Last call to vote “Best of Madison”!



2021 final voting period ends April 30

MADISON, Wisconsin. – It’s Oscar Sunday, but Madison-area business owners won’t walk away with anything gold just now

Voting ends Friday April 30 for this year’s Best of Madison contest, sponsored by our partners at Madison Magazine. This means that from now on you have to show off your favorite local businesses, places and people that you think are the best in town, by voting online.

Click here to vote.

Unlike the first round, you’re limited to one vote per category, so if you’ve already selected your favorites, you’re done for this year. If you haven’t, choose carefully. This is your only shot!

“With so many businesses closed and so many struggling businesses, Best of Madison is a great way to market them in the community,” said Maija Inveiss, associate editor of Madison Magazine.

This year’s competition has over 100 categories, which is slightly lower than in previous years. Editors had to reconsider several categories due to covid, while also adding a handful of new ones: Best Cocktail Kit, Best Socially Remote Bar, and Best Curb Pickup.

“Curbside pickup wasn’t really important before Covid,” Inveiss explained. “But it showed how quickly restaurants were able to adapt to the needs of the community.”

After the February nomination period, each category was reduced to six finalists. So far, 350,000 votes have been cast.

Madison Magazine editors will announce this year’s winners in their August issue and post the results online by mid-July.

In keeping with tradition, the top pollsters in each category will receive a plaque to display proudly in their company.

Tips for anyone still trying to vote:

All voters must Register now before their selections count, simply by submitting a valid email address.

If you’re having trouble voting, try using Chrome or Firefox on a laptop or desktop computer rather than a cell phone.

Since Madison Magazine discontinued the Best of the Burbs poll, the Best of Madison poll will qualify people who get the vote residing across Dane County, as well as cities in Dane County contingent counties – including Columbia, Dodge. , Iowa, Green, Rock, Jefferson, and Sauk.


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