This Amazing Taco Trail In Washington Takes You To 6 Tasty Restaurants
Ready to take Taco Tuesday to a whole new level?
We can all agree that tacos make a perfect meal, especially in Washington. And while this taco trail won’t take you to EVERY amazing taco spot in the state (that would take months), it will take you on a food tour featuring some of the best places on Earth to eat the very best tacos in Washington. We recommend spending two or three days covering this trail, unless you can eat a ridiculous number of tacos in a day.
Here’s the Google Map to this epic taco trail in Washington.
Is your favorite taqueria missing from this trail? What eatery do you think serves the best tacos in Washington? Let us know in the comments! Here’s a list of 13 of the best places for tacos in Washington, and here’s a roundup of a few of our best Mexican restaurants.
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What are the best Mexican restaurants in Washington that aren’t on this trail?
Mexican food just hits the spot, doesn’t it? Next time you’re craving Mexican, you’ll definitely want to head over to Senor Moose Café in Seattle, one of the best Mexican restaurants in Washington. Sip a tasty margarita as you peruse the menu, bursting with such scrumptious dishes as tacos, burritos, and eggs, chorizo, and potatoes.
If you’re in the mood for tasty tacos, you can’t go wrong at Ramirez Mexican Store in Tumwater. There, you can pair a delicious margarita with some of the best tacos in Arizona. Even better? You can eat in before shopping, or you can order your food to go.
Where can I find the best margaritas in Washington?
Nothing pairs better with an authentic Mexican meal than a margarita. For some of the best margaritas in the state, set off on the Margarita Marathon in Washington. The trail winds through Tacoma, taking you to six spots with tasty margaritas. The Margarita Marathon begins at Cactus Proctor, where you can try one of the specialty margaritas. However, make sure you also order the house margarita, perhaps the most popular margarita in the restaurant.
Pair your margarita with authentic Mexican cuisine at Mexico Magico, another stop on the Margarita Marathon. You’ll definitely want to try the queso dip, too.
Are there any other food trails in Washington I should take?
You’ll find several other food trails in Washington, including the Oyster Trail in Washington. The memorable trail provides the opportunity to try some of the state’s best oysters and to admire some of the best water views. Start your delightfully delicious journey at Elliott’s Oyster House, in Seattle, which serves oysters and sensational waterfront views.
For an epic sugary sweet rush, set off on the Ice Cream Trail in Washington, which will take you to six delightful ice cream shops. The trail kicks off at Pete and Belle’s Ice Cream Shop in Spokane Valley and ends at Winegar’s in Ellensburg.