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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).

Cheap Eats

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.


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