Southeast Seattle vs. West Seattle: a lip-smacking Snackdown

Have a torta at El Quetzal! Photo by Eleazar Teodoro in the Beacon Hill Blog photo pool on Flickr.

Get your votes in for Southeast Seattle! Seattle Weekly‘s Voracious food blog is running their annual Snackdown, in which regions of Seattle compete for the Snackdown title as “Seattle’s best eating district.” This week, Southeast Seattle is up against West Seattle and White Center. You can vote on the website.

In this year’s competition, the suburbs are included, and some Seattle neighborhoods are lumped in with others. So, Beacon Hill is part of the “Southeast Super Region” along with the Central District, Madrona, Mount Baker, Georgetown, Columbia City, and Rainier Valley. Last year’s champion, White Center, gets paired with West Seattle. The Southeast wiped out the Northeast Super Region in a pre-competition qualifying round last week.

Of course, we know all about the great food that can be found on Beacon Hill and elsewhere in the great Southeast. Surely we can defeat the Westerners this week. The winner of this week’s competition will then face the winner of the competition between Downtown/Belltown/Pioneer Square/Sodo and the International District.

3 thoughts on “Southeast Seattle vs. West Seattle: a lip-smacking Snackdown”

  1. between beacon hill and west seattle its west seattle but when you include the SE super regions, its the SEsuper region either way its a bad comparison for low information people.

  2. West Seattle? Are you kidding me? That place is nothing but overpriced wine bars and vegan sconce huts.

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