2017 BEST OF AT­LANTA AWARDS

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For a gift that makes an un­for­get­table im­pres­sion, there’s only one place to go –

(www.bark­ingleather.com). This city fa­vorite of­fers a di­verse se­lec­tion of leather jocks, har­nesses, shirts, pants and more. But it’s more than the av­er­age adult leather store. Much of Bark­ing’s mer­chan­dise is hand­made on­site by leather ar­ti­sans and long­time part­ners Tory pup and Sir Ray. Their com­mit­ment to qual­ity has earned them a top spot among our read­ers!

First run­ner up was (www.brush­stroke­sat­lanta.com/19/Find-Us) fol­lowed by

(www.1821bit­ters.com).

ing Leather 18.21 Bit­ters Fur­ni­ture Store GCB

From old school tchotchkes to plush par­lor chairs, (www. kudzuan­tiques.com) has the city’s best furni-

Kudzu An­tiques and Mod­ern Bark- July 21, 2017

ture, ac­cord­ing to our read­ers. It’s not hard to be­lieve: Over 35 years, Kudzu has con­sis­tently been a fan fa­vorite. With two lo­ca­tions in De­catur and Sandy Springs, Kudzu of­fers over 40,000 square feet of vin­tage fur­ni­ture heaven. Sec­ond place went to (www.in­tagli­a­home.com). Third went (www.mg(www.

In­taglia Home Col- lec­tion Mitchell Gold + Bob Wil­liams Ka­boo­dle Home

to bwhome.com) while ka­boodleat­lanta.com) came in fourth.

Vin­tage, An­tique & Con­sign­ment

There are sur­pris­ingly few truly good vin­tage bou­tiques in At­lanta, and

Lostn-Found Youth Thrift & Con­sign­ment

(lnfy.org/thrift-store) is at the top of the list. Be­sides rais­ing fund­ing to sup­port LGBT youth, Lost-n-Found of­fers some truly unique items – from ’90s fash­ion to Clock­wise from left: Mid­town sta­ples Boy Next Door Menswear was named Best Ap­parel Store and Kudzu An­tiques and Mod­ern won Best Fur­ni­ture Store. (Cour­tesy pho­tos) mid-cen­tury fur­ni­ture. Run­ners up were Kudzu An­tiques (www.kudzuan­tiques.com), Find­ers Keep(www.fk­con­sign.com) and Decades An(www.face­book.com/

ers tiques and Vin­tage

DecadesATL).

Jew­elry Store

When your loved one is “worth more” there’s only one place to go for a gift that will make their eyes sparkle –

(www.worth­more­jew­el­ers.com). So say you our read­ers, who have made this bou­tique a Mid­town and De­catur sta­ple. Worth­more is the unique jew­elry store that spe­cial­izes in cus­tom baubles, es­tate jew­elry and ev­ery­thing in be­tween, as well as art­work. Its unique ap­proached has made it a main­stay on Best of At­lanta lists for years.

In sec­ond place was (www. shaneco.com) and in third place was

(www.jonathanbuck­head.com).

Jewel­ers Buck­head Liquor Store Worth­more Shane Co. Jonathan

able staff, great lo­ca­tion and most of all, a wide se­lec­tion! (www. greens­bev­er­ages.com) checks all of the boxes, earn­ing it your vote as the go-to spot for spir­its. Whether you’re head­ing to a party or on the way home to kick back, Green’s has the per­fect pinot noir, craft beer or even non-al­co­holic drink. Green’s has two lo­ca­tions in the city and it’s open on Sun­day – per­fect if you need a pre-Mon­day sip! Run­ners up are (www.tow­er­wine­spir­its.com) and

(www.ans­ley­wine.com).

Spir­its sley Wine Mer­chants Thrift Store Green’s Bev­er­ages Tower Beer, Wine and An-

A blend of high qual­ity items and a mis­sion to help some of the LGBT com­mu­nity’s most vul­ner­a­ble mem­bers earned

Lostn-Found Youth Thrift & Con­sign­ment

(lnfy.org/thrift-store) your vote as the best thrift store in the city. Run by Lost-n-Found Youth non­profit, the shop of­fers ev­ery­thing from new and gen­tly used men’s and women’s cloth­ing to an­tiques with rev­enue go­ing CON­TIN­UES ON PAGE 38

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