Second and third place go to Highland Bakery (highlandbakery.com) and Southern Sweets (www.southernsweets.com) respectively.
When the party don’t stop - and neither does the appetite - My Sister’s Room (www. mysistersroom.com) is our readers’ top choice to fill their bellies late at night. The number one women’s bar for nearly 20 years, this Midtown favorite also secured our top spot for best bar food, so you know it’s good! Fill up on bar standards like hot wings and chicken fingers, or bump it up a notch with flat bread pizzas or creative sliders.
First place runner up was Joe’s On Juniper (joesonjuniper.com), followed by R. Thomas Deluxe Grill (www.rthomasdeluxegrill.net), Octopus Bar (octopusbaratl.com) and Su’s
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No foodie city is complete without a wide range of high-end Mexican dining options - and No Mas! Cantina is your unanimous pick for Atlanta’s best of the bunch. You have to have been hiding under a rock not to know about this Atlanta favorite, known for its colorful décor and its amazing artisan craft market. But make no mistake: It’s the authentic-tasting and expertly crafted entrees and little plates that keep people coming back.
First and second place runners up: La Hacienda (www.lahaciendamidtown.com) and Mi Cocina (www.micocinarestaurants.com).
Atlanta’s emerging identity as a foodie town has turned up the competitive heat
Runners up, in order, include La Hacienda (www.lahaciendamidtown.com), Superica (supericaatl.com), Gusto (whatsyourgusto. com) and Herban Fix (herbanfix.com).
It’s no secret that in Atlanta, a restaurant’s patio or deck can be just as important as the menu - if not more so. When awesome patio seating is a priority, our readers say Henry’s Midtown Tavern (www.henrysatl.com) is hands down the place to be. It’s not hard to see why: A sexy, modern/industrial indoor
Atlanta isn’t necessarily known as hotbed for Italian cuisine. But when our readers want a taste of Italy that stretches beyond spaghetti, Campagnolo Restaurant Bar (www. campagnoloatl.com) is at the top of the list. The name roughly translates to “country bumpkin” - a moniker that perfectly captures the down-home authenticity of this menu, a seasonal slate of Italian favorites with creative CONTINUES ON PAGE 37