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Last Chance to Cast Your Votes for Best of the East Bay 2016! 

June 6-July 8 2016
Because the East Bay now features more fabulous places to eat, drink, shop, and play than ever before, the Express has decided that one edition of its annual can’t-miss Best of issue simply isn’t big enough anymore. So in 2016, we’re going bigger and better than ever with a special two-part edition of Best of the East Bay.

Best of the East Bay Part One
will hit the stands on July 20, and will feature our annual editors’ picks for the best Food & Drink, Shopping & Services, Arts & Culture and Nightlife & Entertainment categories, along with our Readers’ Poll winners.

Best of the East Bay Part Two
will debut on August 10 as our first ever People issue, which will highlight more of the amazingly artistic and talented folks who live and work here. Of course, we’ll also include our Readers’ Poll winners and our other special features, too.

Cast your votes online at
Now until July 8.

For more information or to reserve your advertising space,
call 510-879-3700 or email Bri.Beaudoin@eastbayexpress.com


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