I didn't think El Sirenito looked like much from the outside with its small non descript exterior. Located in Georgetown, the funky and artistic neighborhood south of downtown Seattle, is next to the popular Fonda La Catrina and is owned by the same people. But when I walked through the doors I entered into a long narrow space with a long bar on one side and tables lining the wall on the other side. Then a large glass door led to an outdoor space that would be nice on a warm sunny day while one sipped a Margarita. The day we went was sunny and as I sat at a table for two inside with my husband and felt the sun on my face, I felt like I'd been transported to Mexico. El Sirenito is a tequila bar with seafood inspired dishes. Yesterday just happened to be National Margarita Day so it was kind of perfect that I chose to get one. They have a happy hour everyday from four to six and they're only seven bucks. It was a classic Margarita and it did pack a punch. Since we were headed to have dinner afterwards, we just wanted a drink and to share one plate. We decided on the Ceviche which had rockfish, cilantro, lime, onion, radish, Serrano chili, tomato, and jicama. It was a small serving but every bite was flavorful and like my drink, also packed a punch. As the tables around us started to fill up I realized that many people have already discovered this little jewel in Georgetown.