Matador

★★★★☆
  • 2221 NW Market St

    Seattle, WA 98107

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  • 206-297-2855

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Great Tex Mex happy hour menu- steak tacos, nachos, quesadillas. Very good deals & relaxing atmosphere. I like the Ballard location best. It fills up early, so go on the early side.

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★★★★★

Great Tex Mex happy hour menu- steak tacos, nachos, quesadillas. Very good deals & relaxing atmosphere. I like the Ballard location best. It fills up early, so go on the early side.

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This place might turn into a meat market at night, but the happy hour specials are amazingly well priced. The food is pretty darn awesome, and the sangria is about as good as it gets. Don't let the frat boys fool you, this place is worth it for a drink up.

4
★★★★☆

This place might turn into a meat market at night, but the happy hour specials are amazingly well priced. The food is pretty darn awesome, and the sangria is about as good as it gets. Don't let the frat boys fool you, this place is worth it for a drink up.

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I love this place. Great place to hang out late night. They've got the best happy hour menu in Seattle. The spicy habanero prawns and the shrimp quesidalla are the best. Plenty of tables so it's easy to get a table even on weekend nights. Also, they always play good music. The service is generally but the servers can be a little inattentive when it's busy.

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★★★★★

I love this place. Great place to hang out late night. They've got the best happy hour menu in Seattle. The spicy habanero prawns and the shrimp quesidalla are the best. Plenty of tables so it's easy to get a table even on weekend nights. Also, they always play good music. The service is generally but the servers can be a little inattentive when it's busy.

Pros: Habanero Prawns

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I've only been to the Matador twice, but my husband's and my experience there has been completely different than a number of their reviews. Both times we've said during dinner how great their service is - and it really has been...as nice as Crow, imho, and I love Crow.

I can't vouch for the mixed drinks, my husband drinks Bacardis and Cokes which are pretty tough to screw up and I have the Dos Equis Amber on tap with two limes which is hard to screw up too. The comments on their food being so-so I definitely don't agree with.....both times I had veggie enchiladas and they were delicious. Especially the Enchiladas Picante....mmm...yum!

So I guess I'd say to go and try it once for yourself and see what you think.

2
★★★★★

I've only been to the Matador twice, but my husband's and my experience there has been completely different than a number of their reviews. Both times we've said during dinner how great their service is - and it really has been...as nice as Crow, imho, and I love Crow.

I can't vouch for the mixed drinks, my husband drinks Bacardis and Cokes which are pretty tough to screw up and I have the Dos Equis Amber on tap with two limes which is hard to screw up too. The comments on their food being so-so I definitely don't agree with.....both times I had veggie enchiladas and they were delicious. Especially the Enchiladas Picante....mmm...yum!

So I guess I'd say to go and try it once for yourself and see what you think.

Pros: Really nice waittresses, great enchiladas, Dos Equis on tap

Cons: A bit crowded at Happy Hour, but not too too crowded

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This place is a treat to eat in on a summer evening. Great amber chandeliers, outside seating, wrought iron decor. The food is good (not terrific). But, it's a real social hot spot.

4
★★★★☆

This place is a treat to eat in on a summer evening. Great amber chandeliers, outside seating, wrought iron decor. The food is good (not terrific). But, it's a real social hot spot.

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Although the Matador has a hip, cool, antique, Mexican feel to it, the ambiance can't make up for the fact that the bartenders make some of the worst drinks in town. Specialty drinks like Mojitos are OK, but any standard bar drinks are less than satisfactory. I consider a Margarita a standard bar drink, and you can usually judge a bartender by the margarita he/she mixes (especially in a Latin-vibed place). The margaritas my friends and I had were the most watered down, tasteless, and boring we have ever drunk. One guy in my party even sent his back- only to receive the same thing. They were like watery limeade! Oh, and when he did this, the waitress got a little lippy with him. He said, "I'm pretty sure there is barely any tequila in this." She replied, "I'm pretty much sure there is." Kinda snotty especially to a man who was probably about 40 years older than she was. We also had some typical drinks like rum and cokes, and bourbon presses, which had absolutely no effervesence- all the guns must have been broken. We kind of experimented through the night with different drinks and they all pretty much sucked, even the mojitos seemed watery. The appetizers were so so, but what is a happy hour without happy hour drinks? The only thing "Happy Hour" is the food. There are no "Happy Hour" drink deals. Don't bother fighting the crowds. Go get a good margarita at the Chupacabra on Phinny Ridge!!

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★☆☆☆☆

Although the Matador has a hip, cool, antique, Mexican feel to it, the ambiance can't make up for the fact that the bartenders make some of the worst drinks in town. Specialty drinks like Mojitos are OK, but any standard bar drinks are less than satisfactory. I consider a Margarita a standard bar drink, and you can usually judge a bartender by the margarita he/she mixes (especially in a Latin-vibed place). The margaritas my friends and I had were the most watered down, tasteless, and boring we have ever drunk. One guy in my party even sent his back- only to receive the same thing. They were like watery limeade! Oh, and when he did this, the waitress got a little lippy with him. He said, "I'm pretty sure there is barely any tequila in this." She replied, "I'm pretty much sure there is." Kinda snotty especially to a man who was probably about 40 years older than she was. We also had some typical drinks like rum and cokes, and bourbon presses, which had absolutely no effervesence- all the guns must have been broken. We kind of experimented through the night with different drinks and they all pretty much sucked, even the mojitos seemed watery. The appetizers were so so, but what is a happy hour without happy hour drinks? The only thing "Happy Hour" is the food. There are no "Happy Hour" drink deals. Don't bother fighting the crowds. Go get a good margarita at the Chupacabra on Phinny Ridge!!

Pros: Pretty waitresses, cool ambiance

Cons: Crappy drinks, snotty waitresses, cougerish

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This place has an excellent happy hour - Whole friggin' plate of nachos for $4? Pork tacos for $4? Hello? Awesome. They have a bunch of stuff in the $4 to $5 price range for happy hour specials. Their margaritas are good too.

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★★★★☆

This place has an excellent happy hour - Whole friggin' plate of nachos for $4? Pork tacos for $4? Hello? Awesome. They have a bunch of stuff in the $4 to $5 price range for happy hour specials. Their margaritas are good too.

Pros: happy hour, drinks

Cons: can be ridiculously busy

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I've had drinks at the Matador several times and have always enjoyed the atmosphere and margaritas. Tonight however, my boyfriend and I decided to try some of the food and we were pretty disappointed. I ordered three of the happy hour items: a salad, soup, and the blackened fish taco. A lot of inconsistency in these items, but I suppose you can't expect a whole lot from $5 plates. The soup was very bland but ok, the salad was super spicy(with big chunks of jalapeno peppers) which I wasn't expecting, and the Blackened Fish in the tacos was so overly salted that I could barely eat a second bite - not appetizing at all and I usually really enjoy blackened fish. My boyfriend's red chile enchiladas were ok, except for the fairly large bone that he came across inside one of the enchiladas (luckily he didn't choke on it). We mentioned to our very friendly server Erin that she should inform the kitchen to be more careful - and she did apologize. Overall I'd say it is still a fun place for drinks, but we won't be back for an actual meal.

1
★★☆☆☆

I've had drinks at the Matador several times and have always enjoyed the atmosphere and margaritas. Tonight however, my boyfriend and I decided to try some of the food and we were pretty disappointed. I ordered three of the happy hour items: a salad, soup, and the blackened fish taco. A lot of inconsistency in these items, but I suppose you can't expect a whole lot from $5 plates. The soup was very bland but ok, the salad was super spicy(with big chunks of jalapeno peppers) which I wasn't expecting, and the Blackened Fish in the tacos was so overly salted that I could barely eat a second bite - not appetizing at all and I usually really enjoy blackened fish. My boyfriend's red chile enchiladas were ok, except for the fairly large bone that he came across inside one of the enchiladas (luckily he didn't choke on it). We mentioned to our very friendly server Erin that she should inform the kitchen to be more careful - and she did apologize. Overall I'd say it is still a fun place for drinks, but we won't be back for an actual meal.

Pros: drinks and atmosphere

Cons: food

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I saw several reviews regarding bad service at the Matador, so I decided to write about my good experience there. We went on a Sat night around 9:00 and got seating within 15 minutes. The service was not the best, but we had no complaints either. Our drinks were brought within 5 minutes and appetizers within 15 minutes. The food was also very good. I highly recommend the vegetarian enchiladas... very flavorful and tasty.
As the bar got crowded, the drinks were coming a little slower but our waitress apologized for it. Overall, it was a good experience and I wish we had more of such places in Seattle.

2
★★★★☆

I saw several reviews regarding bad service at the Matador, so I decided to write about my good experience there. We went on a Sat night around 9:00 and got seating within 15 minutes. The service was not the best, but we had no complaints either. Our drinks were brought within 5 minutes and appetizers within 15 minutes. The food was also very good. I highly recommend the vegetarian enchiladas... very flavorful and tasty.
As the bar got crowded, the drinks were coming a little slower but our waitress apologized for it. Overall, it was a good experience and I wish we had more of such places in Seattle.

Pros: Food, drinks

Cons: Parking... it is rough during weekends

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Great location right in the center of Ballard. Happy hour is definitely worth a visit with phenomenal food deals. A fun younger crowd during happy hour and a local bar ambiance in the evening.

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★★★☆☆

Great location right in the center of Ballard. Happy hour is definitely worth a visit with phenomenal food deals. A fun younger crowd during happy hour and a local bar ambiance in the evening.

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I went to this bar with a group of six people who often frequent local bars with me, and we have never been so disappointed and put off by a place like we were in the Matador. The waitresses were SO miserable, and could not bring themselves to even force a half grin when faced with KINDNESS. We waited patiently for a table in a small, cramped corner, and every waitress who walked by would rudely yell at my friends, such as "Get the hell out of our way!" Literally. Great business, guys! Bartenders - three of them, and each one said they'd be right back to get me a drink, and all three of them failed to remember me as they were too occupied serving the mixture of cougars and half-lidded burnt out frat boys littering the bar. Finally, my friend receives his order of nachos and asks politely for extra napkins, to which the miserable waitress told us to deal. Seriously? It was like the twilight zone. This is coming from a book nerd and a crop of corporate nobodies, it's not like we were wildly and trashing the place. I would not recommend this bar to anyone, unless of course you enjoy being slapped in the face with blatant rudeness.

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★☆☆☆☆

I went to this bar with a group of six people who often frequent local bars with me, and we have never been so disappointed and put off by a place like we were in the Matador. The waitresses were SO miserable, and could not bring themselves to even force a half grin when faced with KINDNESS. We waited patiently for a table in a small, cramped corner, and every waitress who walked by would rudely yell at my friends, such as "Get the hell out of our way!" Literally. Great business, guys! Bartenders - three of them, and each one said they'd be right back to get me a drink, and all three of them failed to remember me as they were too occupied serving the mixture of cougars and half-lidded burnt out frat boys littering the bar. Finally, my friend receives his order of nachos and asks politely for extra napkins, to which the miserable waitress told us to deal. Seriously? It was like the twilight zone. This is coming from a book nerd and a crop of corporate nobodies, it's not like we were wildly and trashing the place. I would not recommend this bar to anyone, unless of course you enjoy being slapped in the face with blatant rudeness.

Pros: Location

Cons: Service in all aspects. Crowd - nauseatingly hollow. Uncomfortable, big wait time, no space to mingle

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I haven't been recently, but it sounds like the service has gone downhill. It wasn't really that great when I'd been before but I have to say that their happy hour menu was really, really, really good! And cheap! My favorite were the shrimp tacos, they are so good!

2
★★★★☆

I haven't been recently, but it sounds like the service has gone downhill. It wasn't really that great when I'd been before but I have to say that their happy hour menu was really, really, really good! And cheap! My favorite were the shrimp tacos, they are so good!

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Forget getting anything, service, help from others, food...you name it don't count on it! A group of three went down on a not so busy Sat night, expecting more people to join us. While waiting for a table we ordered drinks at the bar. We moved to the table, and with 5 menus (no food), and half full drinks our idiot of a waitress asked if we wanted more drinks...no mention of food. And don't count on anyone else helping you, you must order from your waitress. Little did we know she would stop by no more than every 20 mins. The rest showed up, and due to the poor service, they had to go to the bar to get drinks.

Some other friends happen to be stopping by, the stopped in to say hi...they asked to pay their tab (they never sat at our table, they just stood and said hi), and left. When we got out bill at least $30 of their bill was on ours, when we asked our waitress to fix it, after asking the hostess to get our waitress, she went in to this ridiculous diatribe about how she would have to pay for the mistake if we didn't. EXCUSE ME!?! We didn't make the mistake why should we pay for it. She even asked if we could front the money and get it back from the people that stopped by. I am quite certain she dyed her hair brown, she had to be naturally blonde! THAT THE RESULT OF MAKING MISTAKES!

I have worked as a bartender before, and I understand the business and am usually very forgiving of servers/bartenders, but with the exception of the bartender the entire service staff was heck bent on only doing the absolute minimum! Great happy hour portions, but only worth it if you are willing to be exceptionally patient with the service!

0
★☆☆☆☆

Forget getting anything, service, help from others, food...you name it don't count on it! A group of three went down on a not so busy Sat night, expecting more people to join us. While waiting for a table we ordered drinks at the bar. We moved to the table, and with 5 menus (no food), and half full drinks our idiot of a waitress asked if we wanted more drinks...no mention of food. And don't count on anyone else helping you, you must order from your waitress. Little did we know she would stop by no more than every 20 mins. The rest showed up, and due to the poor service, they had to go to the bar to get drinks.

Some other friends happen to be stopping by, the stopped in to say hi...they asked to pay their tab (they never sat at our table, they just stood and said hi), and left. When we got out bill at least $30 of their bill was on ours, when we asked our waitress to fix it, after asking the hostess to get our waitress, she went in to this ridiculous diatribe about how she would have to pay for the mistake if we didn't. EXCUSE ME!?! We didn't make the mistake why should we pay for it. She even asked if we could front the money and get it back from the people that stopped by. I am quite certain she dyed her hair brown, she had to be naturally blonde! THAT THE RESULT OF MAKING MISTAKES!

I have worked as a bartender before, and I understand the business and am usually very forgiving of servers/bartenders, but with the exception of the bartender the entire service staff was heck bent on only doing the absolute minimum! Great happy hour portions, but only worth it if you are willing to be exceptionally patient with the service!

Pros: great happy hour portions!

Cons: HORRID SERVICE!

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So I had heard all these wonderful things about the food at The Matador and decided to go there for dinner last week. All the things I heard about the food were right, one word...YUM. I have to say though THE SERVICE COMPLETELY STINKS!!! It took 20 min for chips and water to show up. If the waitress cracked a smile it may have hurt her. My water was never refilled. The kicker was that my partner had to approach a group of employees gossiping in the corner for us to get the check so we could leave. The ONLY reason I went out of my way to give this place 2 stars is because the food is awesome. Unless some major staff overhaul happened I will never eat there again.

1
★★☆☆☆

So I had heard all these wonderful things about the food at The Matador and decided to go there for dinner last week. All the things I heard about the food were right, one word...YUM. I have to say though THE SERVICE COMPLETELY STINKS!!! It took 20 min for chips and water to show up. If the waitress cracked a smile it may have hurt her. My water was never refilled. The kicker was that my partner had to approach a group of employees gossiping in the corner for us to get the check so we could leave. The ONLY reason I went out of my way to give this place 2 stars is because the food is awesome. Unless some major staff overhaul happened I will never eat there again.

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I took my friend here for a belated birthday celebration. We arrived slightly before 6 pm (Happy Hour is from 3-6) and sat at the bar. The bartender was prompt to serve us and make some recommendations on both drinks and appetizers. We both got margaritas, which were superb, and split plates of calamari and quesadillas. The food was great without too much spice and both bartenders were good about being attentive to us and friendly. Atmosphere was nice and small enough to feel cozy. We managed to get there before the crowd, so if you don't want to wait for a seat you would be wise to arrive before 7 pm, even on a weeknight.

2
★★★★★

I took my friend here for a belated birthday celebration. We arrived slightly before 6 pm (Happy Hour is from 3-6) and sat at the bar. The bartender was prompt to serve us and make some recommendations on both drinks and appetizers. We both got margaritas, which were superb, and split plates of calamari and quesadillas. The food was great without too much spice and both bartenders were good about being attentive to us and friendly. Atmosphere was nice and small enough to feel cozy. We managed to get there before the crowd, so if you don't want to wait for a seat you would be wise to arrive before 7 pm, even on a weeknight.

Pros: Attentive staff, great food and drinks, atmosphere

Cons: Parking, crowded with long waits for tables past 7 pm

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My boyfriend and I went here last night for dinner. There were no tables available, so they let us sit at the bar till we got seated. The bartender was very nice and gave us water and chips and salsa without even having to ask. I got a cosmo and it was nice and stiff. When we were seated, I ordered steak/shrimp fajitas and my boyfriend got steak medallions. If I went again I would get the shrimp fajitas as the steak kind of tasted like it had a teryaki sauce on it. Our dinner was good and I would probably go back for the happy hour, probably not for dinner.

2
★★★★☆

My boyfriend and I went here last night for dinner. There were no tables available, so they let us sit at the bar till we got seated. The bartender was very nice and gave us water and chips and salsa without even having to ask. I got a cosmo and it was nice and stiff. When we were seated, I ordered steak/shrimp fajitas and my boyfriend got steak medallions. If I went again I would get the shrimp fajitas as the steak kind of tasted like it had a teryaki sauce on it. Our dinner was good and I would probably go back for the happy hour, probably not for dinner.

Pros: Happy hour, chips and salsa

Cons: Parking

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sometimes a place just goes too far making people happy, and they get fat.

ok, seriously. like it's sister "matador west" in west seattle, this restaurant has something beautiful for everyone. i think the happy hour menu is genius, a huge selection of incredible little meals for just a few bucks a piece, and if you're going to judge a bar on it's tequila choices, you're going to fall madly in love with the matador.

this is one of those "mexican" food restaurants that specializes in american comfort food style mexican. authenticity is not the point here, pure food bliss is.

unfortunately this is the destination for loud stupid kids on weekend nights, so if you have the choice head to matador west on weekends to get away from the amateurs.

2
★★★★☆

sometimes a place just goes too far making people happy, and they get fat.

ok, seriously. like it's sister "matador west" in west seattle, this restaurant has something beautiful for everyone. i think the happy hour menu is genius, a huge selection of incredible little meals for just a few bucks a piece, and if you're going to judge a bar on it's tequila choices, you're going to fall madly in love with the matador.

this is one of those "mexican" food restaurants that specializes in american comfort food style mexican. authenticity is not the point here, pure food bliss is.

unfortunately this is the destination for loud stupid kids on weekend nights, so if you have the choice head to matador west on weekends to get away from the amateurs.

Pros: possibly the best happy hour in seattle

Cons: possibly the worst spot to try and enjoy a meal on friday night. (unless you like the zoo)

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Besides the best jalapenos ever, the Matador is the first place I think of when I want to be by a fire OR sit outside. Plus, who knew? the tastiest steak around!

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★★★★★

Besides the best jalapenos ever, the Matador is the first place I think of when I want to be by a fire OR sit outside. Plus, who knew? the tastiest steak around!

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I have been to The Matador a few times now and have always enjoyed it. I love the shrimp quesadilla's, and the nacho's. Happy hour is excellent. Great prices. Good service.

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★★★★★

I have been to The Matador a few times now and have always enjoyed it. I love the shrimp quesadilla's, and the nacho's. Happy hour is excellent. Great prices. Good service.

Pros: good ambience, good happy hour

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Two of us ordered the paella for dinner. It was the worst paella that both of us had eaten in our lives. It was burnt so that there was a thick crust of hard rice, stuck to the bottom. The rice on top was extremely dry and hard, to the point where it was actually unchewable. Between the rice stuck to the bottom and inedible rice on top, there wasn't much left to eat. It was served in a heavy skillet, presumably what they cooked it in.
It seems to me that they stuck it in the oven, forgot all about it and were shameless enough to serve it.

I would have still gone back for the ambience (and just avoided the paella), if the waitress had at least acknowledged the problem. However, when I complained to her about it, she pretended that that was normal and said that the rice was 'carmalized'. It didn't even seem to register on her that the dish was inedible. I know that the place gets busy, but that's no excuse for downright bad service. I certainly won't be going back there.

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★☆☆☆☆

Two of us ordered the paella for dinner. It was the worst paella that both of us had eaten in our lives. It was burnt so that there was a thick crust of hard rice, stuck to the bottom. The rice on top was extremely dry and hard, to the point where it was actually unchewable. Between the rice stuck to the bottom and inedible rice on top, there wasn't much left to eat. It was served in a heavy skillet, presumably what they cooked it in.
It seems to me that they stuck it in the oven, forgot all about it and were shameless enough to serve it.

I would have still gone back for the ambience (and just avoided the paella), if the waitress had at least acknowledged the problem. However, when I complained to her about it, she pretended that that was normal and said that the rice was 'carmalized'. It didn't even seem to register on her that the dish was inedible. I know that the place gets busy, but that's no excuse for downright bad service. I certainly won't be going back there.

Pros: Ambience, location, hours

Cons: Service, food

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I came here with a group of friends and we loved it. The food was excellent, the service was great and the ambiance was pleasant.

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★★★★★

I came here with a group of friends and we loved it. The food was excellent, the service was great and the ambiance was pleasant.

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I'd walk a mile to avoid this place. I went there with 5 friends after seeing a movie on Sunday afternoon at the Majestic Bay. We ended up at the Matador because it was within walking distance, in the future I'd keep walking. The service was slow and inconsistent, the waitress couldn't manage to keep the ice teas full and pretty much just ignored our table for large amounts of time. The food is mundane and sub-par. The salsa was so spicy that most of us were unable to eat it. I ordered the Carnitas and they were terrible. The pork itself was completely underdone and had a sweet aftertaste which is not what carnitas should taste like. The tomatillo salsa also had a sweet aftertaste to it as well, again not what it should taste like. All in all it was a waste of time and food as I left 75% of my order on my plate. While authentic mexican food may not be easy to find in Seattle I know that I've had decent mexican food in the past and the Matador certainly does not qualify. Avoid Avoid Avoid!

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★☆☆☆☆

I'd walk a mile to avoid this place. I went there with 5 friends after seeing a movie on Sunday afternoon at the Majestic Bay. We ended up at the Matador because it was within walking distance, in the future I'd keep walking. The service was slow and inconsistent, the waitress couldn't manage to keep the ice teas full and pretty much just ignored our table for large amounts of time. The food is mundane and sub-par. The salsa was so spicy that most of us were unable to eat it. I ordered the Carnitas and they were terrible. The pork itself was completely underdone and had a sweet aftertaste which is not what carnitas should taste like. The tomatillo salsa also had a sweet aftertaste to it as well, again not what it should taste like. All in all it was a waste of time and food as I left 75% of my order on my plate. While authentic mexican food may not be easy to find in Seattle I know that I've had decent mexican food in the past and the Matador certainly does not qualify. Avoid Avoid Avoid!

Pros: I guess that it's trendy, but if that matters to you I suppose you won't care about the food.

Cons: Food is boring, sub-par, undercooked, has weird flavors and is just not good. Poor service.

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Matador is the neighborhood singles spot. For dining, i would go other places but for a margarita and happy hour spot it's a good place for bar food. The spring rolls and nachos are pretty tasty and the prices are very reasonable. The bartenders are friendly too and the patio is fairly large.

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★★★★☆

Matador is the neighborhood singles spot. For dining, i would go other places but for a margarita and happy hour spot it's a good place for bar food. The spring rolls and nachos are pretty tasty and the prices are very reasonable. The bartenders are friendly too and the patio is fairly large.

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The only good thing about the restaurant was the ambiance. The bartender made our drinks wrong (added vodka when there is no vodka in the drink), then would not even give us a discount on them. He told us to drink them as they were and walked away (to watch football). I complained to the manager, he told me that he didn't see what happened and so couldn't give me a refund. The food was just blah, the server was also blah. I won't be going back.

0
★☆☆☆☆

The only good thing about the restaurant was the ambiance. The bartender made our drinks wrong (added vodka when there is no vodka in the drink), then would not even give us a discount on them. He told us to drink them as they were and walked away (to watch football). I complained to the manager, he told me that he didn't see what happened and so couldn't give me a refund. The food was just blah, the server was also blah. I won't be going back.

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Looking for a great neighborhood place to hang out and have some kicked up gourmet Tex-Mex cuisine? You've found it. The firepit and interesting iron artwork lend to the cozy, hip environment. The food is consistently good (I've been here at least 10 times and not been disappointed). The habanero prawns are a favorite for those who love heat in a perfectly balanced creamy sauce. My new favorite dish is the Mahi Mahi. It is what you always hope for when you order fish - flaky and moist, with a wonderful tomatillo sauce - a perfect balance of flavors. Happy hour is a great opportunity to try out the appetizers which are all very good at a bargain price.

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★★★★★

Looking for a great neighborhood place to hang out and have some kicked up gourmet Tex-Mex cuisine? You've found it. The firepit and interesting iron artwork lend to the cozy, hip environment. The food is consistently good (I've been here at least 10 times and not been disappointed). The habanero prawns are a favorite for those who love heat in a perfectly balanced creamy sauce. My new favorite dish is the Mahi Mahi. It is what you always hope for when you order fish - flaky and moist, with a wonderful tomatillo sauce - a perfect balance of flavors. Happy hour is a great opportunity to try out the appetizers which are all very good at a bargain price.

Pros: Great cozy atmosphere, creative, spicy menu

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We are huge fans of the Ballard neighborhood, and we heard that happy hour here was worth checking out, so we gave it a try. Huge disappointment!! All of our drinks were severely watered down. The nachos were huge, soggy and greasy, and the tacos were more salsa than meat.
The waitstaff was so rude, and appeared to be more interested in the younger, trendier looking patrons. When we finished our food, our table was hurried-ly cleared and our check quickly delivered presumably to move us along.
The atmosphere was pretentious and happy hour still ended up being more expensive than it was worth.
If you want great mexican food, walk a couple doors down to Carta de Oaxaca, you'll get fantastic service, a warm atomoshpere and affordable incredible food!
You're best to avoid the Matador unless you enjoy the pretentious trendy atmosphere.

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★★☆☆☆

We are huge fans of the Ballard neighborhood, and we heard that happy hour here was worth checking out, so we gave it a try. Huge disappointment!! All of our drinks were severely watered down. The nachos were huge, soggy and greasy, and the tacos were more salsa than meat.
The waitstaff was so rude, and appeared to be more interested in the younger, trendier looking patrons. When we finished our food, our table was hurried-ly cleared and our check quickly delivered presumably to move us along.
The atmosphere was pretentious and happy hour still ended up being more expensive than it was worth.
If you want great mexican food, walk a couple doors down to Carta de Oaxaca, you'll get fantastic service, a warm atomoshpere and affordable incredible food!
You're best to avoid the Matador unless you enjoy the pretentious trendy atmosphere.

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I've been a fan of the ballard location for a while now. Consistantly decent food and an attractive friendly staff that made us feel welcome. I live in West Seattle so when they came to my area, I was thrilled. I've now had bad experiences there 2 times out of 3. One was so bad, it inspired me to write a review.

Specifically, the food wasn't as good as in Ballard and the rude staff made no attempt to make it right.

The food between the two locations is similar but at the W seattle ones, the rice was dry and nearly burned. I commented on this to the manager who eye-rollingly agreed to ask the chef about it. She came back and said, "yeah, the chef admits its kinda dry tonight" That's it, no offer of a discount, nothing. We even asked for one as we'd left all the inedible rice on the plate uneaten. Politely too...nope.

A different time, We ordered appetizers (soup) and an entree (the great stew). The soup arrived almost 10 minutes after the main dish, even though I'd asked about its whereabouts 3 times. Waitress wasn't helpful when I commented politely, "look, I really didn't plan on eating my appetizer as a dessert, can you kindly take this off the bill?" She got the manager who explained "that's just how we do things at Matador. The food comes out when it comes out."

Forget it. Come on, even a Denny's wouldn't bring your salad out after your main dish. And if they did, they would graciously admit the error.

Still, nice decor. Good happy hour prices, and the occassional nice staff member. Good social scene too (if a bit conservative meat-markety for my taste). Overall, I can't let the sloppy service slide.

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★★★☆☆

I've been a fan of the ballard location for a while now. Consistantly decent food and an attractive friendly staff that made us feel welcome. I live in West Seattle so when they came to my area, I was thrilled. I've now had bad experiences there 2 times out of 3. One was so bad, it inspired me to write a review.

Specifically, the food wasn't as good as in Ballard and the rude staff made no attempt to make it right.

The food between the two locations is similar but at the W seattle ones, the rice was dry and nearly burned. I commented on this to the manager who eye-rollingly agreed to ask the chef about it. She came back and said, "yeah, the chef admits its kinda dry tonight" That's it, no offer of a discount, nothing. We even asked for one as we'd left all the inedible rice on the plate uneaten. Politely too...nope.

A different time, We ordered appetizers (soup) and an entree (the great stew). The soup arrived almost 10 minutes after the main dish, even though I'd asked about its whereabouts 3 times. Waitress wasn't helpful when I commented politely, "look, I really didn't plan on eating my appetizer as a dessert, can you kindly take this off the bill?" She got the manager who explained "that's just how we do things at Matador. The food comes out when it comes out."

Forget it. Come on, even a Denny's wouldn't bring your salad out after your main dish. And if they did, they would graciously admit the error.

Still, nice decor. Good happy hour prices, and the occassional nice staff member. Good social scene too (if a bit conservative meat-markety for my taste). Overall, I can't let the sloppy service slide.

Pros: Decor, some dishes, happy hour prices

Cons: Food timing (lack of it), manager attitude

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I've been to the Ballard location and loved it so we were excited when the Matador opened in West Seattle. I've been to the restaurant twice with my husband. Both times we were very disappointed with our food. The service left something to be desired as well. The waitress took forever and was fairly rude. I do not recommend the West Seattle location but still love Ballard.

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★★☆☆☆

I've been to the Ballard location and loved it so we were excited when the Matador opened in West Seattle. I've been to the restaurant twice with my husband. Both times we were very disappointed with our food. The service left something to be desired as well. The waitress took forever and was fairly rude. I do not recommend the West Seattle location but still love Ballard.

Pros: Cool atmosphere/vibe

Cons: Terrible service, unfriendly staff, food is not very good

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This is THE best place to stop by for Happy Hour after work. The $4 happy hour menu is long and everything on it sounds good. The nachos are amazing and huge!

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★★★★★

This is THE best place to stop by for Happy Hour after work. The $4 happy hour menu is long and everything on it sounds good. The nachos are amazing and huge!

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Now that Matador is expanding as fast as they can (one new restaurant a year), you can tell. We all headed over to the Matador in West Seattle. It was on a weekend night fairly early (7ish). The place is pretty cool. The decor is tex-mex and dark. Lots of candles and nice tables. We ordered apps, margaritas, and dinner. The drinks were fair. The pork tacos were good except for the flavorless and runny beans and rice. The calamari were right out of a frozen bag with no flavor and tasted "fast-foody". They might as well have been deep fried rubberbands. The service was...there. The music was so loud we couldn't hear each other talk. I know they are trying to make a chain restaurant as fast as they can but the quaility can suffer in the mean time.

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★★★☆☆

Now that Matador is expanding as fast as they can (one new restaurant a year), you can tell. We all headed over to the Matador in West Seattle. It was on a weekend night fairly early (7ish). The place is pretty cool. The decor is tex-mex and dark. Lots of candles and nice tables. We ordered apps, margaritas, and dinner. The drinks were fair. The pork tacos were good except for the flavorless and runny beans and rice. The calamari were right out of a frozen bag with no flavor and tasted "fast-foody". They might as well have been deep fried rubberbands. The service was...there. The music was so loud we couldn't hear each other talk. I know they are trying to make a chain restaurant as fast as they can but the quaility can suffer in the mean time.

Pros: location, ambiance

Cons: food

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We really enjoyed it here. In the summer they open up a giant wall of windows so you can sit outside in the sunshine or inside in the cool breeze. In the center is a giant fire pit which is super cozy at night. The drinks are h it or miss. While their margaritas - which they claim to be their specialty - tasted salty and almost bland to me, the sangria is outstanding and the mojitos are even better! The mojitos are made with lots of fresh mint that is refreshing and just perfect on a hot day. The service is attentive but a little stingy. When we told our server we were just there for a drink, she didn't bring us chips and salsa. When we asked for some, she brought it but charged us $1.50. Not the end of the world, and I suppose you can't have people eating free chips all night, but I thought it was a little stingy when you're bringing them out by the bucket to everyone else and charging $7 per drink. Despite that, our server was attentive and that is always appreciated. We also liked that the tables and bar stools were spaced out well; the layout is really inviting for conversation. The location on the corner is ideal as well. We will certainly be back!

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★★★★★

We really enjoyed it here. In the summer they open up a giant wall of windows so you can sit outside in the sunshine or inside in the cool breeze. In the center is a giant fire pit which is super cozy at night. The drinks are h it or miss. While their margaritas - which they claim to be their specialty - tasted salty and almost bland to me, the sangria is outstanding and the mojitos are even better! The mojitos are made with lots of fresh mint that is refreshing and just perfect on a hot day. The service is attentive but a little stingy. When we told our server we were just there for a drink, she didn't bring us chips and salsa. When we asked for some, she brought it but charged us $1.50. Not the end of the world, and I suppose you can't have people eating free chips all night, but I thought it was a little stingy when you're bringing them out by the bucket to everyone else and charging $7 per drink. Despite that, our server was attentive and that is always appreciated. We also liked that the tables and bar stools were spaced out well; the layout is really inviting for conversation. The location on the corner is ideal as well. We will certainly be back!

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i love mojitos.. matador makes the best ones! it's a default place to go to. it's not so much that their food is good, but it's a nice place to hang out and have a couple drinks at. seating can be a nightmare on friday and saturday nights and sometimes there are overly obnoxious, screaming customers, but the service is really good, very friendly in a mellow, casual sort of way.

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★★★★☆

i love mojitos.. matador makes the best ones! it's a default place to go to. it's not so much that their food is good, but it's a nice place to hang out and have a couple drinks at. seating can be a nightmare on friday and saturday nights and sometimes there are overly obnoxious, screaming customers, but the service is really good, very friendly in a mellow, casual sort of way.

Pros: happy hour, drinks

Cons: parking, hectic friday and saturday nights

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I liked the atmosphere and the appetizers were average. BUT, the drinks were terrible and we tried 5 different drinks:
The Topshelf Margarita was the worst, should have ordered a regular one.
The Cosmo was not made with Cranberry juice but tasted like pink lemonade.
The Purple Nehi was a disaster.
The Kamakazi tasted like it was the last of whatever they had.
5. How can you screw up a "Screwdriver"
We finally just had "Patron" on the rocks and still had to ask for a lime.
Was it because it was a Sunday night or if the majority of patrons are young and they don't know what a good drink tastes like? For what their charging these drinks should have been atleast "good". However, I am curious and will try out the West Seattle location in hopes they have Bartendars that actually know how to make a drink!

1
★★☆☆☆

I liked the atmosphere and the appetizers were average. BUT, the drinks were terrible and we tried 5 different drinks:
The Topshelf Margarita was the worst, should have ordered a regular one.
The Cosmo was not made with Cranberry juice but tasted like pink lemonade.
The Purple Nehi was a disaster.
The Kamakazi tasted like it was the last of whatever they had.
5. How can you screw up a "Screwdriver"
We finally just had "Patron" on the rocks and still had to ask for a lime.
Was it because it was a Sunday night or if the majority of patrons are young and they don't know what a good drink tastes like? For what their charging these drinks should have been atleast "good". However, I am curious and will try out the West Seattle location in hopes they have Bartendars that actually know how to make a drink!

Pros: Atmosphere, Happy Hour

Cons: Drinks, Expensive, The Bartendars

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For the West Seattle location I would have to say service is something to be desired. As for the food unexciting and mediocre at best. I could say the only thing it has going for it are strong cheap happy hour drinks and a meat market scene.

1
★★☆☆☆

For the West Seattle location I would have to say service is something to be desired. As for the food unexciting and mediocre at best. I could say the only thing it has going for it are strong cheap happy hour drinks and a meat market scene.

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The best Happy Hour value you're going to get for a rich food place. The nachos were the best prepared and best tasting I've had. No ton of dry chips left over, either. The Happy Hour has many cheap appetizer items to wash down with great margaritas. Since the West Seattle branch is new, they get very crowded in the evenings; check it out before the 9-5ers come in.

2
★★★★★

The best Happy Hour value you're going to get for a rich food place. The nachos were the best prepared and best tasting I've had. No ton of dry chips left over, either. The Happy Hour has many cheap appetizer items to wash down with great margaritas. Since the West Seattle branch is new, they get very crowded in the evenings; check it out before the 9-5ers come in.

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I have eaten at the Matador in west seattle about ten times now. The food thier rocks.Everything I have ordered is excellent. Even thier house Margarita is good. I have only sat at the bar but have always had excellent service. I would and do recommend this restaraunt to anyone. One more thing I have only been thier early. Like before 7pm. I have heard it gets very crowded later than that.

2
★★★★★

I have eaten at the Matador in west seattle about ten times now. The food thier rocks.Everything I have ordered is excellent. Even thier house Margarita is good. I have only sat at the bar but have always had excellent service. I would and do recommend this restaraunt to anyone. One more thing I have only been thier early. Like before 7pm. I have heard it gets very crowded later than that.

Pros: food, service, drinks

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I have been to the Matador several times with co-workers (never more than 5 people) and every single time, the waitress forgets several of our orders. I once asked for a basket of chips 5 times before she remembered it. The service is also very slow. You might wait 20 minutes with an empty drink. On the plus side, the food is very good, the happy hour apps are nicely priced, and the drinks are quite strong.

1
★★★☆☆

I have been to the Matador several times with co-workers (never more than 5 people) and every single time, the waitress forgets several of our orders. I once asked for a basket of chips 5 times before she remembered it. The service is also very slow. You might wait 20 minutes with an empty drink. On the plus side, the food is very good, the happy hour apps are nicely priced, and the drinks are quite strong.

Pros: Strong drinks, Ballard, Happy hour

Cons: Service, Service, Service

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We've been several times and have always enjoyed friendly, fast service. The atmosphere is fantastic, the Happy Hour is a steal and the food is great. My dad was visiting from NY and ate there three times on one trip! I'm not huge on the bar scene, but it's there if you want it. Otherwise, visit early or very late and you won't be disappointed. I heard that Matador West just opened on California in West Seattle - I'll be heading there next week.

2
★★★★★

We've been several times and have always enjoyed friendly, fast service. The atmosphere is fantastic, the Happy Hour is a steal and the food is great. My dad was visiting from NY and ate there three times on one trip! I'm not huge on the bar scene, but it's there if you want it. Otherwise, visit early or very late and you won't be disappointed. I heard that Matador West just opened on California in West Seattle - I'll be heading there next week.

Pros: Beautiful interior, Patio, Yummy food

Cons: Can be crowded

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Matador has awesome mexican food - very similar to Pesos but the food is a better. Fresh, and flavorful. I love the Carne Asada and the nachos. It gets pretty packed tho, cuz it's also a bar so I like going on a weekend for drinks. If you want a quite dinner try going during the week.

PROS: Great Food
CONS: Parking, Weekends are Crowded

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★★★★☆

Matador has awesome mexican food - very similar to Pesos but the food is a better. Fresh, and flavorful. I love the Carne Asada and the nachos. It gets pretty packed tho, cuz it's also a bar so I like going on a weekend for drinks. If you want a quite dinner try going during the week.

PROS: Great Food
CONS: Parking, Weekends are Crowded

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The margaritas are great (at a not so great price) and the fish tacos are also great (at an OK price). The drinks are not cheap, but the bartending skill makes the margaritas a definite winner. Cadillac margaritas are awsome! The only time I eat here is during happy hour, because the menu has selections at $4 each. Unfortunetly the happy hour menu has several losers. The calamari were in small bits, the buffallo wings were average, and the fire prawns were extremely small. But the winner is the fish taco! For $4 you'll get two delicious fish tacos which are a great next to a strong margarita. The noise level is a bit high, and the tables get taken quickly during the late night, but this place still is a nice choice for chatting with a few friends - or date - during happy hour.

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★★★★☆

The margaritas are great (at a not so great price) and the fish tacos are also great (at an OK price). The drinks are not cheap, but the bartending skill makes the margaritas a definite winner. Cadillac margaritas are awsome! The only time I eat here is during happy hour, because the menu has selections at $4 each. Unfortunetly the happy hour menu has several losers. The calamari were in small bits, the buffallo wings were average, and the fire prawns were extremely small. But the winner is the fish taco! For $4 you'll get two delicious fish tacos which are a great next to a strong margarita. The noise level is a bit high, and the tables get taken quickly during the late night, but this place still is a nice choice for chatting with a few friends - or date - during happy hour.

Pros: Cadillac Margaritas, Fish Tacos, Dim Light

Cons: Noisy, Crowded

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The Matador in Ballard is fabulously decorated with iron grille-work and beautifully polished wood. It is 21 and over only, so be prepared to whip out your ID if you look young. The food is fun, a zesty mix of TexMex with some standard Seattle fare, and the drink menu expansive. On nice days, sit on the patio and watch Ballard stroll by.

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★★★★☆

The Matador in Ballard is fabulously decorated with iron grille-work and beautifully polished wood. It is 21 and over only, so be prepared to whip out your ID if you look young. The food is fun, a zesty mix of TexMex with some standard Seattle fare, and the drink menu expansive. On nice days, sit on the patio and watch Ballard stroll by.

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We stopped in for a quick snack of nachos and beer and weren't disappointed! The nachos are huge and are layered with cheese and other yummy ingredients! Very very tasty. I can't wait to go back to try their dinner menu.

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★★★★★

We stopped in for a quick snack of nachos and beer and weren't disappointed! The nachos are huge and are layered with cheese and other yummy ingredients! Very very tasty. I can't wait to go back to try their dinner menu.

Pros: it's in Ballard!, service, taste

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Nice Atmosphere and decor. The food was good but warning to the faint of heart.. every item says fiery, hot and habanaro for a reason. The green chile enchilada seemed like a safe bet but I my mouth was still on fire.. but so much I quit eating the dish!.
Servers should warn you though when they serve you iced tea with flavorings like tropical though as not everyone is a fan.

2
★★★★☆

Nice Atmosphere and decor. The food was good but warning to the faint of heart.. every item says fiery, hot and habanaro for a reason. The green chile enchilada seemed like a safe bet but I my mouth was still on fire.. but so much I quit eating the dish!.
Servers should warn you though when they serve you iced tea with flavorings like tropical though as not everyone is a fan.

Pros: Good Value

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I first stopped by before a concert at the Tractor Tavern - and had a great experience at the bar - interacted with the owner/bartender, who was great. I returned several weeks later for a sit down dinner and found the service not nearly as good. Table turnover was extremely slow. I watched as people waited for 20 minutes for their checks as I was waiting for a table. At both visits there appeared to be difficulty with the music system - which was loud to the point of being unable to cary on a conversation. Also, with no waiting area, bar patrons spilled over into the restaraunt, next to my table. The food, however, was great both times. I would go for lunch or sit outside on a nice night, but avoid the dining area.

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★★★★☆

I first stopped by before a concert at the Tractor Tavern - and had a great experience at the bar - interacted with the owner/bartender, who was great. I returned several weeks later for a sit down dinner and found the service not nearly as good. Table turnover was extremely slow. I watched as people waited for 20 minutes for their checks as I was waiting for a table. At both visits there appeared to be difficulty with the music system - which was loud to the point of being unable to cary on a conversation. Also, with no waiting area, bar patrons spilled over into the restaraunt, next to my table. The food, however, was great both times. I would go for lunch or sit outside on a nice night, but avoid the dining area.

Pros: Food Quality

Cons: , Parking, Crowded

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I really thought this place was cool. The bartender, Mike, was efficient and good looking, although not overly warm (he didn't have the time, the place was swarming). The beer was served in frozen, thick wall mugs that really helped retain the chill. I loved the decor, with its bull motif. The only problem is that it does have that meat market thing going on (just like Pesos), but that would probably be because there is so much nice meat walking around there (male and female). One other issue: I love the happy hour ahi dishes at Matador's sister restaurant, Peso's. Matador had only one ahi dish, and it wasn't on the happy hour menu. While it was interesting (with granny smith slaw) and tasty, I found it seared slightly too long, and the soy dipping sauce seemed an afterthought, not well composed like the ahi dishes at Pesos.

2
★★★★☆

I really thought this place was cool. The bartender, Mike, was efficient and good looking, although not overly warm (he didn't have the time, the place was swarming). The beer was served in frozen, thick wall mugs that really helped retain the chill. I loved the decor, with its bull motif. The only problem is that it does have that meat market thing going on (just like Pesos), but that would probably be because there is so much nice meat walking around there (male and female). One other issue: I love the happy hour ahi dishes at Matador's sister restaurant, Peso's. Matador had only one ahi dish, and it wasn't on the happy hour menu. While it was interesting (with granny smith slaw) and tasty, I found it seared slightly too long, and the soy dipping sauce seemed an afterthought, not well composed like the ahi dishes at Pesos.

Pros: hot waitresses, cool decor, happy hour

Cons: , crowded, bling blingy

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Was expecting a LOT more of this little-brother to Queen Anne's Pesos, but, as the big brother has drifted into mediocrity, the little brother follows along. The formerly delicious hand-squeezed Margarita mix is tasteless sugarwater with overpowering Tequilla. Food bland, uninspired and all the interesting, unique dishes of 2 years ago, long gone from the now-standardized, Americanized menu. Meat market ambience, lousy service.

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★★☆☆☆

Was expecting a LOT more of this little-brother to Queen Anne's Pesos, but, as the big brother has drifted into mediocrity, the little brother follows along. The formerly delicious hand-squeezed Margarita mix is tasteless sugarwater with overpowering Tequilla. Food bland, uninspired and all the interesting, unique dishes of 2 years ago, long gone from the now-standardized, Americanized menu. Meat market ambience, lousy service.

Pros: cool location, interesting decor

Cons: , bad maragritas, annoying atmosphere

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They have the best happy hour in town, almost half of their regular menu is available and the portions are as if you ordered off the menu.

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★★★★★

They have the best happy hour in town, almost half of their regular menu is available and the portions are as if you ordered off the menu.

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Happy Hour is great at the Matador. I've been there twice (once for Valentine's Day, and once for my Birthday), and both times I had an awesome time. We went during happy hour both times, and just shared appetizers and had drinks. For $3 an appetizer it's a great value, and if you like a little heat you should love the food. Between the goat cheese stuffed jalepenos and the chipotle chicken wings my lips were burning, but everything was so good! Plus it's a lot of fun to order 4-5 different appetizers to sample. The service was excellent, and the atmosphere was fun. I really recommend this place for great spicy food and a cool atmosphere.

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★★★★★

Happy Hour is great at the Matador. I've been there twice (once for Valentine's Day, and once for my Birthday), and both times I had an awesome time. We went during happy hour both times, and just shared appetizers and had drinks. For $3 an appetizer it's a great value, and if you like a little heat you should love the food. Between the goat cheese stuffed jalepenos and the chipotle chicken wings my lips were burning, but everything was so good! Plus it's a lot of fun to order 4-5 different appetizers to sample. The service was excellent, and the atmosphere was fun. I really recommend this place for great spicy food and a cool atmosphere.

Pros: HAPPPY HOUR!!!, Cool Atmosphere, Good Service

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I have been here a few times, not a bad place but nothing to brag about either. Some of my friends have had bad service here, though to be honest most of the people in the place aren't from Ballard at all, so are used to that level of service. Many better spots to drink right down the street. Good happy hour menu though.

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★★★☆☆

I have been here a few times, not a bad place but nothing to brag about either. Some of my friends have had bad service here, though to be honest most of the people in the place aren't from Ballard at all, so are used to that level of service. Many better spots to drink right down the street. Good happy hour menu though.

Pros: happy hour menu

Cons: , drinks too pricy, not neighborhood bar

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This place is great and different from most places in Seattle. The food is yummy, the atmosphere is fun and lively, and the drinks are GOOD!! If you want to try something different you should try The Matador. Oh yeah and the happy hour menu is to die for!!! We had a great time!

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★★★★★

This place is great and different from most places in Seattle. The food is yummy, the atmosphere is fun and lively, and the drinks are GOOD!! If you want to try something different you should try The Matador. Oh yeah and the happy hour menu is to die for!!! We had a great time!

Pros: Fun, Good Food, Awesome Drinks

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