According to a recent permit filing, Botanas La Costenita De Guerrero will soon open in Burien at 115 SW 153rd Street.
A representative of Botanas La Costenita De Guerrero was not immediately available for commentary upon What Now Seattle’s request.
While an official opening date and what Botanas plans to offer have yet to be confirmed, Botanas filed for a “beer/wine rest” permit.
Botanas La Costenita De Guerrero comes from Botanas La Costenita De Guerrero Llc. Listed on the permit filing as well as the business filing, according to Washington Company Search, is Nancy Cardenas Garcia. The date of incorporation for Botanas is listed to be September 13th, 2021.
When it comes to the property itself, according to Loop Net, the property type is listed as a retail storefront. The approximate square footage available for leasing is stated to be 14,400, with the building being built in 1957.
When translating Botanas’ name, “Botanas La Costenita De Guerrero” translates to “Appetizers from the Coast of Guerrero.” “Botanas” typically refers to snacks or appetizers.
“La Costenita” translates to “The Little Coastal Lady,” and “De Guerrero” means “from Guerrero,” which is a state located on the Pacific coast of Mexico. Therefore, the name suggests that the establishment could offer appetizers or snacks typical of the coastal region of Guerrero, Mexico.