The Mexican Food Hiding Inside This Vintage Bank Building In Washington Is Absolutely Scrumptious
Despite what some may think, there are plenty of places to enjoy delicious Mexican food here in Washington — you just have to know
where to look. And while you might not expect to find tasty tacos and queso inside an old bank building, that’s exactly what the restaurant Copal has to offer. This relatively new Seattle eatery is well worth your time.
Copal is located at 323 Occidental Ave. S. in Seattle's Pioneer Square neighborhood.
It's owned by local restaurateur Matt Dillon, who also owns Sitka & Spruce and the Corson Building in Georgetown.
Copal is located in a century old vintage bank building, which only adds to its charm.
There's something special about dining in a historic spot, and the fact that the food is fantastic doesn't hurt.
When you walk in, expect to be greeted by the smell of roasted meats.
The street tacos are as authentic as they come.
The menu consists of plenty of Mexican classics, and you'll want to try them all.
With dishes like barbacoa and poblano tacos, grilled Salvadoran cheese, and freshly made guacamole, you won't leave hungry.
Everything here is cooked on an open flame, and you can truly taste the difference.
From the rotisserie chicken to the barbacoa beef tacos, everything on the menu is exceptional.
Copal is open Monday - Saturday, so you'll have plenty of chances to try the delicious authentic Mexican food.
They open at 11:30 Monday - Friday (4 p.m. on Saturday) and close at 10 p.m.
If you love Mexican food (and who doesn’t?), check out our
Washington taco trail.
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