These are three of our favorite brunch destinations, where the scenery is almost as important as the food Tucked away on the banks of the Chattahoochee, Canoe has the air of an upscale country lodge The Sunday brunch menu features house-smoked salmon with a crispy potato pancake and goat cheese Billed as “a base camp for the urban explorer,” Ladybird Grove is the first restaurant designed with the Beltline in mind The hip-meets-outdoorsy menu features the likes of avocado toast and breakfast tacos Wat

VOTE: Who has the best patio in Atlanta | Best of Atlanta

Would you like to sit inside or out?

It’s the time of year again when Atlanta diners are given a choice of where they want to enjoy their meal. If you’re the type who enjoys dining alfresco, where is your favorite spot?

» The ultimate guide to Atlanta’s top patios

This week’s Best of Atlanta poll is looking for the top spot to enjoy some fresh air or take in a view while having dinner or drinks. 

Atlanta has great patio locations both inside and outside — the Perimeter, that is.

Check out our ultimate guide to Atlanta’s top patios for some ideas, if you’re not familiar with the city. If you can’t get out until the weekend, you should visit one of our favorites for an outdoor brunch.

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If you’d like to submit a write-in nominee for best patio, please email your pick to stephanie.toone@ajc.com.

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