Finding the best Burrito spots in Seattle can take way too long. We analyzed 1116 lists and articles from top sources like SeattleMet, Infatuation and Seattle Magazine, 4854 Seattle restaurants’ ratings across Google and Yelp, and 1095134 reviews – all with some Feastfox magic to make sense of the madness. These spots have been featured in SeattleMet - 18 Mexican Restaurants to Know and Love, Infatuation - The Best Sit-Down Mexican Restaurants and Seattle Magazine - The Best Mexican Restaurants in Seattle. As restaurants continue to adapt to COVID-19, you can trust us to show the latest information on which restaurants are open and how with our real-time data recommendation engine. Restaurants can’t pay to show up on this list, so enjoy the best food with no agenda. If your next meal is in any of these ten restaurants, the Burrito aficionado in you will rejoice.
For an elevated experience, pair your beef burrito with ESB. This combination works particularly well because this beer balances fatty flavours.
Experts often pair bean, cheese, rice burrito with a glass of Pale Ale, a popular beer.
Joey Chestnut broke the world record by eating the most burrito in one sitting. The new record - that has not been beaten since - is 47 burritos.
On November 3, 2012, Mexico’s Burrito fans celebrated a new world record by the burrito, weighing 12,786 pounds.
Did you know that every year in March foodies in Phoenix, United States celebrate their passion for Burrito? The Flying Burrito Music and Food Festivalis held annually.
Seattleis notorious for tricky parking. To make your life easier, we partnered with SpotHero, an innovative digital parking reservation service, so you can easily and effortlessly find parking near your selected Burrito spot.