It's Here! 2013 Best Of Broward/Palm Beach

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It's finally live!

For months, we have eaten, shopped, drunk, partied, and generally slaved to find the best of the very best in Broward and Palm Beach counties. It was all for you, dear readers, all for you.

(OK, the drinking was for us, but the hangovers are totally on you.)

It's not on the street yet, but the 2013 Best Of Broward/Palm Beach issue is live online.

We have broken down this immense and carefully curated database of the greatest South Florida has to offer into four easy-to-navigate categories: Arts & Entertainment, Sports & Recreation, Shopping & Services, and -- nearest and dearest to Clean Plate Charlie's foodie heart -- Food & Drink.

Who won Best Pizza? Who grilled up Best Burger? Where will you find the Best Diner?

Then, of course, there is Readers' Choice. Your vote counted, but did your nominee win the day?

Don't forget to pick up the print edition when it hits the stands, and keep it by your bedside as a reference guide all year long. For the more technologically inclined, download our "Best Of" app and keep the issue in your pocket.

Want access to our Best Of picks from your smartphone? Download our free Best Of app for the iPhone or Android phone from the App Store or Google Play. Don't forget to check out the full Best Of Broward-Palm Beach® online at bestof.voiceplaces.com.

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