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12 Cheap Eats To Seek Out in White Center

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For Cheap Eats Week, we ate a lot of food in White Center and filed away the best to write home about. Hitchhike your way to the W.C. and start tackling these eating assignments.

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Best Roasted Corn Stand

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Burger Boss

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Carniceria El Paisano

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El Paisano Rosticeria Y Cocina

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Hung Long Asian Market

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Huong Xua White Center Deli

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Mardi Gras Donuts

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Meander's Kitchen

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Queen's Deli

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Salvadorean Bakery and Restaurant Inc.

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Taqueria La Fondita #2

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Taqueria El Mezon

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When you want taco truck-authentic food but don’t want to stand outside or eat in a tent, go to El Mezon. Every entree is under $10, the sopitos are delightful, and the flautas are always impossibly crispy. Plus, they have a crazy-dank green salsa that is garlicky and creamy that we recommend you pour on everything. Everything.

Best Roasted Corn Stand

[Photo Credit: Vivian N., Yelp]

Burger Boss

[Photo Credit]

Carniceria El Paisano

[Photo Credit]

El Paisano Rosticeria Y Cocina

[Photo Credit]

Hung Long Asian Market

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Huong Xua White Center Deli

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Mardi Gras Donuts

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Meander's Kitchen

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Queen's Deli

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Salvadorean Bakery and Restaurant Inc.

[Photo Credit]

Taqueria La Fondita #2

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Taqueria El Mezon

When you want taco truck-authentic food but don’t want to stand outside or eat in a tent, go to El Mezon. Every entree is under $10, the sopitos are delightful, and the flautas are always impossibly crispy. Plus, they have a crazy-dank green salsa that is garlicky and creamy that we recommend you pour on everything. Everything.

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