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Lit­tle Bangkok

(lit­tle­bangkokat­lanta. com) is a Cheshire Bridge sta­ple serv­ing up Thai and Chi­nese fa­vorites. Daily lunch menus in­clude en­trees like chicken lad na with hot-and-sour soup and steamed rice, or Mon­go­lian beef with soup, an egg roll and fried rice. For veg­e­tar­ian fare, try the Bud­dha’s De­light — wa­ter chest­nuts, bam­boo, peas, mush­room, cab­bage and corn in white sauce.

Com­ing in sec­ond is Ja­panese sushi fa­vorite (www.ru­sansat­lanta.com), fol­lowed by Viet­namese brasserie (lefa­tatl.com) and (www.rainat­lantaga.com).

Ru San’s Le Fat Rain Thai and Sushi Bar

LGBT-owned High­land Bak­ery (high­land­bak­ery.com) is known for its al­most toobeau­ti­ful-to-eat spe­cial oc­ca­sion cakes. But for the ev­ery­day diner, pop in for daily cook­ies, muffins, pil­lowy bread and a cuppa … or sit down for a full meal. There’s a whole sec­tion of cre­ative eggs bene­dict for break­fast, and nearly two dozen sand­wiches and sal­ads to pick from dur­ing your lunch hour.

For more sweet bites, check out Euro­pean-style sec­ond place win­ner

(alons.com) or Asian-in­spired third place win­ner

& Mar­ket Alon’s Bak­ery Sweet Hut Bak­ery &

At­lanta’s gay sports bar Woofs (woof­sat­lanta.com) has 27 tele­vi­sions and count­less menu op­tions to make your game taste bet­ter. Bites in­clude a se­lec­tion of wings; bas­kets of chicken, fish, shrimp or all of the above; and pub-fa­vorite burg­ers and sand­wiches to pair with do­mes­tics. For lighter fare, there are sal­ads and plenty of “first in­ning” apps to share.

Still hun­gry? Sec­ond place for best bar food went to (burkharts.com), home to the ba­con steak­burger, and third

Burkhart’s

For more than 20 years, the pur­ple and or­ange ex­te­rior of lo­ca­tions (www.fly­ing­bis­cuit.com) have been land­marks, and the break­fasts cooked up in­side are fa­vorites of na­tives and tourists alike. Start the morn­ing off with “Heav­enly French toast” or a full break­fast of eggs, sausage,

Fly­ing Bis­cuit

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July 21, 2017

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