Surviving relocations from Decatur, to From the top: With to-die-for brunch dishes and, of course their delicious namesake offering, it’s clear to see how the Flying Biscuit earned the number one spot for best breakfast. My Sister’s Room has earned the top spot as the go-to place to grab great bar grub, and maybe even a date. (Courtesy photos) East Atlanta and now Midtown, My Sister’s Room (www.mysistersroom.com) has earned the top spot as the go-to place to grab great bar grub, and maybe even a date. This isn’t just any standard bar food. While the extensive menu includes traditional late-night snacks like wings and tacos, mouth-watering peach cobbler and a slate of seven types of tasty, baseball-themed sliders take your taste buds to the next level. Visit this lesbian-centric staple on a Saturday night to fill your dance card and your stomach. Burkharts Pub (burkharts.com) and Woofs (woofsatlanta.com) came in second and third.
Sometimes the old standards are the best! So say our voters who selected Starbucks’ Ansley (www.starbucks.com/store/14958/ us/ansley-mall/1544-piedmont-rd-ne-232-
Coming in second was Carroll Street Café (carrollstreetcabbagetown.com), with Radial Cafe (radial.us ) a close third.
Brunch is serious business in Atlanta, and if you’re ready for the best the city has to offer, Roxx Tavern (www.roxxfanclub.com) is apparently the place to be! So say our readers, who voted this American comfort food staple tops for lazy Sunday Funday noshing in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Fill your belly with a melt-in-your-mouth tender steak and wash it down with a choice from their vast and diverse menu of Bloody Mary cocktails and beers.
First, second and third runners up in this category included Henry’s (www.henrysatl. com), Carroll Street Cafe (carrollstreetcabbagetown.com), and The Shed at Glenwood (www.theshedatglenwood.com) CONTINUES ON PAGE 34
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