Best of Miami Reader's Poll Is Open: Tell Us About Your Favorite Spots, You Slackers

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For the past 25 years, our Best of Miami issue has been telling you about our town's greatest places to get drunk, eat barbecue, dance your pants off, and pretty much do all the other things that make life in Miami worth living. But here's the thing: We need your help, you eaters, drinkers, dancers and life-livers of Miami-Dade County. 

Our Best of Miami reader's poll is open! Now we need you to tell us about all your favorite spots. Do it!

This year, we're doing our Reader's Poll a little bit differently because we want you to have more say about Miami's most delectable tacos, most inebriating nightclubs and most mouth-watering ceviches. 

The deal is simple: Go to our Reader's Poll page, and sign in with your Voice Places account. (If you don't have one, it will take one minute of your life. Promise.)

Then, nominate away, in more than 100 categories. You'll need to drop at least 10 names, but feel free to tell us about as many awesome places as you want. 

On May 6, we'll close the nominating rounds, tally up the top-five vote getters in each category, and then put those finalists up for a last public vote. 

The results land on June 13, when our 26th edition of Best of Miami hits stands and the Interwebs. 

Don't miss out on this -- nominate your favorite restaurants, shops and bars today!

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