberto Maestas Festival Street, Seattle

Location: 832 Dexter Avenue N, Seattle

Location: 219 Broadway E, Seattle

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Rancho Bravo Tacos


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What started as a food truck has since expanded into a four-location restaurant franchise. Although they’ve grown in locations, they haven’t (and hopefully will never) change their winning recipes.

Location: 1001 East Pine Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-322-9399

Location: 211 NE 45th Street, Seattle

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El Camino


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El Camino has burritos galore. Pick between a traditional carne asada burrito, carnitas burrito, veggie burrito, chile relleno burrito, chicken tinga burrito, or a shrimp burrito. Yep, we’ve never had a shrimp burrito either!

Location: 607 N 35th Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-632-7303

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Make any bowl a burrito at Barrio. We love their spiced steak version, beer-battered rock fish, and sauteed kale burrito. If you show up early enough for breakfast, we highly recommend the breakfast burrito.

Location: 1420 12th Avenue, Seattle
Phone: 206-588-8105

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Fogón Cocina Mexicana

Fogon is so, so delicious. We love their vegetarian burrito with rice, refried beans, cheddar cheese and lettuce. topped with mild salsa, onions, tomatoes, queso ranchero, and guacamole.

Location: 600 E Pine Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-320-7777



Yes, Cactus only serves up one burrito and calls it a burrita, but the applewood smoked brisket paired with jack cheese, guacamole, pico de gallo, Spanish rice, cumin black beans, New Mexico green chile sauce, and buttermilk crema are worth your visit.

Location: 350 Terry Avenue N, Seattle
Phone: 206-913-2250

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Red Star Taco Bar


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With taco bar in the name, you may be a little hesitant to try Red Star Taco Bar. Fear not, they have a red star burrito with beans, rice, shredded cabbage, pico de gallo, salsa verde, crema, and a choice of protein.

Location: 513 N 36th Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-258-3087


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