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Best of Atlanta 2016

Best of Atlanta 2016

Spa Package (Splurge): Mandarin Oriental

Everything about the spa at Buckhead’s Mandarin Oriental hotel screams posh, from the plush robes to the proliferation of orchids on every surface.
Best of Atlanta 2016

Comeback: David Bies

After a four-year stint at Restaurant Eugene, Bies left not just Atlanta but the country in order to train in kitchens across Asia.
Best of Atlanta 2016

New Wine Shop: Barcelona VinoTeca

Barcelona Wine Bar’s first retail store offers exactly what you’d expect from the restaurant: a casual-cool vibe, friendly staff, and lots of Spanish wine.
Best of Atlanta 2016

Place to Catch a Broadway-Bound Show: The Alliance Theatre

The gleaming Regional Theatre Tony Award in the lobby speaks volumes about the Alliance’s stature as a creative incubator for hits like Bring It On and Sister Act, and Tony winners The Color Purple and Aida.
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.
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Doughnuts: Sarah Donuts

You could spend $4 on a doughnut that seems decorated just for Instagram. But if you’re judging on taste alone, this 12-year-old north metro chain takes the cake.
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

New Taproom: Urban Tree Cidery

In addition to producing one of Atlanta’s only hard ciders (made with apples picked from its own orchard), Urban Tree pours local craft beers, hosts live bands, and brings in food trucks for the crowds that pack this breezy space.
Best of Atlanta 2016

Boot Camp: Gauge Fitness

After Lawrence Palmer went from flab to six-pack fab in 2009, he decided to become a fitness instructor to help others reach their weight loss goals.
Best of Atlanta 2016

Modern Meat-and-Three: Rising Son

It’s a family affair for chef Hudson Rouse and his wife, Kathryn Fitzgerald Rouse, who opened this cozy spot in the spring.

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