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Garza Mexican Foods offers new weekend menu

Posted by Kate Bergman on May 16th, 2011

By Katie Melton

On Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Garza Mexican Foods, 7347 35th Ave. N.E., is now offering a limited menu of breakfast burritos, tamale plates and brisket tacos “to go.”

The breakfast burrito comes in two different options, priced at $4. The $9 tamale plate is a choice of three tamales with a side of rice, black beans and salsa, and the beef brisket taco is yours for $5.

In our last post about Garza Mexican Foods, we let you know about their “buy in bulk” tamale selection, which are purchased by the dozen, as well as their homemade salsas.

Joe Garza and his wife own and operate their “pop-up” shop in Wedgwood at the Blue Plate Express. Unable to find true, authentic Mexican food when they moved here from Texas, they decided to make it themselves.

“We are both Mexican-Americans from Texas, with at least six generations of Texas roots,” Joe Garza tells us. “Our menu consists of traditional Mexican dishes we were raised on. All our food is made fresh and we invite you to visit us or think of us, whenever you have a Mexican food craving.  We think you will find our food Buen Provecho!”

To order, call 206-422-2711 or email info.garzafoods@garzafoods.com. And if you get a weekend craving for authentic Mexican food, visit the shop at 7347 35th Ave. N.E.

Katie Melton is the intern for Maple Leaf Life, the sister site of Wedgwood View. She is a journalism student at the University of Washington.



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1 reader comments so far ↓

  • 1 Susan // May 22, 2011 at 11:02 am

    Has anyone tried them?