Best Pa­tio/Deck

GA Voice - - Outspoken -

Sec­ond and third place go to High­land Bak­ery (high­land­bak­ery.com) and South­ern Sweets (www.south­ern­sweets.com) re­spec­tively.

Late Night

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

July 22, 2016

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).

New Restau­rant

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

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