When the need for tostones and tamales hit we head to these Latin restaurants in Seattle. After careful analysis of top article and review sites, we know these are the best Latin options in Seattle. Don’t take our word for it, gather the gang for a great night with cold Mojitos and churrasco fresh from the fire at these top spots.
Finding the best Latin restaurant for you shouldn’t feel like a second job. For these results, 1095134 restaurant reviews were analyzed, 10951 restaurants’ Yelp and Google reviews were captured, and exactly 1286 lists and articles from The Stranger, Eater and Infatuation and others were carefully reviewed by boam. These spots have been featured in The Stranger - The Stranger's Guide to the Best Brazilian, Argentinian and Venezuelan Restaurants in Seattle, Eater - Where to Enjoy the Best Cheap Eats in Seattle and Infatuation - The Best Restaurants On Capitol Hill. If it’s on the list, we’ve checked and verified that the restaurant is still open and will showcase any updated hours and services you need to be aware of. Restaurants can’t pay to show up on this list, so you can trust what you see and enjoy the city’s hidden gems. Don’t sleep on the restaurants in this list.
Knowing what to pair with camarones a la diabla can be tricky. It’s worth exploring some white wine, particularly a glass of Riesling. This, sweet, white wine balances the spicy camarones a la diabla.
Experts suggest pairing ceviche with a glass of highly acidic Sauvignon Blanc, a white wine that bring out the delicate flavors the dish.
To elevate your hogao experience, we recommend some Cabernet Sauvignon to go with your dish. This pairing works especially well because this red wine complements the acidic flavor profile of the dish.
We’ve all experienced the struggle of finding good parking near restaurants in Seattle. To make the hunt for parking easier, we’ve partnered with a cutting-edge digital parking reservation system, Spothero, that enables you to book a spot in advance before you visit your chosen Latin spot.