Georgetown's pub row has a new food joint, and this one's not serving pizza. Fonda La Catrina is a Mexican cantina that spent the last year raising enough money to open the 70-seat restaurant in the old Tile Works space. They're open for lunch and dinner, offering the usual tacos, enchiladas and moles. But being in Seattle and all, they source their meat from Painted Hills and Carlton Farms. And with the most expensive item topping out at under $15, you can wash down your pozole with a frosty margarita or two.