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Best of Atlanta 2015

Bungalow Classic

Place to Furnish Your Whole House: Bungalow Classic

Bungalow was a game changer when it opened on Howell Mill Road, helping to launch the Westside Design District in 2000.
H. Harper Station

Personal Endorsement: H. Harper Station

As luck would have it, one of Atlanta’s top cocktail destinations is less than five minutes from my doorstep, in a quiet section of Reynoldstown along the Atlanta BeltLine.
Legos MODA

Cheap Date: Legos and Local Brew at MODA

Everything is awesome at the design museum’s brick-building nights.
Best of Atlanta 2015

Vegetable Plate: Miller Union

No dish captures the genius of Steven Satterfield quite like this unassuming veg plate. Summer finds include lima beans and corn cooked in cream and scented with tarragon, served alongside chunky, crisp fingers of fried okra that snap and crunch like green beans.
Best of Atlanta 2015

Sunday Dinner: Eat Me Speak Me

From local tomatoes with coffee vinaigrette to wild catfish with oyster mushrooms, you can always count on something quirky and colorful from Jarrett Stieber, who operates this weekend pop-up out of the tiny kitchen of Candler Park’s Gato.
Lion Tamer Bread

New Bread: Lion Tamer Bread

Almost every day, Brian Dulisse folds and kneads up to 120 rustic rounds of sourdough, rye, and other breads by hand.
Cole Younger Just

Bartender of the Year: Cole Younger Just, Last Word

No other cocktail list this year felt as intentional yet whimsical as the one that Just built at this late-night Lebanese restaurant in the Old Fourth Ward.
Best of Atlanta 2015

Bookstore: Little Shop of Stories

Yes, this Decatur gem is mostly a kids bookstore—and a good one, with a cozy play tent to page through the latest Fancy Nancy—but the shelves also contain a thoughtfully selected adult fiction section.
Best of Atlanta 2015

Place to bring the kids (& eat well, too): Novo Cucina

Toys, a self-service wine station, and orders that come out faster than your two-year-old can say “more snacks!” mean Riccardo Ullio’s Italian outpost is about as family-friendly as a restaurant that doesn’t serve corn dogs can get.
Doggy Dogg

Hot Dogs: Doggy Dogg

Let’s say, hypothetically, that you’ve had one too many cocktails at Kimball House, where the kitchen closes at midnight. Solution? Stumble across the street for one of James Hammerl’s quirky gourmet hot dogs, available until 2 a.m. on weekends.

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