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Miami Web Award 2013 Winners

Last night, New Times celebrated the best of the web with the second annual Miami Web Awards at Shots Miami. With free samples from Apothic wines and bites from Los Perros and Latin Burger & Taco, we got everyone in the mood to celebrate this year's winners.

And those winners, chosen by our readers, were crowned last night, including Pepe Billete for Funniest Twitterer, Nightdrive Miami for Best Music Blog, and a double sweep by Fatgirl Hedonist for Best Food Instagram User and Best Food Blog.

In case you missed last night's awards ceremony, here is the full list of the winners.

See also: Miami Web Awards 2013 at Shots Miami (Photos)

Miami Web Award 2013 Winners

Best Start-Up App: Epicurator

Funniest Twitterer: @PepeBillete

Best Media Twitterer: @LeBatardShow

Best Miami Celebrity Twitterer: @KingJames

Best Food Instagram User: @fatgirlhedonist

Best Artistic Instagram User: @skymongers

Best Vine Presence: Jessi Smiles

Best Podcast: Geekgasm

Best Flickr User: Blue Skyz Media

Best Music Blog: Nightdrive Miami

Best Food Blog: Fatgirl Hedonist

Best Arts & Culture Blog: Miami Pop

Best Sports Blog: State of the U

Best Fashion Blog: The Fashion Poet

Best Political/News Blog: Eye on Miami

Best Neighborhood Blog: Coconut Grove Grapevine

Best Viral Video: Miami Style

Meme of the Year: Prancercise

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