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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Barrio?

Barrio is a restaurant that combines Mexican cuisine with innovative craft cocktails in an energetic urban environment.

 

 

 

What kind of food does Barrio serve?

Our menu takes a modern approach to Mexican Cuisine, with an emphasis on fresh, seasonal ingredients. To deliver the highest possible quality, we make most of our ingredients on-site, from our fresh tomato salsas to our handmade tortillas to our slow-braised pork. Click here to view our latest menus.

 

 

What about the drinks?

Our cocktail and spirits program has been recognized as one of the strongest in the Puget Sound. In addition, we offer an excellent selection of beer and an array of wines (both by the glass and bottle).

 

 

 

Is there a Happy Hour?

We offer Happy Hour Daily from 3-6pm. In addition, we feature a Late Night Happy Hour, from 10pm to 12am Monday through Thursday, from 11pm to 1am on Friday and Saturday, and from 10pm to 11pm on Sunday.

 

 

 

Do you serve lunch?

Yes, we serve lunch daily. It is a mix of tacos, tortas, burritos, salads, soups and a few entrée plates. In addition, we offer a $10 take-out box lunch menu. Click here to view our latest menus.

Do you take reservations?

Yes, we take reservations for parties of all sizes.

 

 

 

 

Do you serve brunch?

Yes. Both Saturday and Sundays, beginning at 10:30am. Click here to view our latest menus.

 

 

 

Are the candles real?

Yes, they are. We light over 300 oil candles every day.

 

 

 

Do you sell gift cards?

Yes. Gifts cards are available at the restaurant and can also be ordered online.

 

 

 

Where should I park?

A limited amount of paid parking is available in the Trace Lofts Parking Garage accessible from 12th Avenue. In addition, there are multiple free and hourly street parking options near the restaurant.

 

 

 

Who owns Barrio?

Barrio is owned and managed by Larry and Tabitha Kurofsky, a Seattle-based couple who started the first Purple Café together in Woodinville (she served tables and he worked the bar).

You can learn more about the people behind Barrio on the Heavy Restaurant Group website.

 

 

 

Who can I contact with additional questions and feedback?

To get in touch, visit our Contact Us page. There we'll point you to the right place for guest comments, press inquiries, charitable donations, employment opportunities, and more.

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