Vote now in the Metro Times Best of Detroit 2019 poll... before it's too late!

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We aim to blow the lid off this caper! The city has its secrets, and we're going to share them all. Maybe you can help.

You can vote for your favorite food, drink, music, arts, and more in the 2019 Best of Detroit poll by 11:59 p.m. on March 22. After that, it'll be too late!

We'll share the scoop in our Best of Detroit issue, due on newsstands April 24.

You can vote below or by clicking here.

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.

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