Plaza Garibaldi Seattle, Guide & Review
Plaza Garibaldi is a casual Mexican cantina with carved-wood booths, potent margaritas & a broad, classic menu. Plaza Garibaldi was established in 2012, Plaza Garibaldi Mexican restaurant in Seattle is the result of the partnership between the Morales and Vega Families who have been in the restaurant business for more than 30 years. They’re passionate about their business and their focus is to provide you with a freshly cooked meal with outstanding service, in a casual, fresh, and pleasant environment just like at home. They’re conveniently located in Lower Queen Anne, just a couple of blocks from Seattle’s most visited attractions, like Seattle Center and Key Arena, so if either you’re attending a concert, a game, a play, or visiting the city, go and enjoy their delicious food and awesome Margaritas, you’ll be happy to meet you.
You’re more than their guest and you’re very important to them, they ensure that you have a great dining experience. Plaza Garibaldi features awesome Karaoke – they’re proud to host Karaoke nights in the Bar area on Fridays and Saturdays starting 9pm; a wide selection of songs in a diversity of languages and genres; friendly & attentive service; best salsa in town; quick excellent service; delicious food; super friendly people; decent prices; strong & delicious drinks; and awesome street tacos.
Charmingly decorated in folklorico style, the spacious, welcoming restaurant is divided into a bar area with plenty of seating (for some busy karaoke nights), and a quieter adjacent dining room. The food is fresh and tasty and the service prompt – helpful if you’re trying to make a show. There’s a happy hour, and a bonus for after-show dining: Plaza Garibaldi is open weekend nights until 2am.
What a great experience at Plaza Garibaldi from start to finish. This spot is in a great location in relation to the Climate Pledge Arena. Definitely worth checking out when around Seattle.