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Best of the 'Burgh 2016: Readers' Poll

Bakeries, barbecue, museums and more. Here's the most popular stuff in town.



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Businesses

Hair Salon
Metamorphosis Organic Salon, Spa and Wellness Studio, spapgh.com

Fitness Club
LA Fitness, lafitness.com

Fitness Class (tie)
The Grind at Keystone Health Club, keystonehealthclub.com

Pure Barre Pittsburgh, purebarre.com

Florist
The Farmer’s Daughter Flowers, thefarmersdaughterflowers.squarespace.com

Jewelry Store
Henne Jewelers, hennejewelers.com

Yoga Studio
Amazing Yoga, amazingyoga.net

Toy/Game Store
S.W. Randall Toyes and Giftes, swrandalltoys.com

Beauty Products/Makeup Store
Sephora, sephora.com

Indie Bookstore
Caliban Book Shop, calibanbooks.com

Card/Stationery Store
WildCard, wildcardpgh.com

Pet Goods and Services
Camp Bow Wow, campbowwow.com

Spa
Metamorphosis Organic Salon, Spa and Wellness Studio, spapgh.com

Clothing Boutique
Fascino, shopfascino.com

Bridal Boutique
Glitter & Grit, glitterandgritpgh.com

Bed and Breakfast
The Inn on Negley, innonnegley.com

Comic Book Store
Phantom of the Attic, pota-oakland.com

Record Store
Jerry’s Records, jerrysrecords.com

Homegoods Store
Von Walter & Funk, vonwalterandfunk.com

Local Resort
Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, nemacolin.com

Grossman Yanak & Ford tabulated this year’s Best of the ’Burgh poll results.
 

 

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