Time flies when you're having fun.
The Best Of issue's June 13th debut draws near and the 2013 Readers' Poll comes to its end.
After sifting through hundreds of nominations, we tallied up the top five finalists in each category. For the last few weeks, you have been voting on those finalists. If you haven't voted yet, you need to do so today! As of 11:59 p.m. tonight, the 2013 Reader's Poll is officially closed.
Our list of the Top Ten Burgers in Broward and Palm Beach was one of the most read blogs of the year, but it wasn't without controversy. Many of you had strong opinions about what we got right and what you thought we missed.
Sometimes, the best food isn't found in brick and mortar restaurants, but on the go. Which of your nominees for best food truck will you choose, dear readers? Will it be PS561, Nacho Bizness, Zombie Ice, B.C. Tacos, or Ms. Cheezious?
Who will be your favorite chef, your number one burrito, and your favorite bar? There are over 60 categories, but don't worry, we've made the voting so simple it should only take a couple of minutes. The results of the Readers' Poll will be published in the Best of Broward and Palm Beach issue which hits the newsstands June 13. Vote now, while you still can!
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