The best hiking trail in Phoenix. The best CBD shop in Phoenix. The best mariscos in Phoenix. The best Sonoran hot dog in Phoenix. The best patio in Phoenix.
All — and so much more — will be revealed September 24, when Phoenix New Times publishes its annual Best of Phoenix extravaganza, both in print at stands across the city and online at bestofphoenix2020.com.
In the meantime, our readers' poll is officially open. So, please tell us what the best things in our fine metropolis are: arts, entertainment, food, drink, shopping, services, sports, and recreation. New this year: You can vote once per day for your favorites.
Voting closes September 13 at 11:59 p.m. In the meantime, vote now and vote often. Here's the link to the poll. Happy voting.
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