2013 Edition

Well, old sport, things sure are ducky in these twin burghs. Whether you're one of the old-money swells of East Egg, or one of the nouveau-riche bums of West Egg, we live the good life, and how! That's why this Best of the Twin Cities issue is just what you need. Because when you and your bird feel like putting on the Ritz, you want to know the best places to spend your hard-earned clams. Whether you want to go jitterbugging, grab a bottle of bootleg at some gin mill or juice joint, swing with some of that newfangled jazz we've been hearing about, or just relax with the finest grub in town, this is your guide to living high hat.

Cast your peepers on these pages to learn the best in people and places, arts and entertainment, sports and recreation, shopping and services, and food and drink. You'll also find out the winners you thought were the cat's meow in our Readers' Poll. And don't forget, you can even download our Best of the Twin Cities app for your smart phone.

We may not all have a load of dough, but with the Best of the Twin Cities, we can all live the life of Gatsby.

Find more Best of the Twin Cities® winners:

Arts & Entertainment Awards

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Food & Drink Awards

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People & Places Awards

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Shopping & Services Awards

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Sports & Recreation Awards

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Readers' Choice Awards

PEOPLE & PLACES Best Local Blog: Heavy Table Best Local Boy Made Good: Al Franken Best Local Girl Made Good: Amy Klobuchar Best Local Website: City Pages Best Neighborhood: Northeast Best Politician: Amy Klobuchar Best State Fair Food: Cheese curds Best Tweeter: Chris Kluwe Best Villain: Michele Bachmann SHOPPING &...



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