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Snackdown: Coconut Grove is Going to the Finals

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​For the last two weeks Short Order has been paring down a group of eight Miami-Dade neighborhoods in a "Snackdown." This is the first finals round-up. We are awaiting results for Coral Gables vs. Midtown/Design District/Wynwood, which will be finished Tuesday, (Guess which wealthy neighborhood is winning.)

Read our arguments and VOTE! Tweet it. Facebook it. Google+ it. Comment if you don't like it. Comment if you love it. Do whatever it takes to rep your epicurean mecca.

In a swashbuckling fight to the end, Coconut Grove snatched a place in the finals from Downtown. Nearing 270 of you voted. It was a barn burner.The Grove grabbed a spot in the final two with just 52 percent of the vote.

It seems our local inhabitants just can't get enough of the Grove. Will is be crowned champ?Well, we can't say for sure right now but we know one thing:

These places are all fair game for a potential victory party come D-Day when the Snackdown winner is announced:

Villa Mayfair
Scotty's Landing
Jaguar Ceviche
Bombay Darbar
GreenStreet Cafe
Le Bouchon du Grove
El Taquito
Barracuda Raw Bar & Grill
Peacock Garden Cafe
George's in the Grove
Berries in the Grove

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