Los Tacos Mexicali Has Filed For a Belltown Location

The permit was filed for on June 17th.
Los Tacos Mexicali Has Filed For a Belltown Location
Photo: Google Earth

According to a recent permit filing, Los Tacos Mexicali has filed for a Belltown location at 2505 2nd Avenue Suite 105.

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A representative of Los Tacos Mexicali was not immediately available to comment upon What Now Seattle’s request.

While an official opening date has yet to be confirmed, it looks like this could be a change of location for Los Tacos Mexicali. The restaurant is listed to have previously resided at 2137 2nd Avenue but is currently marked as “temporarily closed,” according to Google.

The permit was filed under Los Tacos Mexicali, LLC, according to Washington Company Search. Los Tacos Mexicali, LLC was incorporated on February 12th, 2024. Bruno Villa is listed on the business and permit filing.

According to Crexi, the property boasts 111,400 square feet. The listing describes the space as an “Open layout 935 SF retail space with lots of natural light.​ It is located on the first floor next to the charming plaza.”

Madison Ballinger

Madison Ballinger

Madison Ballinger is a writer, editor, and marketing collaborator with experience ranging from grant writing, screenwriting, SEO, content writing, and more. She graduated from Portland State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in English, with multiple honors accreditations as a first-generation college student. You can find her in a local thrift shop or plant store, creating music, or going to one of her favorite band’s concerts when she is not behind the keyboard furiously typing away.
Madison Ballinger

Madison Ballinger

Madison Ballinger is a writer, editor, and marketing collaborator with experience ranging from grant writing, screenwriting, SEO, content writing, and more. She graduated from Portland State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in English, with multiple honors accreditations as a first-generation college student. You can find her in a local thrift shop or plant store, creating music, or going to one of her favorite band’s concerts when she is not behind the keyboard furiously typing away.

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