Live somewhere long enough and you develop a collection of favorite locations, places you can always count on to deliver a good times or good service. You have your favorite museum to explore, your favorite spot to grab a glass of wine, your favorite place to work out, so on and so forth.
In a few weeks, our Best of Houston® 2014 issue is going to drop and we'll have our list of favorites for you to read and check out. Of course, we also know that you feel very passionate about some of the subjects, which is why we're giving you the chance to let us know what your favorite spots are.
That's right, it's time for the 2014 Best of Houston® Readers' Poll.
Right now there are 99 categories just waiting for your love, from Best Comic Book Store to Best Steak Night to Best Place to People-Watch. And if there's a catagory you think we missed, fear not: you can also vote for "Award We Forgot."
Voting ends at 11:59 p.m. on September 21, 2014. Thanks for sharing your picks with us.
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