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The Ans­ley-area Star­bucks, oth­er­wise known as store No. 232 (www.star­bucks. com), is a LGBT fan fa­vorite for both its well-known drink­ables and ed­i­bles and its at­mos­phere. Comfy chairs, plenty of ta­ble seat­ing and pa­tio space wel­come folks ev­ery day, and there’s free Google wi-fi if you need to work through your cof­fee break.

Lo­cally owned (www.oc­tanecof­fee.com) takes sec­ond place, and (www.cafe­jaya.com) in Stone Moun­tain is your third-fa­vorite cof­fee­house in the metro.

Farm to Ta­ble Oc­tane Café JAYA

Clock­wise from Above: The pro­lific Chef Kevin Gillespie won Best Lo­cal Chef, gay­owned Cam­pag­nolo Restau­rant + Bar was named Best Ital­ian, Eats was fit­tingly named Best Cheap Eats and Ra­dial Cafe took the crown for Best Farm to Ta­ble. (Cour­tesy pho­tos) topped with grilled chicken or fish. Con­tinue the farm-to-fork tour at sec­ond-place (www.ban­ta­mand­biddy.com) and third-place (www.millerunion.com).

Union Ital­ian Ban­tam + Biddy Miller

was your sec­ond-fa­vorite Ital­ian lo­cale, fol­lowed by (valen­zarestau­rant. com) in Brookhaven.

Valenza Ital­ian Lo­cal Chef

(www.ford­fry.com), whose restau­rants grace a num­ber of ar­eas in the metro, took third.


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