STOP Whatever You Are Doing, and VOTE in the Memphis Magazine Restaurant Poll



Okay, you've finally discovered who serves the most mouth-watering dessert in the city. It was so incredibly good, in fact, that you're thinking of going back tomorrow for more. And more. Or maybe you've finally found that perfect spot for breakfast, with omelets to die for. Or you've decided that brand-new eatery in — oh, it could be anywhere — is absolutely the best place in town.

Well, don't keep all these opinions to yourself. Eleven months of the year, we tell you about the people, places, events, and issues of Memphis. Now it's your turn to tell us a few things — more than 30 things actually — in our annual Readers Restaurant Poll.

We want you to tell us the best places in town to eat, drink, and be merry. And by doing so, we'll honor those places with gold, silver, and bronze awards, recognizing their achievements in the culinary arts. It won't take 15 minutes of your time. So go here right now and take part in our annual Readers Restaurant Poll.

We'll announce the winners in our February 2012 Dining issue.

Thanks for participating. Now, all this typing has made us hungry . . .

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