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.
We are passionate about our business and our focus is to provide you with a freshly cooked meal with an outstanding service, in a casual, fresh, and pleasant environment just like at home. "Mi casa es tu casa!"
You are more than our guest and you are very important to us, we would like to ensure that you have a great dinning experience, so, if while you are here you notice that we are not meeting our goal, please let us know, we will be glad to address your concerns.
We are 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 are attending a concert, a game, a play, or visiting the city,
come and enjoy our delicious food and awesome Margaritas, we will be happy to meet you!
-- KARAOKE NIGHTS --
We are also proud to host Karaoke nights in the Bar area on Fridays and Saturday starting at 9pm.
Our K-J's offer a wide selection of songs in a diversity of languages and genres.
The Seattle Times Review
February 22, 2013
Plaza Garibaldi: fresh and tasty Mexican fare near KeyArena
By Misha Berson
You can add another tasty, affordable dining option to your list of eateries near Seattle Center.
About seven months ago, Plaza Garibaldi opened its doors on a quiet stretch of First Avenue North, just off Denny Way and a short stroll from KeyArena and other Seattle Center attractions.
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 2 a.m.
The menu: The meal starts with crunchy, warm chips served with two kinds of salsa (hot and milder). There’s a good array of well-prepared renditions of the usual Mexican restaurant entrees like enchiladas with choice of four sauces ($10.95-$14.95), and fajitas ($12.95-$16.50), well-portioned with sides of refried beans and rice. Or try some special regional dishes from the state of Jalisco (which includes Guadalajara). Among the array of seafood dishes is campechana, a cold shrimp and octopus stew with diced tomatoes, cilantro and avocado ($14.50). Another Guadalajara favorite: torta ahogada, a “drowned” sandwich with pork carnitas and refried beans that’s drenched in zesty tomato sauce ($8.95).
What to write home about: Enchiladas with real, succulent crab and tomatillo sauce ($14.95) were to die for. (Or you can get them with crab, shrimp and scallops for the same price). The popular emerald salad, with spinach, beet, tomato, berries, strawberries and toasted almonds ($9.50), is a great relief from iceberg lettuce. And the Garibaldi platter gives you samplings of butter-garlic shrimp, grilled chicken, carne asada and the excellent house guacamole ($17.95) — enough to fill two, if you’re not ravenous.
Summing up: An order of a Garibaldi platter ($17.95), crab enchiladas ($14.95) and a side of chile relleno ($5.00) served two amply, with leftovers, and came to $37.90 before tax and tip.
Misha Berson: email@example.com
Misha Berson: 206-464-2383 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Misha Berson is the theater critic for the Seattle Times, and the author of “Something’s Coming, Something Good: West Side Story and the American Imagination” and other books. Jazz singers, baseball and salmon are some of her favorite things