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The nominations are in, and now it's time to select your winners for our Best of Dallas® 2019 issue. Here's why you should:
Dallas and its neighboring cities are evolving, welcoming new people from across the U.S. and world every day.
They bring new ideas, cultures and businesses that might fly below the radar; Best of Dallas is a great way to suss out new and exciting places, and newcomers will find the definitive list of the greatest of the city's established businesses, too.
This year, we've fallen back on that old Dallas icon Red Pegasus to act as a tour guide to the greatest shopping, dining, nightlife and recreation in the city.
Why Red Pegasus? Because the old Magnolia Oil Co. logo, later Mobil's, long shone atop Dallas' tallest building, visible to passing airplane pilots, and became the city's most visible symbol, an enduring sign that beneath all that's shiny and new in Dallas lies a city with a history. Ever-changing, Dallas has always provided an exciting place to live, work and have fun. That's why people come here, right?
Your votes will help Red and the Observer uncover the best the city as we take readers on our annual tour of all that's best, old and new, in Big D.
You can start and change a ballot up until your choices are submitted automatically when voting ends Sept. 8.
Best of Dallas® Hits Stands September 26, 2019.