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Curbed Cup 2016: Week two recap and bracket revealed

See which neighborhoods are moving on to the next round

After a few days of polling and over 300 votes collected, it’s time to announce the final four for Curbed’s super prestigious (and fake) trophy, known as the Curbed Cup. The purpose of the Curbed Cup competition is to allow readers to choose which neighborhood they think truly reigned supreme each year.

This year, we’re down to two Northwest neighborhoods, one Southeast neighborhood, and one neighborhood that cuts into both the Southeast and Northeast quadrants. To learn which contestants these are, see below.

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In the next round, Adams Morgan and Anacostia will face each other before Tenleytown and Capitol Hill battle it out to win the Curbed Cup.

To vote for Adams Morgan or Anacostia, you’ll have to wait until Tuesday, December 27. If interested in voting for Tenleytown or Capitol Hill, their round of voting begins Wednesday, December 28. Be sure to visit Curbed on time as there is only 24 hours allotted for each poll.

The finalists will be announced on Thursday, December 29 with the poll left open until January 2.