The Seattle Weekly’s annual Great Neighborhood Snackdown competition is on yet again, and Ballard is up against Fremont and Wallingford. “Three top performers in last year’s Snackdown restart their tournament journeys, with Wallingford and Fremont teaming up to challenge Ballard for culinary supremacy. Don’t forget to file your vote by tonight at 11:59 p.m.,” writes the Seattle Weekly.
Seattle Weekly’s Chelsea Lin is in Ballard’s corner:
Everyone’s got an opinion on where to eat and drink in Ballard, from Frank Bruni at theNew York Times to the drunken fisherman leaning against the Henry mural on the side of theSloop. Though the historically seafaring ‘hood was past known for its prominent Norwegian heritage–a night swilling aquavit like a Viking at Copper Gate is still a rite of passage for newbies–it’s quickly passing even hipster haven Capitol Hill as the place to see and be seen in Seattle.
To read more and cast your vote, click here.