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CUISINE

French Fries

McDonald's

RUNNERS-UP: Buffalo Grill, The House, Arkansas Burger Company

Onion Ring

Sonic

RUNNERS-UP: Cheeburger, Cheeburger, Cotham's, The Hop.

Cheese Dip

Mexico Chiquito

RUNNERS-UP: Senor Tequila, Chili's, El Porton, Juanita's.

Ribs

Whole Hog

RUNNERS-UP: Corky's, Sims, Famous Dave's.

Wine List

Ashley's

RUNNERS-UP: Acadia, By the Glass, 1620.

Liquor Store

Colonial Wine and Spirits

RUNNERS-UP: Ridge, Pop-a-top, Lake Liquor.

Sushi

Sushi Cafe

RUNNERS-UP: Gina's, Hanaroo, Igibon, Mount Fuji.

Salad

ZaZa

RUNNERS-UP: US Pizza, Trio's, Jason's Deli.

Brunch

Loca Luna

RUNNERS-UP: Ya Ya's, Capi's, Bosco.

Gourmet To Go

Catering To You

RUNNERS-UP: Boulevard Bread, Diane's, Fresh Market

Cocktail

Capital Bar

RUNNERS-UP: Ciao Baci, Ferneau, Bonefish Grill.

Business Lunch

Capital Bar

RUNNERS-UP: Copper Grill, Trio's, Brave New Restaurant.

Milkshake

Purple Cow

RUNNERS-UP: Cheeburger, Cheeburger, The Hop, Doe's.

Vegetarian Food

Whole Foods

RUNNERS-UP: Lilly's Dim Sum, ZaZa, Star of India.

Bread

Boulevard Bread

RUNNERS-UP: Panera, Old Mill, Community Bakery.

Caterer

Catering To You

RUNNERS-UP: Simply The Best, RSVP, Trio's.

Outdoor Dining

Acadia

RUNNERS-UP: Cajun's Wharf, Brave New Restaurant, US Pizza.

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