Winner: Best soup in Atlanta | Best of Atlanta

It's cold outside, and your soul is searching for the perfect soups in town. 

This week's Best of Atlanta poll discovered your favorite bowl of comfort.

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Due to popularity, our first place winner Souper Jenny can now be found on the Westside, Decatur, Brookhaven and Buckhead. Run as a cafeteria-style restaurant, you get the opportunity to ponder the daily menu up close and personal. Bring a friend and enjoy your meal together or bring it home to savor. 

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For those of us in Intown, when we think soup we think MetroFresh. Coming in second place, they create a bowl full of  interesting, unusual and globally-inspired flavor combinations that will keep you coming back for more. 

Fresh To Order's chef-driven cuisine with a focus on perfection lands it in our third spot. They fill their bowls of soup full of fresh flavors with unique, but approachable, ingredients that you’ll love to eat and enjoy. You can find them in Cobb, near Emory University and in Midtown.

You don't have to travel far to find some of Atlanta's best soup. Be sure to try a bowl or two at Simply Fresh Market (Cobb), Farm to Ladle (Intown, North Fulton), Agavero Cantina (Gwinnett) and The General Muir (DeKalb).

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Read about our other Best of Atlanta winners and nominees here. 

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