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Nominate the Best! Pittsburgh Magazine's 2018 Readers' Poll

Where is Pittsburgh's best breakfast joint? Dive bar? Yoga studio? Who is the best local singer? Meteorologist? It's time to select your local favorites in multiple categories.



Pittsburgh Magazine’s Readers’ Poll enables you to nominate and then vote for your favorite local businesses. The top three nominees in each category will be announced on March 12; voting for the winners will end on April 20.

The winners will be featured in our July Best of the ‘Burgh issue.
 

Your Information:

First Name                                   
Last Name                                        
Email address

 

Rules of Entry:

  • In order for your nominations ballot to be counted, we ask that you vote in at least 10 categories.
  • No individual, business or event should be named more than three times on any one ballot.
  • Businesses are eligible if open by March 12, 2018. 
  • Include the full name of the entity as well as the location, where applicable, or your votes cannot be counted. Some companies have similar names, such as the various Vincent’s and Tambellini’s restaurants. So please be specific.
  • Editors reserve the right to accept or reject suggestions based on response and space. Categories may also be removed if voting appears to have been stacked.
  • Nominations end Wednesday, Feb. 28 at noon.
  • Final voting will begin Monday, March 12.

When voting, please name only Pittsburgh-affiliated individuals, businesses and events. For the write-in fields, please include the suggested category along with the business, event or individual's name.

 

FOOD/RESTAURANTS

Al Fresco
 
Bakery
 
Bar-b-que
Breakfast
 
Brunch
 
Burger
 
BYOB 
 
Cheap Eats
 
Chinese
 
Contemporary American
Dessert
 
Diner
 
European 
 
Family-Friendly
 
Farmer's/Local Market
 
Food Truck
 
French
 
Frozen Treat
 
Gluten-Free
 
Hot Dog
 
Ice Cream
 
Ice Pop
 
Indian
 
Italian (non-chain)
 
Japanese/Sushi
 
Latin-Inspired
 
Mediterranean/Greek
 
Mexican/Tex-Mex
Middle Eastern
 
Pastries
 
Pierogies
Pizza (non-chain)
 
Seafood
 
Small Plates
 
Special Occasion
 
Steak
 
Taco
 
Thai
 
Vegan/Vegetarian-Friendly
 
Wing Night
 
Worth the Drive
 
Write-in

 

Drinks/Beverages

Best Bar
 
Beer List
 
Whiskey Bar
 
After-Dinner Drinks
 
Dive Bar
 
Local Brewery/Microbrewery
Local Distillery
 
Cocktails
 
Wine List
 
Local Coffee Spot
 
Tea Shop
 
Juice
 
Write-in

 

ENTERTAINMENT

Cinema
 
Place to Catch Old Movie
 
Museum
 
Place to Catch Live Music
 
Place to Catch Live Comedy
Theater company
 
Hiking/Biking Trail
 
Outdoor Event
 
Trivia/Game Night
 
Dance Party
 
Improv/Sketch Team
 
Benefit Bash
 
Local Band/Musical Group
 
Local Singer
 
Sports Team
 

Write-in

 

PERSONALITIES

Pro Athlete
 
College Athlete
 
High School Athlete
 
Meteorologist
 
News Anchor
 
Street Reporter
 
Sports Reporter
 
Local Journalist
 
Local Author
 
Blogger/Columnist
 
Morning Drive Team
 
Tattoo Artist
 
Comedian
 
Bartender
 
Write-in
 

 

Business

Hair Salon
 
Fitness Club
 
Fitness Class
 
Yoga Studio
 
Tattoo Shop
 
Florist
 
Jewelry Store
 
Pet Services
 
Spa
 
Clothing boutique
 
Bridal boutique
 
Bed &Breakfast
 
Comic Book Store
 
Toy/Game Store
 
Record Store
 
Beauty Products/Makeup Store
Homegoods Store (non-chain)
Indie Bookstore
 
Local Resort
 
Card/Stationary Store
boutique
Write-in
 

 

By voting, you will receive emails and special offers from PM; you may opt out at any time.
 

 

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