Vote: The Seattle Magazine Best of 2019 Readers’ Choice Poll

Cast your ballot for the best of the best in Seattle
| Updated: July 15, 2019
 
 
Vote for your favorite wine bar, happy hour, sushi and more

We trust your judgement, Seattle. So much that we’re handing over the reins and letting you tell us what’s good in our city. Have a favorite coffee shop? Let us know. What about the best dog park? Let us know that, too!

From the best burger joint to the best record store, we want to hear from you. Fill out the survey below. Please share with your friends and followers, vote by Aug. 16 and pick up our year in review issue on newsstands in December.

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