Best of Miami Readers' Poll: The Final Round Is Open for Business

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One month ago, we put out the challenge: Tell us, Miami, all about your favorite DJs, your spot for ceviche, fried chicken and late-night grub, your go-to bar for a legit cocktail, and the jukebox you can't live without. Tell us what you love in the Magic City, we asked. And damned if you didn't come through big time. We've tallied the thousands of nominations, and now it's here: the final round of our 2013 Best of Miami Readers' Poll, when you get to vote among the top five nominees in each category to pick a winner.

Who's the best a.m. talker in town? Dan Le Batard or Joe Rose? Or could one of the dark horses (Marc Hochman, Subhash Kateel, or Jorge Sedano) take the title? Where's the best bar in South Beach? The Abbey? The Clevelander? Or newcomers Clandestino, the Foxhole, or the Broken Shaker?

See also:

-- Vote for the 2013 Best of Miami Awards

Here's how the final round works: Vote in as many of the 94 Readers' Poll categories as you want. For example, tell us who has the best jukebox. (Can Gramps take down Kill Your Idol? Or will Lost Weekend, Lucky's Pub & Grub, or Pub One snatch the crown?)

Polls close May 29. We'll tally the results and let you know who Miami voters love best on June 13, when the 2013 edition of Best of Miami hits stands.

Get to votin'!

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