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It's back! Vote now in the Best of Detroit 2020 poll!

Posted By on Thu, Aug 6, 2020 at 9:37 AM

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Nothing can stop Detroit! After a delay, it's back: You can vote for your favorite food, drink, music, arts, and more in our relaunched Best of Detroit poll.

You can vote now at metrotimes.com/BestOfDetroit.

Voting closes at 11:59 p.m. on Sept. 4. We'll share the winners in our Best of Detroit issue, due on newsstands in September.

The fine print:

• As always, we are asking you tell us about your local favorites. Please celebrate what makes Detroit unique by nominating locally owned businesses wherever possible.

• You must register and turn off pop-up blockers before voting.

• If you are having trouble casting votes, you may need to clear your browser's cache. (Not sure how to do that? Follow instructions here.)

• Ballot stuffing: If we suspect that you obtained your votes unfairly — via third-party vendors, paying people to vote for you or by voting for yourself repeatedly using fake accounts — you'll be disqualified from winning your category.

• You may vote once per day.

Again, you can cast your vote now at metrotimes.com/BestOfDetroit.

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