Broward/Palm Beach New Times' Best of Readers Choice Closes June 4: Last Chance to Vote

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Broward/Palm Beach New Times' Best Of edition hits the streets June 19, bringing you our annual guide to the newest restaurants, the coolest bars, and the most original shops.

We've picked our favorites -- and you can, too.

Wednesday, June 4, is the voting deadline for our Readers' Choice poll. This is your opportunity to give a shout out to your favorite places in dozens of categories like best burger, Chinese restaurant, hot dog, food truck, chef, dive bar, and new restaurant.

Just visit readerschoice.browardpalmbeach and choose your best of the best. But remember -- you've got until June 4 at 11:59 p.m. to vote. So far, over 1,400 readers in Broward and Palm Beach have participated. Now, it's your turn.

Then, look out for our supersized Best Of edition -- available online, in print, and on our mobile app on June 19. It's going to be a hot summer!

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