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Reader's Choice Finalists: Ice Cream

Who will win? Your votes have determined the finalists in the weekly Reader's Choice Chowdown Showdown competition. Now you need to vote for the champion! Vote for your favorite until 5 p.m. Friday.

 

The nominations are in!

We have narrowed down your submissions to the top three finalists in this week's Reader's Choice competition: Ice Cream.

After two days of nominations, your comments on local Patch sites, on Facebook and on Twitter have brought us to these finalists:

  • Grayslake
  • Libertyville
  • Lake Forest

Now it's time to vote again for the Reader's Choice Chowdown Showdown Champion. Cast your vote for one of these three businesses via:

  1. Grayslake PatchLake Forest-Lake Bluff Patch or Libertyville Patch
  2. Facebook — Grayslake Patch pageLake Forest Lake Bluff Patch page, or the Libertyville Patch page
  3. Twitter — @GrayslakePatch@LakeForestPatch, or @LvillePatch

Voting will continue through 5 p.m. Friday, April 20. We'll announce the winner on Saturday, April 21.

It all depends upon you. So tell us, where is the BEST place in northern Lake County for ice cream?

Elise Bartholomay April 18, 2012 at 12:33 PM
What about Sweet Peas in Fort Sheridan? It is far superior to Sweets which is bland ice cream and overpriced.
Marcia Watts Sagendorph April 18, 2012 at 10:44 PM
Elise, we accepted nominations until Tuesday and these were the top 3 vote getters! Thanks.
Marcia Watts Sagendorph April 18, 2012 at 10:45 PM
Three more votes on Facebook for Tastee Freez: Melinda Willen Bush Tastee Freez of course. It's a Grayslake tradition! 8 hours ago · Like · 1 Kelly Colby-Chase Tastee Freeze!!! 8 hours ago via mobile · Like Paula West Tastee Freez!

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