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Best of the ’Burgh 2013: Readers’ Poll

You weighed in on your favorite cinema, new bar, dog walker and more. Now see who won.




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Antique store
Antique Center of Strabane

Bridal boutique
Bella Bridesmaid

Clothing boutique
Pavement

Consignment store
Avalon Exchange

Culinary retailer
Sur La Table

Dog walker
Au Purr

Florist
Allison McGeary

Gift shop
WildCard

Groomer
Pawfect Grooming

Hair salon
Aniko’s Hungarian Skin Care and Spa

Home goods spot
Construction Junction

Jewelry store
Henne

Party planner
Perfectly Planned by Shari

Pet boutique
Petagogy

Pet resort
Camp Bow Wow

Shoe store
Littles

Spa
Aniko’s Hungarian Skin Care and Spa

 

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