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Best of Atlanta 2015

Art Supply Store: Binders

The spacious Ponce City Market location houses an extensive selection of arty inventory, but the streamlined layout makes it easy to navigate.
The Sentimentalist

Bridal Gowns: The Sentimentalist

It may not boast the racks and racks of options that you’ll find at a big-box store, but what the Sentimentalist does have is an intimate, romantic vibe and staffers who shower brides-to-be with personal attention.
Best of Atlanta 2015

Best-Kept Secret: Mooncake Studio

After owner Janet Armell closed her decades-old Virginia-Highland storefront in 2012, many people thought the funky Mooncake was no more.
Avalon

Place to Drink and Shop: Avalon

Almost unbelievably, Avalon’s liberal-with-a-capital-L open container policy lets you roam the entire property with a boozy drink in hand.
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Winter Pool Party: Bethesda Park Aquatic Center

There’s nothing like a little hydro-therapy to combat the cold-weather doldrums, and guess what: Not all of our public pools close after Labor Day.
Best of Atlanta 2015

Bar Snacks: The Porter Beer Bar

Nick Rutherford and Molly Gunn’s narrow tavern in Little Five Points gives bites like salt and vinegar popcorn, hushpuppies with organic applesauce, and fried pickles with pimento cheese serious thought.
Best of Atlanta 2015

Gallery for Emerging and Established Artists: Mason Fine Art

For more than a decade, Mason Fine Art has been a place where artists whose works are exhibited at major museums like the Whitney are displayed right alongside those who set up shop on Moreland Avenue.
Best of Atlanta 2015

Atelier Alley: The Galleries of Peachtree Hills

Throughout the city are many lovely shops that double as design ateliers, but our favorites are at the Galleries of Peachtree Hills.
Homepolish

New Design Service: Homepolish

This New York–based service landed in Atlanta last year as an alternative to the industry’s traditional commission model, which can incentivize designers to select expensive products.
Revival

Cornbread: Revival

We’re told that the recipe is bestowed upon only one person in Kevin Gillespie’s family at any given time. The story could be full of lard, but who cares—his cornbread triangles cooked in a cast-iron skillet are pure genius.

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