Co­me­dian

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When you want it good and fast, Doc Chey’s (doc­cheys.com) is the go-to spot ac­cord­ing to our read­ers, who voted this re­gional chain spe­cial­iz­ing in Pan-Asian cui­sine num­ber one for lo­cal take­out. Chey’s of­fers the rare com­bi­na­tion of higher-end, Asian-in­spired food fast. Visit lo­ca­tions in Grant Park, Vir­ginia-High­lands and Emory for fa­vorites like Viet­namese street tacos or cashew stir-fry.

The next best thing: Run­ners up Su’s Chi­nese Cui­sine (www.suschi­nese.com), Green Gin­ger (www.greengin­gerde­catur.com) and Sim­ply Seoul (www.sim­pl­y­seoulk­itchen.com).

Veg­e­tar­ian

The days of lim­ited veg­e­tar­ian op­tions are truly in the past – but there re­main stal­warts for the best veggie-cen­tric cui­sine, and Cafe Sun­flower (www.cafe­sun­flower.com) is the leader, ac­cord­ing to your votes. This award-win­ning ca­sual eatery fea­tures ve­gan as well as veg­e­tari-

If eat­ing on a bud­get is a pri­or­ity, it’s time to take a trip down to Roxx Tav­ern, ac­cord­ing to our read­ers who voted this Amer­i­can com­fort food tav­ern tops for tasty dishes with wal­let-friendly prices. Keep it sim­ple with a veggie burger, or get fancy with a mouth­wa­ter­ing steak. What­ever your choice, ex­pect to spend less than $30 on av­er­age for your meal, earn­ing this spot the top vote for cheap eats in At­lanta.

Sec­ond place was Eats (www.eat­son­ponce. net) and third was Sim­ply Seoul (www.sim­pl­y­seoulk­itchen.com).

Best Over­all

And tak­ing the prize for best over­all

Fun­ny­man Brent Star (brentstar.com) just barely eked out a win in one of the clos­est votes of this year’s awards—just 20 votes sep­a­rated first and sec­ond! Star can be found at events through­out the year, whether it’s host­ing the Fun Bingo Show at Cowtip­pers, do­ing stand-up at The Laugh­ing Skull and more.

In sec­ond is Brian Moote (www.q100at­lanta.com/brian-moote/), while Can­dace Wes­losky (https://www.facebook.com/can­dace. wes­losky) nabs third.

The reader’s choice for best DJ for the sec­ond year in a row is Liz Owen. Owen throws down beats at var­i­ous lo­ca­tions around town but is per­haps best known for spin­ning at My Sis­ter’s Room. You can also spot her at the Sex­a­cola par­ties in Pen­sacola dur­ing Memo­rial Day Week­end.

Rachel Ryan (www.q100at­lanta.com/ rachel-ryan/) and Vicki Pow­ell (www.facebook.com/djvick­ipow­ell) are your sec­ond and third choices, re­spec­tively. CON­TIN­UES ON PAGE 39

July 22, 2016

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