Best of Orlando® Readers Poll 2019


The match is on! It’s time for YOU, the fans, to decide who wins the championship belts in our annual Best of Orlando® Readers Poll.

Choose from those who pinned their opponents and advanced to the final round. The new champions will be announced Wednesday, Aug. 21.

The fine print – let’s keep this match clean:

— Please celebrate what makes Orlando unique by nominating locally owned businesses wherever possible.

— You may vote once per category.

— If you are having trouble casting votes, you may need to clear your browser cache. Not sure how to do that? Follow instructions here.

No ballot stuffing. If we suspect that you obtained your votes unfairly – by paying third-party vendors to vote for you or by voting for yourself repeatedly using fake accounts, outside interference, ref bumping, objects concealed in tights or low blows – you'll be disqualified.

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