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It’s the newest taqueria on the block, and unlike Monica Dimas’s other joints—Sunset Fried Chicken, Westman’s—it’s no mere walkup window. Spacious digs on First Hill beget a bigger menu than the original (now-retired) Neon Taco, graced by nine tacos, like one with slabs of crispy pork belly and fresh salsa that test the max capacity of a corn tortilla, plus sandwiches, mole pork ribs, and sides aplenty. Don’t sleep on the agua fresca either.

Meal Times
Brunch, Dinner, Late Night, Lunch

Little Neon Taco

1009 Boren Ave, Seattle, WA, 98104
Sun–Thu 11am–10pm<br> Fri 11am–midnight<br> Sat 4–midnight</br>