Best of the 'Burgh 2011: Readers' Poll

The best places, people and things in the 'Burgh as voted on by you.

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Outdoor Dining
Double Wide Grill

Happy Hour
Mad Mex

Beer List
Sharp Edge

Bartender
Dash Kaplan at Bocktown Beer and Grill

Restaurant for a First Date
Dish Osteria and Bar

Local Coffee Shop
Big Dog Coffee

Takeout
Sesame Inn

Doughnuts
Dunkin’ Donuts

Bagels
Bruegger’s

Bakery
Oakmont Bakery

Pizza
Mineo’s Pizza House

Soul Food
Bistro Soul

Vegetarian
Quiet Storm Vegetarian & Vegan Cafe

Wing Night
Quaker Steak & Lube

New Bar
Local Bar & Kitchen

Wine Bar
The Wine Loft

Wine Tasting
Dreadnought Wines

Best Dive Bar
Jack’s

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