It’s been around for 40 years and is Atlanta’s favorite bookstore: Charis Books (www. charisbooksandmore.com). With a welcoming home in Little Five Points, a great selection of new and topical LGBT books and established classics, plus a calendar full of community and special events, it’s no real surprise.
In second place is Barnes & Noble (www. barnesandnoble.com) with Eagle Eye Bookshop (www.eagleeyebooks.com) rounding out the list in third place.
For those not in the mood for “Harry Potter,” Brushstrokes (www.brushstrokesatlanta. com) is your top place for reading material of a more adult, spicy nature. With all sorts
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Southern Nights (www.snvonline.com) comes in second place, with Tokyo Valentino (www. tokyovalentino.com) finishing in third place.
When Georgia Voice readers want new ink, Southern Star Tattoo (www.instagram. com/southernstartattoo) is their tattoo shop of choice. The Midtown shop has been a destination for impressive body art for years, with some of the best tattoo artists in town creating simple to highly intricate work.
In second place is Liberty Tattoo (www. libertytat2.com), with Timeless Tattoo (www. timeless-tattoo.com/shop.html ) in third place. CONTINUES ON PAGE 20