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New York's best 2013: Vote for our Readers' Choice awards

New Yorkers, now's your chance to weigh in: Cast your vote for Time Out New York's Best of 2013 Readers' Choice awards.

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Browse our slide show to see all the nominees, and tell us more about your favorites by clicking through and leaving reviews.

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Photograph: Peter Aaron/Esto

Best NYC movie theater: Film Forum

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Photograph: Albert Vecerka

Best NYC movie theater: The Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center

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Photograph: © Wendy Connett/TO

Best NYC movie theater: Cinema Village

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Best NYC movie theater: Angelika Film Center

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Photograph: Filip Wolak

Best comedy club: The Stand

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Photograph: Mindy Tucker
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Best comedy club: Carolines on Broadway

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Photograph: Jessica Lin

Best comedy club: Comedy Cellar

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Photograph: Loren Wohl

Best live-music venue: Bowery Ballroom

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Photograph: Filip Wolak

Best live-music venue: Music Hall of Williamsburg

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Photograph: Roger Kisby

Best live-music venue: Le Poisson Rouge

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Photograph: Virginia Rollison

Best live-music venue: Barclays Center

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Best live-music venue: Beacon Theatre

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Best music festival or seasonal event: CMJ Music Marathon

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Photograph: Signe Pierce

Best music festival or seasonal event: Northside Festival

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Photograph: Hollis King

Best music festival or seasonal event: NYC Winter Jazzfest

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Photograph: Kenny Rodriguez

Best music festival or seasonal event: Governors Ball

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Photograph: Darial Sneed

Best music festival or seasonal event: Make Music New York

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Photograph: Mark Bussell

Best classic venue for classical music: Lincoln Center

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Photograph: Jeff Goldberg/Esto

Best classic venue for classical music: Carnegie Hall

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Photograph: Chad Batka

Best classic venue for classical music: Miller Theatre

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Best classic venue for classical music: Le Poisson Rouge

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Photograph: Etienne Frossard

Best classic venue for classical music: Bargemusic

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Photograph: Courtesy McNally Jackson

Best indie bookstore: McNally Jackson Books

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Best indie bookstore: BookCourt

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Photograph: Fumie Suzuki

Best indie bookstore: The Strand

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Photograph: Beth Levendis

Best indie bookstore: Greenlight Bookstore

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Photograph: Michael Kirby

Best flea market: Brooklyn Flea

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Photograph: Phyllis B. Dooney

Best flea market: Hester Street Fair

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Best flea market: Artists & Fleas

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Best flea market: Antiques Garage

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Photograph: Boro Magazine

Best flea market: LIC Flea & Food

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Best museum to spend a day: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Photograph: Virginia Rollison

Best museum to spend a day: Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)

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Photograph: Virginia Rollison

Best museum to spend a day: Brooklyn Museum

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Photograph: Marielle Solan

Best museum to spend a day: American Museum of Natural History

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Photograph: Jessica Lin

Best museum to spend a day: Museum of the Moving Image

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Photograph: Francine Daveta

Best den of iniquity (ahem, place to see burlesque): Slipper Room

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Photograph: Filip Wolak

Best den of iniquity (ahem, place to see burlesque): Sideshows by the Seashore

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Photograph: Filip Wolak

Best den of iniquity (ahem, place to see burlesque): Duane Park

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Photograph: Grace Chu

Best den of iniquity (ahem, place to see burlesque): Galapagos Art Space

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Photograph: Filip Wolak

Best den of iniquity (ahem, place to see burlesque): R Bar

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Photograph: Dean DiPietro

Best dance-music club: TBA Brooklyn

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Photograph: Filip Wolak

Best dance-music club: Output

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Photograph: Filip Wolak

Best dance-music club: Cielo

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Photograph: Filip Wolak

Best dance-music club: Marquee

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Photograph: Tova Carlin

Best dance-music club: Sullivan Room

Later this month, Time Out's critics will share their picks for the best things to do in New York City—including live-music venues, movie theaters, and men's and women's shops—in our annual New York's Best issue.

We also want to hear from you, dear reader: Cast your vote now for our Readers' Choice awards, where you can decide on the best comedy clubs, bookstores, dance-music club and more from 2013. The results will be revealed in our New York's Best issue, out on October 31.

Note: Voting is now closed. Stay tuned.

Comments

3 comments
Lorraine  Russo
Lorraine Russo

I am so impressed as to how hard you all tried to make this flea market a success! You certainly achieved your goal , given your efforts of wonderful food, attractions for children, as well as adults, vintage clothing, jewelry ,,and books! I also loved your handmade cosmetics and crafts on display. It is such a shame that this flea market cannot be year-round! Why wait again for months until it returns in the spring and summer. Can't you provide an indoor facility for the winter months? Imagine what you can display for the holidays!!

Rosati
Rosati

It's the first best market in new-York

Chris
Chris

Classy, sexy, entertaining. If your looking to add a little spark to an evening out, this is the place. I bring the whole crew, and come out looking like the " most interesting man in the world". Know what I'm sayin?