Tops of the Town

Our readers’ picks of the area’s best

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We have always known that our readers are the “Tops of the Town” in their own way, now they have a chance to tell us their picks of the Tops of the Town in other ways. Our October 2009 issue included a detachable, postage-paid, self-addressed ballot that readers were invited to use to give their picks in 65 different categories. A similar ballot was also posted on our Web site. Response was good with more than 200 returns. To be considered worthy of the Tops of the Town designation an entry must have received a cluster of votes. Those entries that received only a few votes were eliminated. Here are the winners. Check out the list. Begin at the top.

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