Late this summer, the Mexican diner — already a popular spot on the main upper Queen Anne drag — will take over a 3,000 square-foot former auto repair shop on the corner of Pine and Summit. A press release states:
There will also be a rooftop area for alfresco dining and will offer the same extraordinary authentic Oaxacan food that has garnered international praise. This is paired with the most diverse nationally noted selections of mezcales in the city, and many of these mezcales will not be available anywhere else in the country.
Heading up the project are Seattle-based firms Graham Baba Architects (Melrose Market, The Kolstrand Building, Revel, The Walrus and the Carpenter) and Dovetail (Oddfellows, Momiji, Molly Moon's, Sitka & Spruce), so it's bound to look snazzy.