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2006 Index of Winners

Best Steaks BOA Award Winner

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Chops & Lobster Bar

Best Steaks BOA Award Winner

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Bones Restaurant

Best Sunday Brunch BOA Award Winner

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Murphy's Restaurant

Best Sushi BOA Award Winner

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Ru San's
1529 Piedmont Road, 404-875-7042 And other metro Atlanta locations.

Best Sushi BOA Award Winner

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MF Sushi Atlanta
MF SUSHIBAR celebrates the “magic fingers” of chef Chris Kinjo, who owns the restaurant with his brother, Alex, an equally talented artist who created an L.A.-style ambiance ideal for working chopsticks while wearing black. (They also operate the equally stylish Nam.) What to order?more...
MF SUSHIBAR celebrates the “magic fingers” of chef Chris Kinjo, who owns the restaurant with his brother, Alex, an equally talented artist who created an L.A.-style ambiance ideal for working chopsticks while wearing black. (They also operate the equally stylish Nam.) What to order? It doesn’t much matter — the menu ranges from the extremely creative to classically simple sashimi — but be sure to get the freshly grated wasabi instead of the usual paste. There’s also a great sake collection. less...

Best Sushi BOA Award Winner

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Ru San's
1529 Piedmont Road, (404) 875-7042 Other metro Atlanta locations, call for details.

Best Tapas BOA Award Winner

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Pura Vida

Best Tapas BOA Award Winner

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Krog Bar
You can hit a tapas restaurant practically anywhere in town these days, but none are as true to the Spanish vision as KROG BAR in the parking lot of Stove Works, which Kevin Rathbun opened as an adjunct to his eponymous restaurant. What makes Krog Bar so authentic? For one thing, it’s tiny andmore...
You can hit a tapas restaurant practically anywhere in town these days, but none are as true to the Spanish vision as KROG BAR in the parking lot of Stove Works, which Kevin Rathbun opened as an adjunct to his eponymous restaurant. What makes Krog Bar so authentic? For one thing, it’s tiny and there’s a heavy emphasis on wines, just as you’d find in Sevilla, where the most popular tapas bars are so packed they incur involuntary frottage. Also, Rathbun focuses on simple quality — the best Serrano ham, the best cheeses. We should mention that all items are cold and not all are Spanish. The place is too small for any kind of cooking. But if you want a quick transit to southern Spain, this is the place. less...

Best Tapas BOA Award Winner

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Eclipse di Luna

Best Taqueria BOA Award Winner

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El Molino
There are zillions of totally authentic taquerias all over Atlanta, thanks to our growing Mexican population. But we haven’t encountered anything quite like the taqueria inside this particular EL MOLINO, a chain of Mexican markets. It’s not just the enormous tortas (try the carnitasmore...
There are zillions of totally authentic taquerias all over Atlanta, thanks to our growing Mexican population. But we haven’t encountered anything quite like the taqueria inside this particular EL MOLINO, a chain of Mexican markets. It’s not just the enormous tortas (try the carnitas on weekends), savory tacos (try the al pastor) and perhaps the city’s best authentic posole (available weekends only). What keeps us coming back is Carlos the cook’s weekday preparations of two daily specials — home-style dishes like chicharrones en salsa verde — that you won’t find anywhere else in the city. The ambiance is zero and English is only haltingly spoken, but the specials are always displayed at the order window. Point and ask. Be patient. less...

Best Thai BOA Award Winner

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Little Bangkok
Yes, one of intown’s most inexpensive restaurants is also its best Thai restaurant. We know there are gourmet Thai spots in town, but they don’t produce the ever-changing array of specials that LITTLE BANGKOK does. Always check the specials board, but the classic green chili chickenmore...
Yes, one of intown’s most inexpensive restaurants is also its best Thai restaurant. We know there are gourmet Thai spots in town, but they don’t produce the ever-changing array of specials that LITTLE BANGKOK does. Always check the specials board, but the classic green chili chicken remains our favorite dish here. It’s pure comfort food with a fiery bite. less...

Best Thai BOA Award Winner

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Surin of Thailand

Best Traditional Martini BOA Award Winner

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Highland Tap

Best Vegetarian BOA Award Winner

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Cafe Sunflower Sandy Springs

Best Veggie Burger BOA Award Winner

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The Vortex - Little Five Points

Best Vietnamese BOA Award Winner

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Com Dunwoody Vietnamese Grill
COM VIETNAMESE GRILL took the foodie population by storm when it opened more than a year ago. Food & Wine magazine even gave it national acclaim as a “best.” What’s so good? Deliciously marinated and grilled meats — pork, beef, duck — wrapped in grape leaves,more...
COM VIETNAMESE GRILL took the foodie population by storm when it opened more than a year ago. Food & Wine magazine even gave it national acclaim as a “best.” What’s so good? Deliciously marinated and grilled meats — pork, beef, duck — wrapped in grape leaves, served over rice or vermicelli with herbs and raw vegetables. Even the tofu is spectacular. The staff is completely fluent in English, so you don’t have to play charades to get a good meal. less...

Best Vietnamese BOA Award Winner

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Com Dunwoody Vietnamese Grill

Best Waitstaff BOA Award Winner

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Quinones at Bacchanalia

Best Waitstaff BOA Award Winner

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Real Chow Baby

Best Wine Bar BOA Award Winner

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The Grape
Several metro Atlanta locations. See their website at www.yourgrape.com.

Best Wine By The Glass BOA Award Winner

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The Grape
Several metro Atlanta locations. See their website at www.yourgrape.com.

Best Wine List BOA Award Winner

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Joel

Best Wine List BOA Award Winner

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The Grape

Most Welcoming Restaurant For Kids BOA Award Winner

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Dakota Blue
DAKOTA BLUE in Grant Park actually encourages kids rather than tolerates them. A whole corner of toys and coloring books to keep your child occupied proves the point. The booths are made from squirm-friendly wide wooden planks, and there’s plenty on the menu that should be acceptable to finickymore...
DAKOTA BLUE in Grant Park actually encourages kids rather than tolerates them. A whole corner of toys and coloring books to keep your child occupied proves the point. The booths are made from squirm-friendly wide wooden planks, and there’s plenty on the menu that should be acceptable to finicky little eaters. At the very least, they should be pleased with the gooey home-style desserts. less...

Best All-ages Author BOA Award Winner

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Andy Runton
In the Owly series of graphic novels published by Marietta’s Top Shelf Productions, Lilburn native ANDY RUNTON gives “wholesome” a good name through the black-and-white, family-friendly adventures of a young owl and his nature-loving pals. Despite the simple stories, Runton’smore...

In the Owly series of graphic novels published by Marietta’s Top Shelf Productions, Lilburn native ANDY RUNTON gives “wholesome” a good name through the black-and-white, family-friendly adventures of a young owl and his nature-loving pals. Despite the simple stories, Runton’s work achieves surprising emotional depth and, given the lack of dialogue, narrative sophistication. Runton’s Owly even makes “cute” kind of cool, without being kitschy. ''www.andyrunton.com .
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Best All-around Play BOA Award Winner

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Theatrical Outfit
In a year blessed with numerous world-premiere productions, none proved more heartfelt, insightful or quintessentially “Atlantan” than Theatrical Outfit’s debut of Thomas Ward’s KEEPING WATCH, a comedy-drama about fate and faith in a small Alabama town. Ward’smore...
In a year blessed with numerous world-premiere productions, none proved more heartfelt, insightful or quintessentially “Atlantan” than Theatrical Outfit’s debut of Thomas Ward’s KEEPING WATCH, a comedy-drama about fate and faith in a small Alabama town. Ward’s two-track plot follows a preacher courting a free spirit in a cemetery while a group of former high school friends has an increasingly fraught reunion at its old hangout. With a terrific cast of local actors, Keeping Watch captured a little of the soul of the South without resorting to stereotypes of Dixie-based theater. less...

Best Alternative Art Space BOA Award Winner

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Eyedrum Art and Music Gallery
Artists have always loved EYEDRUM ART & MUSIC GALLERY. The scrappy nonprofit features a democratically programmed repertoire of everything from cutting-edge sonic experiments to conceptual visual arts. Now, the rest of the world has given the progressive space a vote of confidence with the award thismore...
Artists have always loved EYEDRUM ART & MUSIC GALLERY. The scrappy nonprofit features a democratically programmed repertoire of everything from cutting-edge sonic experiments to conceptual visual arts. Now, the rest of the world has given the progressive space a vote of confidence with the award this year of a $30,000 Warhol Foundation Grant. less...

Best Alternative Art Space BOA Award Winner

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Eyedrum Art and Music Gallery

Best Art Blog BOA Award Winner

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www.extremecraft.com
Local artist and craft fan Garth Johnson has one of the most impressive artsy-craft-centric websites going, period, at www.EXTREMECRAFT.COM. Its visual panache is matched by erudite, ballsy, often blissfully obscene writing and intelligent connections forged between technology, lowbrow, handicraft andmore...

Local artist and craft fan Garth Johnson has one of the most impressive artsy-craft-centric websites going, period, at www.EXTREMECRAFT.COM. Its visual panache is matched by erudite, ballsy, often blissfully obscene writing and intelligent connections forged between technology, lowbrow, handicraft and conceptual art. Extreme Craft should be a daily destination on every smarty-pants hipster’s surf.
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Best Art Event BOA Award Winner

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Castleberry Hill

The place to both look at art and be looked at looking at art is the CASTLEBERRY HILL ART STROLL. The diverse Friday night scene, in an art world that is rarely cohesive or democratic, manages to appeal to everyone from dilettantes to aficionados.
www.castleberryhillartsdistrict.com.

Best Art Event BOA Award Winner

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Atlanta Civic Center

Best Art Exhibit In A Gallery BOA Award Winner

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Solomon Projects

Best Art Exhibit in a Gallery BOA Award Winner

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Dale Chihuly

Best Art Exhibit In A Museum BOA Award Winner

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Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia
ORIGIN: ANDREW ROSS INSTALLATIONS was the breathtaking solo show featuring former Atlanta artist Ross’ meditation on the fragile history of humankind. It delivered the conceptual goods and had visual impact to burn. By coupling Ross’ work with a show of the local art collaborative Goldenmore...
ORIGIN: ANDREW ROSS INSTALLATIONS was the breathtaking solo show featuring former Atlanta artist Ross’ meditation on the fragile history of humankind. It delivered the conceptual goods and had visual impact to burn. By coupling Ross’ work with a show of the local art collaborative Golden Blizzard’s acid-trip drawings, the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia proved it could bring it when it came to smart, happening conceptual art. less...

Best Art Exhibit in a Museum BOA Award Winner

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High Museum of Art

Best Art Neighborhood BOA Award Winner

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The Westside
Though at this point there is hardly a glut of galleries, things are definitely on the rise on THE WESTSIDE. Yes, it’s home to Howell Mill Road’s retail corridor, but it’s also the artsy epicenter of the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, the King Plow Arts Center, the Sandler-Hudsonmore...
Though at this point there is hardly a glut of galleries, things are definitely on the rise on THE WESTSIDE. Yes, it’s home to Howell Mill Road’s retail corridor, but it’s also the artsy epicenter of the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, the King Plow Arts Center, the Sandler-Hudson Gallery and Octane Coffee, which has featured rotating shows of local artists. The district also is just a stone’s throw from the thriving Castleberry Hill art scene. less...

Best Ballet - and Stoning BOA Award Winner

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The Lottery
Though we’re slightly concerned that they may have emboldened our enemies, we loved Brooks & Company Dance’s ominous take on unquestioning allegiance in THE LOTTERY. Choreographer Joanna Brooks reworked a canonical Stravinsky/Nijinsky ballet, Le Sacre du Printemps, thrusting Nijinsky’smore...

Though we’re slightly concerned that they may have emboldened our enemies, we loved Brooks & Company Dance’s ominous take on unquestioning allegiance in THE LOTTERY. Choreographer Joanna Brooks reworked a canonical Stravinsky/Nijinsky ballet, Le Sacre du Printemps, thrusting Nijinsky’s angular, jolting choreography into the plot of Shirley Jackson’s short story, “The Lottery,” giving new meaning to the original ballet’s ritual sacrifice.
404-454-1032. www.brooksandcompanydance.com.

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Best Book About Atlanta BOA Award Winner

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Man In Full

Best Book by a Local Author BOA Award Winner

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Princess Bubble
By Susan Johnson and Kimberly Webb www.princessbubble.com.

Best Book By An Atlanta Author BOA Award Winner

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The Mysterious Secret of the Valuable Treasure
The short stories of Jack Pendarvis find security guards watching over a shock jock buried alive, an unemployed man spying on sinister squirrels, and a very, very bad writer attempting to write the history of America. In THE MYSTERIOUS SECRET OF THE VALUABLE TREASURE, Pendarvis’ words are asmore...

The short stories of Jack Pendarvis find security guards watching over a shock jock buried alive, an unemployed man spying on sinister squirrels, and a very, very bad writer attempting to write the history of America. In THE MYSTERIOUS SECRET OF THE VALUABLE TREASURE, Pendarvis’ words are as wild and possessed by the same mad genius as his characters.
$21. MacAdam/Cage. 187 pages.

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Best Book Set In Georgia BOA Award Winner

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Between, Georgia
Atlanta author Joshilyn Jackson puts a new twist on the family feud in BETWEEN, GEORGIA, in which the biological daughter of one family is raised by that family’s sworn enemies. As an adult, only she can keep the two families from killing one another. No pressure. Set in a fictionalized versionmore...

Atlanta author Joshilyn Jackson puts a new twist on the family feud in BETWEEN, GEORGIA, in which the biological daughter of one family is raised by that family’s sworn enemies. As an adult, only she can keep the two families from killing one another. No pressure. Set in a fictionalized version of the real town of Between, the novel adeptly mixes cold-blooded creepiness with lyric love and loyalty.
$22.99. Warner Books. 304 pages.

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Best Cartographic Dance BOA Award Winner

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Beacon Dance
You’d think we would make some joke about stopping to ask for directions, but directions are far too linear for the wandering explorations of Beacon Dance in THE MAPPING PROJECT. Every month, the company created a site-specific dance in a different DeKalb County park, bringing experimental movementmore...
You’d think we would make some joke about stopping to ask for directions, but directions are far too linear for the wandering explorations of Beacon Dance in THE MAPPING PROJECT. Every month, the company created a site-specific dance in a different DeKalb County park, bringing experimental movement to unsuspecting dog walkers and youth football leagues, restoring a sense of wonder and magic to the land. less...

Best Cinematic Shout-out BOA Award Winner

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ATL
ATL appreciated Atlanta’s color and geographic divides. First-timer Chris Robinson’s sweet coming-of-age movie also featured a bevy of local flavor, including Eddie’s Gold Teeth, Value Village, Wayfield Foods, UrbanMedium’s Chetrooper street art, the Krog Street Tunnel,more...
ATL appreciated Atlanta’s color and geographic divides. First-timer Chris Robinson’s sweet coming-of-age movie also featured a bevy of local flavor, including Eddie’s Gold Teeth, Value Village, Wayfield Foods, UrbanMedium’s Chetrooper street art, the Krog Street Tunnel, and the Southside-vs.-Northside extremes of ghetto authenticity and Sandy Springs mega-mansion surrealism. less...

Best Coffeehouse to See Art BOA Award Winner

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Aurora Coffee
Most coffeehouse art makes us cringe, but AURORA-LITTLE FIVE POINTS — the happening java joint sharing a Moreland Avenue strip with Criminal Records and Junkman’s Daughter — is actually worth traveling to for art, latte or no latte.

Best Comedian BOA Award Winner

Year » 2006
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Drew Thomas
With his quick wit and smooth delivery, DREW THOMAS has become a force in Atlanta’s comedy scene. Aside from hosting the weekly open-mic night at the Twisted Taco on Tuesdays and regularly performing at other venues across the city, Thomas recently headlined at the Punchline. He’s touredmore...

With his quick wit and smooth delivery, DREW THOMAS has become a force in Atlanta’s comedy scene. Aside from hosting the weekly open-mic night at the Twisted Taco on Tuesdays and regularly performing at other venues across the city, Thomas recently headlined at the Punchline. He’s toured nationally to perform with the likes of Bill Bellamy, Aries Spears, D.L. Hughley, Bill Burr and Ron White. And, in the fall, he will be appearing on Robert Townsend’s “Partners in Crime” on the Black Family Channel.
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Best Dance-community Response To Hurricane Katrina BOA Award Winner

Year » 2006
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Moving Forward
Dancers are plenty familiar with people not eating, but this time they danced to fill others’ tummies. Pamela Dionne’s CityDance Ensemble brought together nine Atlanta companies for MOVING FORWARD, a dance festival to benefit Second Harvest’s efforts to feed the survivors ofmore...

Dancers are plenty familiar with people not eating, but this time they danced to fill others’ tummies. Pamela Dionne’s CityDance Ensemble brought together nine Atlanta companies for MOVING FORWARD, a dance festival to benefit Second Harvest’s efforts to feed the survivors of Hurricane Katrina. It was a great cause and a great show, too.
524 Plasters Ave. 404-877-0005. <a href="http://"www.studiodionne.com">www.studiodionne.com.

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Best Dance Company BOA Award Winner

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Atlanta Ballet

Best Dance Performance BOA Award Winner

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Dracula
By Michael Pink Performed by the Atlanta Ballet Company www.atlantaballet.com.

Best Emerging Visual Artist BOA Award Winner

Year » 2006
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Sheila Pree-Bright
Winner of this year’s prestigious Santa Fe Prize for Photography, SHEILA PREE-BRIGHT is an enormously talented Atlanta Contemporary Art Center studio artist. She has created a host of revealing, stereotype-busting work examining the phenomena of the hip-hop fashion accessory of grills, the blackmore...

Winner of this year’s prestigious Santa Fe Prize for Photography, SHEILA PREE-BRIGHT is an enormously talented Atlanta Contemporary Art Center studio artist. She has created a host of revealing, stereotype-busting work examining the phenomena of the hip-hop fashion accessory of grills, the black middle class and black female sexuality, and she promises more fascinating peeks into contemporary identity to come.
www.sheilapreebright.com.

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Best Emerging Visual Artist BOA Award Winner

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All Or Nothing Tattoo And Body Piercing

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