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LGBT-owned Cowtip­pers (cowtip­per­sat­lanta.com) is known for a few things ‘round th­ese parts: its cow­boy-themed dé­cor and menu, its se­lec­tion of 100 tequi­las and, ob­vi­ously, its pa­tio down Pied­mont Road. En­joy the sum­mer sun, some ar­madillo eggs (fried stuffed jalapeños) and a sig­na­ture Texas mar­garita all at once.

For more out­door seat­ing, check out sec­ond-place win­ner (www.hen­rysatl.com) or third-place

on Cheshire Bridge.

Tav­ern Ro­man­tic

Owned by this year’s sec­ond-place best At­lanta chef Twisted Soul (www.twist­ed­soul­cook­house­and­pours.com) opened its doors late last year with a mis­sion to el­e­vate the din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence. Its in­ti­mate set­ting in West Mid­town is per­fect for date nights, where you two can en­joy duck breast with red beans and rice, or moon­shine pound cake with laven­der whipped cream. Spice things up with an aphro­disiac wa­ter­melon moon­shine cock­tail made by VanTrece’s wife.

(il­lo­calino.com) is At­lanta’s sec­ond-fa­vorite ro­man­tic spot, fol­lowed by

at the Four Sea­sons Ho­tel (bar­mar­goatl.com).

Deb­o­rah VanTrece, Il Lo­calino Bar Margot Henry’s Mid­town Tav­ern ROXX Sun­day Brunch

Clock­wise from above: Read­ers named Chef Deb­o­rah Van Trece’s Twisted Soul Cook­house & Pours Best Ro­man­tic spot while Old Lady Gang (which refers to singer and re­al­ity TV star Kandi Bur­russ’ mother and aunts) won Best New Restau­rant and Dr. Scott Parry came out on top for Best Doc­tor. (Cour­tesy pho­tos) for the best Sun­day brunch, LGBT-owned is the place to be. Brunch op­tions in­clude omelets, home­made sausage gravy, eggs bene­dict and — just in case Satur­day night was a lit­tle hard on your liver — the “han­gover helper” scram­ble of eggs, veg­gies, cheese and salsa. Don’t for­get to visit the other two of our top three best Sun­day brunch places, (www.mur­phys-at­lanta-restau­rant.com) (venkmans.com).

ROXX Tav­ern phy’s Venkman’s


Take­out Mur- Veg­e­tar­ian

Ve­gan and veg­e­tar­ian-friendly Cafe Sun

(www.cafe­sun­flower.com) has two lo­ca­tions, one in the Buck­head area and one in Sandy Springs. In Buck­head, starters in­clude fried av­o­cado tacos and veg­gie Asian dumplings; there’s a BBQ sei­tan sand­wich for lunch; and hand­made squash and tofu ravi­oli at din­ner. The Sandy Springs menu of­fers 100 per­cent ve­gan op­tions of some of the Buck­head fa­vorites, as well as dishes like quinoa paella and baked samosas.

Ve­gan restau­rant (herban­fix. com) takes sec­ond place, and veg­e­tar­ian

(www.govin­das­cafeatl.com) nabs third in this cat­e­gory.

flower Vinda’s Cafe Her­ban Fix Go Dr. Scott Parry

(in­town­pri­ma­rycare.com ) has mas­tered the tech­nique. Work­ing out of In­town Pri­mary Care, Parry prac­tices tra­di­tional fam­ily and in­ter­nal medicine, while pro­vid­ing ev­ery­thing from PrEP to mas­culin­iz­ing hor­mones for LGBT pa­tients. Run­ners up in­cluded (doc­tors.pied­mont.org);

Drs. David Spivey David Male­branche; Mark Tan­ner; John Oud­erkirk; Ja­son Sch­nei­der

(www.resur­gens.com/ja­son-a-sch­nei­der-md) and

Fi­nan­cial Plan­ner J. Manuel Patino.

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