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Mother’s Day

Mother's Day

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Celebrate Mother's Day in Andersonville!


Ándale Market | 5232 N Clark Street

Treat your Mom by picking up an artfully curated basket by you and your family, to help her feel special, unwind, and feel appreciated by Andale! Choose from a variety of flavors of teas, chocolate covered fruit, shortbreads, bath bombs and other items! Bring the family to create the basket yourself, or contact the store directly to have them created and customized to your Mom’s taste! Order ahead of time before May 8, and you’ll receive a coupon to come back for flowers. You’ll find special cards to write the perfect message for Mom. 

Andale is open 7 days a week, contact info on their website


Adoption Center of Illinois | 5828 N Clark 

Show love to a special mom, birth mom, mom to be or the mom figure in your life by sending a beautiful E card, 3 options for Mother’s Day and Birth Mom’s, with added personalized messages available. The donations received from your card will help sustain the services of Adoption Center of Il, as it provides services to birth parents, adoptive parents, adoptees and all members of our community. 

Send a special card that honors Mothers everywhere by clicking this link

A Pretty Flower | 2334 W Lawrence 

Advanced order for the perfect pretty flower arrangement that can be delivered or picked Friday, May 6-Sunday May 8. This Mother’s Day flower arrangement does require a call ahead for best selections, though some pre-made bouquets and limited plants may be available in store. Please contact 773-506-0806 or visit their website to order ahead for your Mothers Day!


Bar Roma | 5101 N Clark 

Mothers Day Brunch featuring Four Course Menu and Blood Orange Mimosas

Sunday May 8, 10:30AM-3PM

Join Chef Fred Ramos with a special Mothers Day menu featuring herbed frittata, spring mixed green salad, rigatoni carbonara and  Harvey’s famous lemon tart. Pair your Brunch fair with selections of italian wine, brews, craft cocktails and special day of Blood Orange Mimosas for $6

$32 per person, children 12 and under are half priced. Reservations made here


Bezz Training | 6033 N Sheridan

Moms Get Free Bezz Gym Classes For 3 Months 

Celebrate your health this Mother's day and join Bezz by May 31, 22 to get a membership upgrade that includes access to all *essential classes for 3 months ($120 savings). All you have to do is show us an adorable family photo when you visit! *(HIIT, Sculpt, Yoga, Kettlebell, Boxing and more! does not include Quattro)


CBD Kratom | 5303 N Clark 

Treat the Caregiver in your life with their Mother’s Day website guide linked here

Skip the traditional bouquet and find the perfect gift to help your mom unwind, perhaps finally get some sleep or help with aches and pains. 


Colectivo Coffee | 5425 N Clark

This Mother’s Day, shake up the traditional gifts given, and treat your Mom to unique gifts from Coletivo Coffee. Now through May 8 find the perfect gift in their Andersonville Cafe, you can also order from their website and find more information here


Dearborn Denim | 5202 N Clark 

Celebrate Mom May 1-7 with 10% off upcycled items such as totes, dresses (a new spring Midi-dress!) all womens, jeans, upcycled scrunchies, earrings and gift cards available!



Enjoy an Urban General Store | 5307 N Clark

Special gifts for any type of Mom! Send flowers through their website. Shop in store for all types of Mom’s, Sassy Mom’s, Pet Mom’s, Sweet Moms and Grandmoms! Find perfect pairs, perfect cards and all sorts of fun gifts.


Fireside Restaurant | 5739 N Ravenswood 

Annual Mother’s Day Brunch Sunday May 8, 10AM-4PM 

Over 40 items featured during this special buffet, including their famous ribs and chilaquiles, and more! $34.95 for adults, kids 12 and under $14.95. Reservations requested, reserve here


Foursided | 5061 N Clark 

Foursided has the perfect checklist of items for Mothers Day; in addition to brunch and flowers stop by Foursided to find the perfect card, finally frame that Print your Mother keeps talking about, and find many more uniquely perfect for your Mom or Mother Figure! 


Gadabout | 5212 N Clark 

Sunday May 8, 1-4PM Brunch and Brushes with Mom!

Purchases tickets that include a reservation for Brunch, sparkling wine flight, and a 2 hour painting party hosted by Jamie Elane Creative

Gadabout is also offering pre-purchased bouquets made by Flowers of Dreams, a B-Corp florist that donates 25% of every season’s earnings to charity. 

Scan for reservations and Bouquets on Gadabout Instagram

Scan for reservation and Bouquets on Gadabout Facebook 


Koval | 4241 N Ravenswood 

Join Vivant Gardening services at Koval on Sunday May 8, at 12PM for a Mother’s Day spring wreath making workshop. Arrive early to purchase Brunch cocktails at KOVAL’S tasting room which will remain open for replenishments. No experience needed, all supplies provided to create the perfect spring wreath for your Mother, Mother figure or yourself! 

Purchase tickets for Wreath workshop here

Land and Lake | 5420 N Clark

Celebrate Mothers Day with a delicious Brunch on May 8, from 10AM-3PM. Featuring elevated Midwestern Classics such as a smoked salmon scramble, French toast with salted caramel, bananas and whipped cream, and other specials including unlimited mimosas for 1.5 hours all of this just $18 per person! Reservations can be made on their website


Oda Mediterranean Cuisine | 5657 N Clark

Join us for Mother's Day from 1 - 10PM! Enjoy several special menu items (see below) along with our signature Oda menu. 

- Stuffed Calamari
- Chakhokhbili - Georgian Chicken stew
- Chakapuli - Georgian short rib stew with tarragon and sour plums
- Whipped Feta
- Karisik Dolma - Turkish stuffed mixed vegetables (meat and veggie options)


Paulines | 1754 W Balmoral 

Book your reservations for Mother’s Day Brunch at Paulines for Sunday May 8. Reservations can be booked at this link 


Replay Andersonville | 5358 N Clark 

Mothers Day Brunch Sunday May 8, 10AM-3PM

Treat your Mom to games and brunch, every mother will receive a Mother’s Day rose who walks in. 


Reza's Restaurant | 5255 N Clark

Join us this Mother’s Day for our famous buffet, including classic favorites as well as roast beef, broiled fish, and lamb. Call to reserve or place catering orders at our Andersonville, Evanston, or Oak Brook locations


Swedish American Museum | 5211 N Clark

Order by Thursday, May 5, 6PM | ORDER HERE

Pick up, Friday, May 6, noon - 4 p.m.

Celebrate Mother's Day with some freshly baked cinnamon rolls or almond tarts. These need to be pre-ordered no later than Thursday night and can be picked up after noon on Friday. They will be baked Friday morning so don't come early.



Tk Photography | 2641 N Clark Street 

Mother’s Day Mini Sessions May 1, 2022

Book for your special Mothers Day photo session at the link below


Uvae | 5553 N Clark 

Mothers Day Brunch Sunday May 8, special menu holiday items and complimentary mimosas for Moms! Featuring delights such as lobster cake benedict, spiced pear pancakes, and bacon ricotta french toast. Reservations can be made through their website


Uvae Fromage and Tasting Room | 5553 N Clark 

Build your own gift baskets for the Mother figure in your life, or purchase their Chicago Mom Party Basket! Better yet, a gift card that can be used for brunch, wine and cheese tasting in their restaurant or tasting room. Or give the gift that keeps on giving, sign Mom up for Wine Club! 

Wine Club features; $55 for 3 wines per month, you can double up to $100 for 6 wines per month, you can add on their monthly cheese club for $18 for 3 cheeses, $24 for 5 cheeses.



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Passover and Easter Celebrations

Passover and Easter Celebrations

Celebrate Passover and Easter Around Andersonville

First Slice Pie Cafe | 5357 N Ashland
Some absolute favorites are back this year: Crab Cakes, Savory Empanadas, Coconut Cream Pie. Check out the full menu of sweet Easter treats and desserts here. Order now through their online platform or download the menu below and send it back to
The last day to order is Thursday, April 14th at 11:59PM

Bar Roma Easter Brunch | 5101 N Clark 
Sunday April 17 10AM-3PM, Limited seating, call for reservations 773-942-7572
Family Style served for $28 per person
Featuring French Toast with fresh berries and Chantilly cream, Grilled artichoke frittata, breakfast potatoes, famous spaghetti and meatballs, assorted desserts and treats 

Foursided | 5061 N Clark
Easter Egg Hunt! Foursided annual egg hunt is April 11-16 in store! Participants can find prize filled eggs hidden around their shops all week, from sweet treats to discounts and gift card! You never know what you will find.

Gethsemane Garden Center | 5739 N Clark 
Decorative Easter Bunnies and Easter baskets can be found as well as hand-painted eggs from Austria.

Fiya Passover Dinner | 5159 N Clark 
Celebrate Passover with Fiya on April 17. Reservations requested. Passover menu is $50 per adult/$22 per child and includes a wine flight addition, featuring choice of two entrees, with a starter course, soup course, sides and dessert.


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2022 Year of Chicago Dance

2022 Year of Chicago Dance

2022 Year of Chicago Dance Events

Let's Dance! Andersonville x Year of Chicago Dance | Saturday, April 30 from 11AM-4PM

Updated 4/29/22! Let's Dance! Andersonville x Year of Chicago Dance has been moved to the former Akira space at 5228 N Clark from  11AM - 4PM on Saturday, April 30, for a day of celebration! Learn Bollywood, Salsa Rueda, Nordic Folk Dance, and more. Don't miss your chance to be a part of the community day of dance!  We want to send a special thank you to all of our incredible event partners and sponsors who make this event possible: Chicago Dance Supply, Swedish American Museum, Edgewater Historical Society, Helen Peirce Elementary School, and State Representative Kelly Cassidy. Water provided by Boxed Water!

Trey Elder of Quiet Pterodactyl will serve as emcee and Music Mix Master Guru. Photography by Leni Manaa-Hoppenworth will be available for download after the event at Select portions of Let’s Dance Andersonville! will livestream on Facebook at

Performance Schedule!

11AM – Helen C. Peirce School (Bollywood)
11:30AM – Desueño Dance (Salsa)
12PM– Illinois Center for Kathak (Kathak)
12:30PM – Chicago Casineros (Rueda de Casino)
1PM– Nordic Folk Dancers of Chicago (Nordic Folk Dance)
2PM – Chicago Tap Theatre (Tap) 
2:15PM Glenwood Dance Studio (Hustle & Jitterbug)
3PM – Ensemble Español Spanish Dance Youth Company (Tangos Flamenco)
3:15PM –  312 Movement (Argentine Tango)
3:45PM – The Met Down (Hip Hop) 
4PM – Joel Hall Dancers (Urban Jazz)

Trey Elder of Quiet Pterodactyl will serve as emcee and Music Mix Master Guru. Photography by Leni Manaa-Hoppenworth will be available for download after the event at Select portions of Let’s Dance Andersonville! will livestream on Facebook at

Participating Groups:

312 Movement

Jenny - as an artist, musician, and Latin dance instructor for many years, Jenny found her true calling in dancing and sharing her understanding of tango. With athleticism and grace, she flows effortlessly through complex movements, always with a strong connection to the music and her partner. Her years as a salsa dancer (teacher) also contribute a distinctive flavor that is both engaging and entertaining.

Rod - has been dancing all his life. Although his background early in his life has been mostly in hip hop and street dancing, he has fully committed himself to Argentine Tango. One can still see the lasting influence of his street dancing in his innovative tango style.

Together – (since 2009) they believe that connection, musicality, and technique are the keys to fully appreciate the beauty of Tango. In their classes they want to concentrate on how to be comfortable inside the embrace, based on the logic and naturalness of the movement. They travel all around the U.S. as well as abroad to perform and share their tango knowledge at festivals and weekend workshops.

In Chicago, their classes are taught with an eye on encouraging and nurturing individual artistic styles while at the same time stressing the core movements and strong values of traditional tango. Their infectious energy and love of the dance has created a large following of students in Chicago and the surrounding area. They are the founders of 312 Movement, which organizes events (monthly milongas and weekend workshops), djaying, performing, and teaching.

Chicago Casineros

Chicago Casineros is a group of friends and dancers who dance Cuban-style salsa, which is known as "Casino" and "Rueda de Casino."
They will be doing a demo of Rueda de Casino, which is danced in a formation with a caller. The caller shouts out moves and the group executes them together, constantly changing partners. This is a social dance style, and our dance group has different levels of experience! They will welcome beginners to a workshop following their demo and will dance to Timba Cubana by Roly Maden!

Chicago Tap Theatre

Chicago Tap Theatre, one of the most critically well-regarded dance companies in Chicago, has a multifaceted mission: to preserve America’s indigenous dance form, to promote that dance through story-based shows and innovative presentation, to educate the community and make tap dance accessible to a broad spectrum of people and to foster relationships with other arts organizations. CTT's upcoming events include our annual Gala, A National Tap Dance Day Celebration in collaboration with M.A.D.D. Rhythms, two summer intensives, and our final show of our 19th season! Additionally, CTT offers weekly tap dance classes for all levels at Visceral Dance Center! For more information, please visit us at!

Desueño Dance:

Desueño is a dance company that fuses Afro-Latin, Jazz, Contemporary, and Salsa dancing. Desueño shares dance through performance, dance instruction, and social dancing. Under the direction of Denita Inez, the company focuses on creating artistic works that connect to people. They offer classes, workshops, and a dance community - both online and in person. The Desueño mission is to bring the joy of dance to people. Desueño Dance is pleased to present a medley of Salsa routines to celebrate Let's Dance! Andersonville x Year of Chicago Dance. They have members of our Latin footwork team performing pieces from our current season. Stay after the performance to dance along with us and learn to dance Salsa, one of the most popular dances in the world.

Ensemble Español Spanish Dance Youth Company

The Ensemble Español Spanish Dance Youth Company dancers are blooming roses in the garden of Chicago’s very own Ensemble Español Spanish Dance Theater’s pre-professional training program. These young dancers are our pride and joy. Young dancers develop their talents by means of various afterschool programs and community classes offered by the professional company and then auditioning into the Young Company. We invite you to discover our upcoming classes for young and old, as well Flamenco Passion – our summer American Spanish Dance & Music Festival:

Glenwood Dance Studio

Learn the basics of two fun social dance styles in these thirty-minute classes with Katie DeSalvo of Glenwood Dance Studio. Hustle is a night-club style dance made popular in the 70s, but which can be danced to many types of current pop music. Jitterbug is a type of swing dance that is accessible for beginners, but still has lots of style and flair. These mini-classes can be done with or without a partner - no experience is needed. Come get your toes a-tapping and join in the fun!

Helen C. Peirce School

7th grade Peirce students explore dance through different cultural lenses, metaphorically traveling the world one dance step at a time! Through these inquiries, students take a brief look at culture, communication and expression as it manifests through movement. Of the many countries and dance forms we investigated, Bollywood truly spoke to our collective energy this year, lifting our spirits and moving our feet. The term "Bollywood" refers to Mumbai's film industry (the world's largest film industry in terms of films produced and released each year). The dances found within Bollywood films combine both classical and contemporary forms of dance, to include Indian folk dance, salsa and hip hop, to name a few. Enjoy a brief taste of the steps we both learned and loved within our 7th grade dance adventures!

Illinois Center for Kathak

Illinois Center for Kathak is a dance school teaching the traditional style of Kathak, a North Indian dance form. Kathak is referred to as the dance of story teller - with expression, graceful movement, blazing spins and fancy footwork, kathak brings stories to life. At ICKathak they help people dance their stories using traditional rhythmic vocabulary.

Joel Hall Dancers 

Founded to showcase and celebrate the artistry of Black and LGBTQIA+ performers, Joel Hall Dancers & Center stands as the embodiment of Joel’s life-long passion for creating, performing and teaching dance artistry and technique. Urban Jazz, Joel Hall's signature style, utilizes movement from classic jazz, lindy, street styles, modern, ballet, and contemporary dance. Choreographies are based upon the human experience, street life and authentic expression of the spirit. First Company dancer Melissa Metro will be leading a demonstration and dance party focusing on Jazz as a social dance and how it still is influencing popular dance today.

Nordic Folk Dancers

The Nordic Folk Dancers of Chicago are a Scandinavian Folk Dance group that performs throughout the Chicagoland area. They do a wide variety of programs for an even more diverse audience – from preschools and senior centers, to major museums and businesses, to small private parties and large ethnic festivals. They take pride in who they are, what they do and what they make possible. They link and connect people to the rich culture and heritage of the Scandinavian countries through dance, music and costumes. They simply love to dance and to share their dances with others – always including audience participation dances. Why just watch when you can get up and dance, they'll show you how.

The Met Down with Melissa Metro

The Met Down is a collective born out of the pandemic that started as a group of friends who just liked dancing together. Many of them share a common training in Joel Hall's jazz and hip hop. They are multi-ethnic, multi-talented and just a fun time to be around. They will be performing a hip hop piece that starts with the Godfather of Soul, James Brown, celebrates the Queen of Hip Hop, Missy Elliot, and pays tribute to the Godfather of House, Frankie Knuckles.


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Patios Season



Enjoy Patio Season at these Andersonville locations:

Parson’s Chicken and Fish I 5721 N Clark

M henry Cafe | 5707 N Clark

Diamante Azul Restaurant | 5663 N Clark

Oda Mediterranean | 5657 N Clark

Uvae Wine Bar and Restaurant | 5553 N Clark 

JB Deli | 5501 N Clark

It’s Greek 2 U Grill | 5449 N Clark

Colectivo Andersonville | 5425 N Clark

Fiya | 5419 N Clark

Cesca’s Margaritas Bar and Grill | 5403 N Clark

A Taste of Heaven Cafe and Bakery | 5401 N Clark

Vincent Restaurant | 1475 W Balmoral

Big Jones | 5347 N Clark 

Kopi Cafe | 5317 N Clark

Reza’s Restaurant & Catering | 5255 N Clark

Andies Restaurant | 5253 N Clark

Bar Roma | 5101 N Clark 

Meeting House Tavern | 5025 N Clark

The Sofo Tap | 4923 N Clark

Pick Me Up Cafe | 4882 N Clark 

The Bongo Room Andersonville | 5022 N Clark

Dollop Diner | 5060 N Clark



Hopleaf | 5148 N Clark

Simon’s Tavern | 5210 N Clark

Ándale Market | 5232 N Clark

Svea Restaurant | 5236 N Clark

Lady Gregory’s | 5260 N Clark

Ranalli’s of Andersonville | 1512 W Berwyn

Starbucks | 5300 N Clark

Anteprima | 5316 N Clark

Lost Larson | 5318 N Clark 

Replay Andersonville | 5358 N Clark

Elixir Andersonville | 1509 W Balmoral

Marty’s Martini Bar | 1511 W Balmoral

First Slice Pie Cafe | 5357 N Ashland

Pauline’s | 1752-54 W Balmoral

Land & Lake | 5420 N Clark

Little Bad Wolf | 1541 W Bryn Mawr

Bettie Lou’s Kitchen | 5633 N Ashland

Fireside Chicago | 5739 N Ravenswood

Nobody’s Darling I 1744 W Balmoral 

Paulines I 1752 W Balmoral 

Boco Loca I 1477 W Winnemac 

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Andersonville Summer Camps 2022

Summer Camps 2022


Raven Theatre | 6157 N Clark

Take Flight Summer camp 2022; two theatre art sessions for ages 6-14

Two training sessions in theatre arts, great for beginners to learn the basics or more advanced actors looking to hone their skills.

These are two-week course camp sessions Monday - Friday, 9AM-3PM,

With ability to extend till 4PM for pick up. Groups will be divided by age.

To Register and use the  $75 dollar “Early bird discount” through May 9 using code 

For more information email or call 773.338.2177


Chicago Filmmakers | 1326 W Hollywood 

In person youth filmmaking camps, 2 sessions available starting in June or July 

Monday - Friday; 9AM-3PM

Hands on, all encompassing camp to give budding filmmakers a crash course in all things film. 

From scouting locations, set design and editing, all you need to create your best summer movie

Information listed on their website or call 773.293.1447


Chicago Waldorf School Summer Camp | 5200 N Ashland 

Early childhood - 5th-grade campers have the opportunity to explore play-based summer activities in their sun moon park. Crafts, free play, discovery inspired by Waldorf curriculum 

Register here: for more information email 


Gus Dance Camps  | 5230 N Clark

3 camp sessions are available for ages 2-15, 10AM-3PM

High/intermediate - Intermediate/beginner - beginner groups 

Variety of dance styles to be taught, with dance showcases at the end of each week

Early-Bird discount available:  Enroll through website 

Call 773.275.5230 for more information 


Hardware Crossfit | 1834 W Balmoral 

Classes Available, summer camp TBD; EMAILED 3/4

Tot Fit (3 & under with parent) Sunday’s 8:30-9AM

Kids Fit (3-7-year-olds) Sunday’s 9:15-10AM

Youth Fit (8-12-year-old) Sunday’s 10-10:45AM


StudioUs | 4806 N Clark 

Get creative this summer with many summer workshops!

Weekly Summer classes from 10 AM-3PM 

$300 per week 

Day off Workshops during April’s Spring Break!

Sign up online for both Summer & Day Off workshops at StudioUs


American Eagle Productions | Andersonville/Edgewater locations 

June 13-August 26

Variety of summer camp, weekly session to choose from, ages 4-7-year-old & 7-13 Year old

From Musicals, drama to Broadway basics, there are so many options to choose from!

Find the best camp for your littles on their website 

Camps at Andersonville/Edgewater schools can be found here


Wildcamp Summer camp: Hosted by Northside Catholic Academy I 6216 N Glenwood

Variety of recreation, athletic and fine art activities for those 3 years of age by June 1-8th grade.

Wildcat Camp is for NCA students, children of parishioners, family, and friends.

Find more information on their website


School of Rock Andersonville I 5600 N Ridge

Many camps to choose from! Music writing, Rock N roll, The Blues

Camps run from June until August 

Online Code is available online for % off when booking!

Full list of camps available on their website

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Chicago Reader Awards


Best Established Theater Company – The Neo-Futurists (runner up)

Best New Poetry Collection by a Chicagoan - There Are Trans People Here by H. Melt (runner up)

Best Off-Loop Theater Company – The Neo-Futurists (winner), Raven Theatre (runner up)

Best Original Digital Content – Theater – The Infinite Wrench Goes Viral, Neo-Futurists (winner)


Best Alderperson – Andre Vaquez, 40th Ward (runner up)

Best Chiropractor – Chiro One Wellness Center Andersonville (runner up)

Best Dentist – Northside Dental (winner)

Best Northside Neighborhood – Andersonville (winner)


Best Gym – Cheetah Gym (runner up)


Best Comics Shop – AlleyCat Comics (winner)

Best Dancewear Shop – Chicago Dance Supply (winner)

Best Garden Store – Gethsemane Garden Center (winner)

Best Hair Salon – Sine Qua Non (winner)

Best Independent Bookstore – Women and Children First (winner)

Best Landscape Company – City Grange (winner)

Best Local Clothing Designer – Sophia Reyes (winner) - Sold at Milk Handmade

Best Pet Store – Urban Pooch (winner), Jameson Loves Danger (runner up)

Best Picture Framing Store – Foursided (winner)

Best Place To Buy Local Wares – Andersonville Galleria (winner), Foursided (runner up)

Best Place To Buy Men’s Clothing – Cowboys and Astronauts (winner)

Best Place to Buy Women’s Clothing – Milk Handmade (runner up)

Best Retail Shop – Brown Elephant (winner)

Best Sexy Toy Shop – Early To Bed (winner)

Best Shoe Store – Alamo Shoes (winner)

Best T-Shirt Shop – Strange Cargo (winner), Raygun (runner up)


Best Established Bar – Hopleaf (winner)

Best Lesbian Bar – Nobody’s Darling (winner)

Best New Bar – Nobody’s Darling (winner)

Best Venue for Magic Shows – Chicago Magic Lounge (winner)


Best Adult-Use Dispensary – Dispensary 33 (winner)

Best Local CBD Source – CBD Kratom (runner up)

Best Medical Cannabis Dispensary – Dispensary 33 (winner)


Best Bakery – Lost Larson (winner)

Best Bang for Your Buck – Taste of Lebanon (runner up)

Best Beer Garden – Hopleaf (winner)

Best Bread – Lost Larson (runner up)

Best Cheesemonger – Stamper Cheese (runner up) - Farmers market vendor

Best Cooking Classes – The Wooden Spoon (runner up)

Best Falafel – Taste of Lebanon (runner up)

Best Home Garden Supply – Gethsemane Garden Center (winner)

Best Liquor Store – Andersonville Wine & Spirits (runner up)

Best Local Distillery – Koval (winner)

Best Local Farmer – Nichols Farm & Orchard (runner up) Farmers Market vendor

Best Local Spirit – Koval (winner)

Best Middle Eastern Restaurant – Middle East Bakery & Grocery (runner up)

Best Socially Distanced Dining – Parson’s Chicken & Fish (winner)

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