This Year’s Best of Orlando® Readers Poll is Bigger and Better Than Ever | Orlando Area News | Orlando

Whoever said good things come in small packages was looking for excuses. This year Best of Orlando® Reader Survey is bigger and better than ever!

We’ve massively expanded the contest from six sections with 178 different categories, to 10 sections with over 350. We want to hear your opinions on the best of Orlando across a wider range of stores, places, artists and restaurants than ever before. previously. Tell us the names of your favorite groomers and bartenders. Tell us about your favorite shops and ice creams. We are all ears!

As our editor, Graham Jarrett says, “If your category has never been included before, you should definitely look carefully into this year’s competition. Chances are it has been added, and you might be the first to win it!”

“We revamped the entire reader poll by doubling the number of categories to include as many new things. From the best places to buy and sell cars, to five new categories for schools, multiple categories for different types of doctors and doctors. lawyers, and even adding the best ones for individual neighborhoods, such as the best bar in Mills 50 or the best restaurant on Sand Lake Road.”

And listen, voters, if all these new categories seem daunting to you, good news: you can save your ballot and go back to finish at any time. (We get it, sometimes you have to do something for your boss instead of teaching us who stocks the best craft beer in Orlando.) But keep in mind, you can just put a pin in and come back whenever you’re free.

Speaking of timing, however, you’ll want to pay attention to some important dates: You can write any candidate up to midnight on May 31, just how finished Round 1 is! More registrations! On June 22, Round 2 begins (at the same place) where you can vote for the nominees.

It’s pretty exciting, and we know it’s going to shake things up. We look forward to the most exciting results ever revealed Wednesday August 31, when our Best of Orlando 2022 issue hits the streets and your screens.

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