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Hecho in Phinney Ridge Bestowed with 2.5 Stars

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Inside Hecho.
Inside Hecho.
Suzi Pratt

Providence Cicero of The Seattle Times writes the lone restaurant review of the week. She dishes on Hecho, the Mexican restaurant in Phinney Ridge. Cicero awards the restaurant with 2.5 stars for its "intimate atmosphere and often delicious takes on traditional dishes."

Cicero praises Hecho for venturing "outside the typical rice-and-beans box" with menu standouts like "amazing Brussels sprouts," salsa laced with roasted serrano peppers, braised beef tongue tacos, and "terrific" carne asada.

Apart from the food, Cicero also dug the decor and the drinks. She describes the interior as having a "wonderfully come-hither mood. Candlelit after dark to great shadowy effect, it’s adorned with the requisite ceramic tiles and scrolling metalwork. The tables are hand hewed, the painted masonry artfully weathered and worn." Cicero also notes the solid selection of tequila and mezcal, original cocktails, and tasty margaritas.

Hecho

7410 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103 206 588 1919

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