Snackdown pt II: Southeast Seattle vs. International District

A tasty huarache from El Quetzal on Beacon Avenue. Photo by Lesa Sullivan in the Beacon Hill Blog photo pool on Flickr.

As is only right and proper, Southeast Seattle wiped out West Seattle/White Center in the last round of Seattle Weekly‘s Snackdown competition to find the neighborhood/district with the best eatin’. Now we’ve moved into the quarterfinals, with a tough match against a heavyweight: the International District.

The International District is certainly known for its food, but it may be that Southeast Seattle has much more variety. At any rate, you know what to do: vote early, vote often.

3 thoughts on “Snackdown pt II: Southeast Seattle vs. International District”

  1. Unfortunately, we didn’t beat the International District. I still think we should have won, though. There is much more variety of cuisine in Southeast Seattle.

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