Best of the 'Burgh 2010

Submit your favorite spots for the 2010 Readers' Poll




What are the best places to visit, things to do and people to see in the Pittsburgh region? We want to know what you think. Fill out our Readers' Poll below and submit by May 31, 2010. Winners from each category will be recognized in the September 2010 issue of PITTSBURGH MAGAZINE. Editors reserve the right to accept or reject suggestions based on response and space.

Each entry must include your name, phone number and email address. No faxes or copies will be accepted. And, please, only one ballot per person. Thank you. 

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Email
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Arts and Entertainment
Best Music Venue: Pop
Best Music Venue: Classical
Best Music Venue: Jazz
Best Walking/Riding Trail
Best Local Comedian/ Comedienne
Best Local Artist
Best Arts Event
Best Museum
Best Performing Arts Venue
Best Bowling Alley
Best Theater Company
Best Local Dance Company
Best People-Watching
Best Summer Festival
Best Picnic Spot
Best Movie Theater
Best Weekend Trip
Beauty
Best Spa: Pop                            
Best Hair Stylist
Best Massage
Best Cosmetic Dentist
Best Skin Treatments
Best Fashion Stylist
Best Hair Colorist
Best Manicure
Best Pedicure
Food and Drink
Best Alfresco Dining                  
Best Neighborhood Joint
Best Romantic Restaurant
Best Wine Cellar
Best Coffee Shop
Best Bakery
Best Family Restaurant
Best Caterer
Best Take Out
Best Vegetarian Food
Best Local Winery
Best Wait Staff and Service
Kids and Family
Best Kids' Menu
Best Free Activity for Families
Best Playground/Park
Best Event for Kids and Families
Best Community Pool
Best Second-Hand Shop for Kids' Clothing
Best Kids' Clothing
Best Kids' Shoes
News Media
Best Local Blog                          
Best TV Personality
Best News Team
Best Daily Newspaper
Best Local Writer
Best Local TV Show
Best Weatherperson
Best Radio Personality
Best Morning Drive Team
Pets
Pet Store                                    
Best Pet Day Care
Best Veterinarian
Best Dog Park
Best Pet Event
Best Dog Kennel
Services
Best Law Firm                            
Best Architect
Best Painter
Best Roofer
Best Plumber
Best Electrician
Best New Home Builder
Best Dry Cleaner
Best Company to Work For
Shopping
Best New Boutique                    
Best Vintage Shop
Best Florist
Best Jewelry
Best Furniture
Best Fabric Store
Best Storefront
Best Car Dealership
Best Food Store
Best Bookstore
Best Card Shop
Best Lawn and Garden Center
Best Bridal Shop
Best Frame Shop
Sports
Best Local Athlete                      
Best Sports Team
Best Coach
Best Stadium
Best Play of the Year
Best Fitness Club
Best Golf Course
Did we miss something?
Best of "Other"                           
Worst of Pittsburgh
Worst Publicity Stunt
Worst Intersection
Worst Sports Blooper
Worst Decision Made by a Politician
Worst Eyesore
Worst Traffic Light

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