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The winners of the Toast of the Town readers' poll 

White Water Tavern and Town Pump win big.

Best bar

White Water Tavern

Runners-up: Capital Bar and Grill, Maxine's, Pizza D'Action, Town Pump

Best bartender

Loryn Smith, Town Pump

Runners-up: Spencer Jansen, Capital Bar and Grill; Kevin Creasy, White Water Tavern; Sara Clark, Town Pump

Wine bar

Zin Urban Wine and Beer Bar

Runners-up: By the Glass, Ciao Baci, Crush Wine Bar

Best bar for food

Capital Bar and Grill

Runners-up: Dugan's Pub, Stickyz Rock 'n' Roll Chicken Shack, Town Pump

Best bar for live music

White Water Tavern

Runners-up: Maxine's, Stickyz Rock 'n' Roll Chicken Shack, Town Pump

Best bar for pool, darts, shuffleboard or other games

Town Pump

Runners-up: The Hillcrest Fountain, Pizza D'Action, Zack's

Beer selection

Flying Saucer

Runners-up: The House, Maxine's, Town Pump

Bloody Mary

Town Pump

Runners-up: Capital Bar and Grill, Midtown Billiards, Stickyz Rock 'n' Roll Chicken Shack

Martini

Capital Bar and Grill

Runners-up: Ciao Baci, Diversion, Graffiti's

Margarita

Cantina Laredo

Runners-up: Casa Manana, El Porton, Senor Tequila

Coldest beer

Town Pump

Runners-up: Flying Saucer, White Water Tavern, U.S. Pizza

Dive bar

White Water Tavern

Runners-up: Maxine's, Midtown Billiards, Town Pump

Drinking brunch

The House

Runners-up: B-Side, Loca Luna, Pizza D'Action

Gay bar

Discovery

Runners-up: 610 Center, Sidetracks, Sway

Happy hour

The Town Pump

Runners-up: Pizza D'Action, Stickyz Rock 'n' Roll Chicken Shack, Zin Urban Wine and Beer Bar

Hotel bar

Capital Bar and Grill

Runners-up: The Peabody Lobby Bar and Mallards, Lee's Lounge in the Springs Hotel, Rocks at Crowne Plaza

Patio for drinking

Cajun's Wharf

Runners-up: Ciao Baci, The House, U.S. Pizza in Hillcrest

Pick-up bar

The Town Pump

Runners-up: White Water Tavern, Pizza D'Action, Stickyz Rock 'n' Roll Chicken Shack

Sports bar

West End Smokehouse and Tavern

Runners-up: Big Whiskey's, Buffalo Wild Wings, Gusano's

Tequila selection

Casa Manana

Runners-up: Cantina Laredo, On the Border, Senor Tequila

Liquor store

Colonial Wines & Spirits

Runners-up: Copping's Arkansas Liquor, Hillcrest Liquor, Markham Liquor

Local brew

Diamond Bear

Runners-up: Boscos, Vino's

National brew

Sam Adams

Runners-up: Shiner Bock, Spaten Oktoberfest, Goose Island

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