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Arts + CultureGuardian BEST OF THE BAY voting starts August 15!

Guardian BEST OF THE BAY voting starts August 15!

The original Best of the Bay is back, for its 42nd year.

The first, the biggest, the BEST! Voting for the 42nd Bay Guardian Best of the Bay — hosted by 48 Hills — starts Tuesday, August 15! Voting will continue through September, and results will be published here on 48 Hills on October 18.

Come back to 48 Hills next Tuesday to start voting. Tell your friends, neighbors, and favorite businesses! There is no nominating process — anyone is eligible to win in the appropriate Readers Poll category. You can check out the categories here

For 42 years, the Guardian’s Best of the Bay issue has been the ultimate guide to the Bay Area, listing winners chosen by our readers, in categories like Best Overall Restaurant, Best Live Music Venue, Best Hotel, Best Specialty Store, Best Burrito, Best Dance Party, Best Politician, Best Bike Repair, Best Cannabis Club, and many more! 

Join us as we continue to celebrate all the people, places, and things that make living in the Bay Area THE BEST! 

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Marke B.
Marke B.
Marke Bieschke is the publisher and arts and culture editor of 48 Hills. He co-owns the Stud bar in SoMa. Reach him at marke (at) 48hills.org, follow @supermarke on Twitter.

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