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Time Out Love New York Awards: Vote for your favorite local places

Vote now for your favorite restaurants, bars, music venues, stores and more in NYC and we'll give them the recognition they deserve

We already know you think your neighborhood is the best in the city, but now we want to know which restaurants, bars, shops, music venues and theaters keep your 'hood ticking. Vote for the best places to hang out, eat, drink and shop in your neighborhood—all the places you spend your free time. You can vote for the neighborhood you live in, the one you work in, the one where your girlfriend lives or the one where you just hang out all the damn time. Voting ends on November 12, so spread the word now for your favorite places using #TOloveNYC

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20 comments
Helen M
Helen M

I just love royal blue curtains saw them at t j macks in Chelsea

Chet W
Chet W

Harlem Shake rocks!  VOTE!

Lotte D
Lotte D

Ever since I no longer live in Manhattan I miss Harlem Shake. It's such a fun place and oh my - they even serve fun food! So I vote for it and say: Shake, shake, shake - shake Harlem Shake ....

PoppaPri P
PoppaPri P

this compilation of venues put together by a google search shows exactly why your magazine is so irrelevant... at this point it's not even funny, having lived in Astoria for over 35 years there are so many off the beaten path as well as popular venues you missed... to the Time Out editors who put this list together... you should not accept your paycheck for this article...

Ellen K
Ellen K

Children of 2 morrow is the hottest boutique in Williamsburg zBrooklyn

Dorothy F
Dorothy F

I'd love to see a Best Girls Night Out or Best Date night - I would vote for Pinot's Palette in Staten Island!

Madlena K
Madlena K

Harlem Shake Is dopest!!! :)))) 

Henry C
Henry C

I vote for the Harlem Shake. That place rocks! 

jmegraw
jmegraw

TimeOut, we love you, but break out your map of Manhattan, Washington Heights/Inwood occupies the northern 1/3rd of the island, warranting its own nabe category!


Barbara N
Barbara N

want to vote for Joe Coffee the art of coffee - best coffee shops in the city!!

Emmanuel A
Emmanuel A

Where's Washington Heights/Inwood on this list? I want to vote for Word Up Community Bookshop!

Also, The United Palace is in Washington Heights.

Meredith T
Meredith T

Rapture Lounge in Queens went out of business months ago and Hell Gate Social is also no more, it's reopened under a new name.

I'm disappointed to see Lockwood left off the list for best shop!

Mariko M
Mariko M

I love NYCBCH in Queens. I used to go there. There is one of my favorite place.

And ShapeShifter Lab is also awesome!!

Gio M
Gio M

Best Music Venue : ShapeShifter Lab !!!

Gena M
Gena M

Dear TimeOutNY,


How about you actually do some investigating before compiling a list of things to do in a place where you've clearly never been.

Best Bar on Staten Island - you list 3 and one of them isn't even a bar, it's a Brewery. There are more then 3 bars within walking distance to the Ferry.


Best Restaurant on Staten Island - the 3 you list are good but I can name many others that deserve to be on the list.

Best Music Venue on Staten Island - you list 2 bars that are closed!

We are not a provincial as this list makes us seem. I want to like you TONY but you make it extremely difficult to do so.

John S
John S

As a Fort Greene resident, these nominees seem like they were assembled by someone who lives in Montana who Google'd 'Fort Greene'.  Not representative of the hood at all.  So I'll write in my votes:


Best Bar: Putnams downstairs


Best Restaurant: Lulu & Po


Best Coffee Shop: Bittersweet


Best Store: Jill Lindsey


Best Music Venue: BAM

mel7764
mel7764

Vinegar Hill House is not in or near Crown Heights (at all). Sharlene's is not "Sharleens" and is technically in Prospect Heights, as is James, Sit and Wonder and Waystation (which is also in the Prospect Heights category). Is this a robot?

FaridNYC
FaridNYC

How the heck did Bogota Latin Bistro not get mentioned over some of these places? (Park Slope)

QueensNative O
QueensNative O

For being the biggest borough, you'd think they'd list better restaurants than the 5 here that are all located on top of each other in LIC/Astoria, QUEENS. Try going east next time and sample the most diverse food in NYC

Gregg B
Gregg B

The choices for Staten Island are fucking atrocious.  Half the places are mislabeled, and some of them don't even exist anymore.  Step your game up.