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Thanks everyone for your nominations. The polls for ‘Best of Restaurants’ of your area are right over here http://www.chow.com/food-news/158531/...
Make sure to scroll all the way down to find all the regions. The polls close at 11:59 pm PST on Friday, January 2!
Do you love Chicago’s dining scene? Tell us your favorite restaurants in the city. They could have opened at any point (it doesn’t have to be this year), please make sure to list the following:
-Name of Restaurant
-Link to Restaurant’s site (if they have one)
-If you see that your favorite restaurant has already been recommended, please use the recommend heart button to give an additional nomination nod for that particular restaurant.
-You may also nominate your own restaurant as long as you properly disclose your relationship to it.
-Optional: share a line or two of why it deserves to be nominated in the Best Restaurants of Chicago list.
Through Sunday, December 7, you’ll have the opportunity to share your nominations on this board thread and then from your suggestions, we’ll build our voting polls. If we do not receive enough recommendations for a particular category, CHOW’s editorial team will create a list of hand-picked nominations.
For the full breakdown of all Best Of 2014 categories, check out our announcement post here: http://www.chow.com/food-news/157378/...
We want as many Chowhound suggestions as possible, so please share your nominations - we can’t wait to hear about your favorite restaurant in Chicago. Cheers -- let the nominating begin!
1729 N Halsted St
1723 N Halsted St
2610 N Cannon Dr
445 N Clark St
445 N Clark St
805 S State St
1235 W Randolph St
2957 W Diversey Ave
809 W Randolph St
837 W Fulton Market
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