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Best Southern

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Creative Loafing has been presenting Atlanta's Best People, Places and Events since 1972. These are some of the past winners for this category:

Best Southern BOA Award Winner

Year » 2019
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
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Best Southern BOA Award Winner

Year » 2019
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
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Best Southern BOA Award Winner

Year » 2017
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
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Best Southern BOA Award Winner

Year » 2016
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
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Best southern BOA Award Winner

Year » 2015
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
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Best southern BOA Award Winner

Year » 2015
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
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Best Southern BOA Award Winner

Year » 2014
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
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Best Southern BOA Award Winner

Year » 2013
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
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Best Southern BOA Award Winner

Year » 2012
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
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Best Southern BOA Award Winner

Year » 2011
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
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Best Southern BOA Award Winner

Year » 2010
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
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Runner-up: Watershed


406 W. Ponce de Leon Ave., Decatur, 404-378-4900, www.watershedrestaurant.com

Best Southern BOA Award Winner

Year » 2009
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
Picked By » Readers

Runner-up
Colonnade
1879 Cheshire Bridge Road, 404-874-5642, www.colonnadeatl.com


Best Southern BOA Award Winner

Year » 2008
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
Picked By » Critics
New Southern cooking is a trend we applaud, and this year has certainly seen a rise in the number of chefs and restaurants embracing regional cooking. But chef Linton Hopkins of RESTAURANT EUGENE was one of the first, and nowhere can you see the marvelous results better than in his $29.50 three-coursemore...
New Southern cooking is a trend we applaud, and this year has certainly seen a rise in the number of chefs and restaurants embracing regional cooking. But chef Linton Hopkins of RESTAURANT EUGENE was one of the first, and nowhere can you see the marvelous results better than in his $29.50 three-course Sunday suppers. Elegant comfort food, such as Creole fried chicken livers, fried chicken or bacon-wrapped Georgia trout, make you proud to live in the South, in a city that's taken local cooking to such fantastic heights. less...

Best Southern BOA Award Winner

Year » 2008
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
Picked By » Readers

Best Southern BOA Award Winner

Year » 2007
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
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Best Southern BOA Award Winner

Year » 2006
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
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Best Southern BOA Award Winner

Year » 2005
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
Picked By » Critics
When we want the culinary equivalent of old-time religion, we make a beeline up Ga. 400 to chow down at the church of Bill Greenwood. His GREENWOOD’S ON GREEN STREET is always full of congregates worshipping plates of sage-strewn pork chops, Georgia trout with lemon-chive butter and the heavenlymore...
When we want the culinary equivalent of old-time religion, we make a beeline up Ga. 400 to chow down at the church of Bill Greenwood. His GREENWOOD’S ON GREEN STREET is always full of congregates worshipping plates of sage-strewn pork chops, Georgia trout with lemon-chive butter and the heavenly broccoli casserole, worth a pilgrimage in its own right. His pies — particularly apple, cherry and chocolate cream — make you wanna shout, “Amen!” And just like Sunday morning services, you need to show up early for dinner if you want a good seat. less...

Best Southern BOA Award Winner

Year » 2005
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
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Best Southern BOA Award Winner

Year » 2000
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
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If the fictional Aunt Pittypat ran a restaurant, this would be it — not the eponymous tourist trap downtown. Sweet old ladies show guests to tables. Waitresses address customers as "Honeychile" and "Darlin." The menu offers old favorite dishes and tea-room standards: from salmon croquettes and potmore...
If the fictional Aunt Pittypat ran a restaurant, this would be it — not the eponymous tourist trap downtown. Sweet old ladies show guests to tables. Waitresses address customers as "Honeychile" and "Darlin." The menu offers old favorite dishes and tea-room standards: from salmon croquettes and pot likker to Lady peas and Jell-O salad. less...

Best Southern BOA Award Winner

Year » 2000
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
Picked By » Critics
Tree-shaded tables, an organic garden and a pedigreed clientele go hand in glove with the first-rate New Southern cuisine served in this series of elegant trophy rooms masquerading as a Chastain Park stable. Dave Berry's upscale menu offers treats such as properly fried chicken, pork barbecue on cornmore...
Tree-shaded tables, an organic garden and a pedigreed clientele go hand in glove with the first-rate New Southern cuisine served in this series of elegant trophy rooms masquerading as a Chastain Park stable. Dave Berry's upscale menu offers treats such as properly fried chicken, pork barbecue on corn bread, wonderful chicken-liver salad, wood-grilled Georgia trout, Southern-style vegetables, hot biscuits and the signature Kentucky oatmeal spice cake. less...

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