The votes are all in: 2017 Best of Atlanta winners list

We have completed our 2017 Best of Atlanta series, and the results have been overwhelmingly enthusiastic for our favorite places, restaurants and experiences. 

Our hope was to build a comprehensive resource for those visiting and living in our city, while also celebrating our Atlanta champions in their areas of expertise. 

As a thank you for sharing your opinion on all things Atlanta, here is a roundup where you can find all of the winner stories, chosen by you. 

Go ahead - dive in and enjoy the very Best of Atlanta. 

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Best burger 

Best first date spot 

Best Atlanta dish under $10

Best tourist attraction 

Diners enjoy the view and ambience of historic downtown Roswell. The city has set an open house for Nov. 28 on plans to improve Elm Street in the historic district. AJC FILE (For the AJC)

Best ZIP code 

Best appetizer 

Best spring festival 

Best brunch dish 

Best Atlanta sports star 

Best patio 

Best dog park 

Best taco  

Best movie theater 

Best road race 

Best fried chicken 

Best landmark 

Best music festival 

Marietta Square Farmers Market, 65 Church Street, Marietta (on the Square) on Saturday April 4, 2015. Booth: Red Earth Organic Farms from Zebulon Ga. ( (Becky Stein)

Best farmers market 

Best seafood 

Best family attraction

Best ice cream

Best suburb

Best Atlanta TV anchor

Best late-night spot

Best pizza

Best Atlanta chain

Best brunch cocktail

Best playground

Best food truck

Best art gallery

Best sports bar

Revelers in fun and frightful costumes flocked to Little Five Points on Saturday, October 17 for the Little Five Points Halloween Festival and Parade. In its 15th year running, the event offered up a variety of entertainment with two performance stages, art and food vendors and its signature parade. Photos by Janay Kingsberry. (Janay Kingsberry/AJC)

Best fall festival

Best coffee shop

Best pie

Best pasta

Best Atlanta radio personality

Best hike

Best Mexican restaurant

Best local charity

Best town square

Best soup

Best holiday activity

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