(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
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,
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