Best of Houston

Got a Favorite Sports Star, Bike Shop, Tattoo Artist? Nominate Them in Best of Houston® for a Readers' Choice Award

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Is DeAndre Hopkins on your favorites list? Photo by Eric Sauseda
Got a favorite sports star? Maybe a bike shop that's gotten you shipshape again after every one of your wrecks. Or maybe you know a good deal on where to buy hard-to-find plants, or the tattoo artist whose precision and creativity is head and shoulders above the rest.

Now's your chance to share that knowledge with the rest of Houston and let us all in on the secret.

Starting today, the Houston Press is offering its readers the opportunity to nominate deserving organizations, businesses and people for its 2019 Readers’ Choice Awards, part of the Houston Press Best of Houston® Food Nominations Open Up For Readers' Choice Awards whic
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Go to readerschoice.houstonpress.com to access the categories of Shopping & Services, Arts & Entertainment, Food & Drink and Sports & Recreation to nominate your favorites. And don’t forget to nominate The Best Category We Forgot. The Readers’ Choice awards go to the readers’ selections while Best Of winners are selected by Houston Press writers.


But be sure to hurry. The primary round of voting to nominate your favorites ends November 27. Fill in your top choices, then come back to this site beginning December 3 to pick the winners from your top nominees for Readers’ Choice in Best of Houston® 2019.

One thing that will be different this year, is how Best of Houston® is delivered to you. It will all be online and instead of being contained in one microsite, it will arrive in each of the weekdays throughout January, starting January 2. The copy will appear on the News. Food, Music and Arts sections of houstonpress.com.

We look forward to hearing from you.
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