2016 BEST OF ATLANTA AWARDS
an fare that blends Caribbean, Asian and even Mediterranean influences. Stop by the Buckhead or Sandy Springs locations for fried avocado tacos, eggplant caprese and even “chicken” lollipops to make your mouth water.
Runners up included R. Thomas Deluxe Grill (www.rthomasdeluxegrill.net), Green Sprout (www.greensproutga.com), Simply Seoul (www.simplyseoulkitchen.com) and The Livingston (www.livingstonatlanta.com).
restaurant according to our readers is Roxx Tavern. The Cheshire Bridge Road establishment is the ultimate neighborhood restaurant with an expansive patio and friendly waitstaff. And they keep things fresh with their daily specials—the blackened chicken fettuccine on Thursdays is a favorite.
Coming in second place was Campagnolo (www.campagnoloatl.com), followed by The Livingston (www.livingstonatlanta.com) in third. Left: The days of limited vegetarian options are truly in the past – but there remain stalwarts for the best veggie-centric cuisine, and Cafe Sunflower is the leader. Above: When you want it good and fast, Doc Chey’s is the go-to spot according to our readers, who voted this regional chain specializing in Pan-Asian cuisine number one for local takeout. (Courtesy photos)
Newcomer Hugo Donis (www.facebook. com/thehugodonis) takes the prize for best actor this year. The actor and filmmaker is currently casting for a local horror web series called “Don’t Give In” so keep an eye out for that project coming soon!
David Moretti (www.facebook.com/ David-Moretti-74323814048/) finishes second and DeWayne Morgan (www.facebook.com/ dewayne.morgan) third.