Sun­day Brunch

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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.

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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

July 22, 2016

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