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Who's the best local startender we should follow on Twitter?

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So, who's the best local startender (okay, bartender) on Twitter? The annual Denver Web Awards are right around the corner, on Wednesday, November 16, at Casselman's, where we'll honor this year's creative, funny, tech-and-social savvy people of the restaurant and bar world. And, yes, we will get someone a lot of followers on Twitter.

Read on for more of the Cafe Society portion of this year's Denver Web Awards.

Other categories are (food categories on Page 3 of the poll):

- Best Booze Blogger

- Best Food Blogger

- Best Restaurant Website

- Most Entertaining Local Eater on Twitter

- Best Food Truck on Twitter

- Best Locally Built Food App

Let us know your favorites by filling out our poll! Vote in the 2011 Denver Web Awards by Westword.

We'll announce the finalists on October 24 right here and reveal the winners at our Web Awards party on Wednesday, November 16, at Casselman's.

This year's festivities include musical entertainment and, yes, booze. We don't know about any startenders, though. Vote now!

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