Best of Miami 2011 Readers' Poll Now Open

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After a brutal recession, Miami's corpse has reanimated itself into something that's hungry for BRAAAAAIIIINNNNSSS!, er, a comeback. Sure, this zombie smells a little rotten and moves a bit slowly, but soon enough there will be an army taking over. No government-enforced quarantine will keep it down.

Every good zombie takeover needs a large pack. If you're ready to join the hunt for flesh, uh, the city's best, fill out our Best of Miami 2011 Readers' Poll.

As a faithful zombie reader, you have the chance to chime in on categories such as Best Dance Club, Best Chef, Best Food Truck, Best Museum, Best BRAAAAAIIIINNNNSSS!, and others.

Voting and the hunt end June 3. Time to get infected.

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