It's up to you to decide who makes Nelson's best pizza. Six city restaurants are in the running.

Nelson’s Best Pizza contest launched today

After the success of last year’s Nelson’s Best Burger contest, the Nelson Star launched another culinary competition today.

After the success of last year’s Nelson’s Best Burger contest, the Nelson Star launched another culinary competition today.

Six local restaurants are facing off for the title of Nelson’s Best Pizza. Each day voters can cast an online ballot for one of the following pizza-makers: Louie’s Steakhouse & Lounge, Itza Ristorante & Pizzeria, Hume Hotel, Leo’s Pizza & Greek Taverna, Panago, or Thor’s Pizzeria.

“The winner will be featured on the cover of {Vurb} on September 13, which is Road Kings Weekend in Nelson,” explained Nelson Star Publisher Karen Bennett.

Participating restaurants are encouraged to ask their customers and social networks to vote for them in the contest. Meanwhile, the Star and {Vurb} will be promoting the contest and publishing articles about each participating business in the weeks to come.

“This friendly competition is an opportunity for the restaurants to get a little extra promotion and tell the community what makes their pizza great,” Bennett said.

Voting will remain open until September 6. To vote, click here.

You must be registered to vote and only one vote is accepted per day.

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