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Vote Now in Seattle Magazine’s Best of 2017 Readers’ Choice Poll

We want to hear from you, opinionated person on the internet.

By Seattle Magazine Staff August 25, 2017

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You deserve the best, Seattle. And no one knows this rapidly growing town better than the people who make it a vibrant place to live.

From the best rooftop bar to the best place to buy your kicks, we want to hear from you, the people of Emerald City. Vote your heart out in Seattle magazine’s Best of 2017 Readers’ Choice Poll. Cast your ballot for your favorite restaurants, hair salons, vacation spots and more through August 31.

Don’t forget to look for the winners in our December issue.

 

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