Thanks to all of you who voted for EatingOxford.com in the recent Oxford Eagle Best of Oxford poll. For the second year in a row, EatingOxford.com won as the Best Oxford-Themed Website! See the full Best of Oxford winner list here.
If you caught my ad in the issue (shown above), I meant what I said. I’d love to meet some of you over lunch sometime! Contact me at email@example.com if you’d like to chat about food at a favorite Oxford eatery.
Liz Barrett, owner
The results of The Oxford Eagle’s Best of Oxford poll are out today with winners ranging from best restaurant to best dentist to most eligible bachelor. I, however, want to take a moment to thank everyone who voted for EatingOxford.com as the Best Oxford-Themed Website, because it won! Hooray!
Pick up a copy of today’s Oxford Eagle to see all of the results, or check them out online here.
It’s time for the Best of Oxford 2011 in the Oxford Eagle. Deadline is March 25 and winners will be announced June 3.
Please enter a vote for EatingOxford.com as the Best Oxford-Themed Website!
Cast your vote online here.
The results from this year’s Best of Oxford survey were released Friday from the Oxford Eagle.
I’m happy to report that while EatingOxford.com did not win the top prize, the site was given a mention as Best Oxford-Themed Website. Thanks for the votes!
As for the remainder of the results, some made sense while others were surprising (best fries at McDonald’s and best pizza at Papa John’s?). I was rather disappointed to see chains receiving more votes than our local restaurants in some categories. What does that say about how Oxonians are viewing Oxford restaurants? How do restaurateurs feel about this?
What’s your take on the results? See them all here.
Just a reminder to vote for your favorite restaurants and more in the annual Best of Oxford survey conducted by The Oxford Eagle.
Please submit a vote for EatingOxford.com as Best Oxford-Themed Website! (last page of survey)
It’s time once again to vote for your favorite restaurants, stores, teachers and more for Oxford Eagle‘s annual Best of Oxford issue. This is your chance to have your voice heard. Plus, it’s always more exciting to see the final results when you know you had a hand in the vote.
The official ballot was printed in the Friday, March, 26, Oxford Eagle and printed copies can be turned in at Kroger, Larson’s Big Star, Wal-Mart or the Eagle offices on Jackson Avenue. Ballots must be 25% complete to be counted and two lucky winners (to be announced June 4) will receive a $50 gift certificate to spend at the Best of Oxford business of their choice. Deadline to submit is April 23.
If you’re a regular visitor to this blog, please cast a vote for EatingOxford.com as the Best Oxford-Themed Website (last page of ballot).
You can also fill out the ballot online here. The printed ballot will not appear again in the paper, so if you missed it on 3/26, be sure to fill out the online ballot.