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Best of Atlanta 2016

Best of Atlanta 2016

Microblading: Brows by Milly at Sweet Peach Wax

Brazilian-born Milly Marques was among the first to bring microblading—semipermanent eyebrow makeup, like delicate tattoos that last about a year—to Atlanta.
Best of Atlanta 2016

Lash Extensions: Buckhead Lash Studio

When it comes to lash extensions, forget salons that juggle a ton of different services. Go with lashes-only Buckhead Lash Studio.
Best of Atlanta 2016

Chicken and Waffles: Richards’ Southern Fried

The chicken is moist and crisp in the best way, chef Todd Richards has been known to fleck the waffle with collard greens, and the signature hot sauce gives just the right amount of kick.
Best of Atlanta 2016

Barbershop: The Commodore Tonsorial Parlor

Both hipsters in the know and Sandy Springs corporate types flock to this barbershop tucked away on the ground floor of a self-storage building just OTP on Mount Vernon Highway.
Ron Clark Academy

Viral Sensation: The Ron Clark Academy

Watch Ron Clark whip; watch him nae nae. The South Atlanta educator was already famous for his revolutionary teaching methods when he and Ron Clark Academy students took part in DLow’s “Bet You Can’t Do It Like Me” dance challenge last January.
Little Barn Apothecary

Bath and Body Shop: Little Barn Apothecary and Co.

Since its launch in 2015, local natural skincare brand Little Barn Apothecary has been picked up by nearly 400 spas and shops around the world.
Best of Atlanta 2016

Cobbler: Ansley Shoe & Luggage Repair

Local shoemakers like Cobbler Union recommend this 15-year-old Ansley Mall repair shop for a reason.
Lark & Sparrow

Nail Salon: Lark & Sparrow

From a cheerful, odor-free space in Grant Park, Lark & Sparrow offers the antithesis of the typical salon experience.
Best of Atlanta 2016

Yakitori: Brush Sushi Izakaya

The cool Decatur newbie touts its sushi in the name, but trust us: You want the plump and juicy chicken skewers grilled over Japanese charcoal.
Best of Atlanta 2016

Dim sum: Royal China

It may be an elderly stand-by in restaurant years, but this modest establishment boasts a seemingly endless menu of dumplings and savories that’s without equal in town.

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