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"Mrs. Angelo"holds court at Angelo's, Ann Arbor's favorite breakfast nook. DEAN RANDAZZO/Weekend

Best Shoe Store
Somebody voted for "Not the one
where Larry goes." You know what
this means. If you're out shopping,
and Larry walks into the store, for
God's sake, get out!
Best Drugstore
If "Guido, the killer pimp," is not to
be found, one voter recommended
"East Quad." His handwriting looked
suspiciously close to Allen Gin-
sburg's.
Best Grocery Store
One voter responded "None - go to
Minnesota, Byrds and Lunds." We
hear the produce is terrific, but we
don't want to create a rush...
Best Bank
A pair of voters opted for the classic
"under the pillow" gag. They forgot
that they also were giving us their
name, address, and phone number, so
that we can call and find out if they're
home.
Best Gifts
Two votes came in for "222 S.
State." We don't know who's giving
what to whom, and we don't want to
know.
Best Bookstore
One voter pointed out that books at
the Grad are free.

ONCE *
POSSESSED *
Best Barber/Hairdresser " ANTIQUES " 4.
This category sparked'' COLLECTIBLES " GIFTS
anachronistic dissent from a voter CE
who chose, "None, don't cut your VINTAGE FASHION
. AND JEWELRY
Best Travel Agent
Local politician Paul Jensen 761-8460
received a vote in this category. We
didn't know that Paul was going *BUY " CONSIGNMENT " SELL
anywhere, but we wish him a hearty
"bon voyage" all the same. 215 S. State 4
Best Happy Hour 3rd Floor*
One voter selected "Midnight." ANN ARBOR, MI 48104
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BEST FOOD

BEST BURGER
Krazy Jim's Buimpy Burgers
It's a quad with everything, as
Blimpy's was the clear winner in this
category for the 4th straight year.
This store's commitment to making
what is traditionally considered junk
food both palatable and nutritious has
won them a place in the hearts of
burger-biters and fried-food fans.
BEST PIZZA
Pizzeria Uno's
Nearly all of our voters had
something to say in this category,
traditionally one of the most con-
troversial on the ballot. Pizzeria
Uno's was number one, outdistancing
Cottage Inn and Domino's, with a new
delivery service, and their famous
Chicago-style deep-dish pizza,
smothered in fresh toppings ranging
from pepperoni to seafood.

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BEST ICE CREAM
Steve's Ice Cream
One person scrawled, "hate it," -
but the vast majority of voters like it,
and like it best at Steve's - the place
where they do all sorts of bizarre
things to the confection, like pounding
it, mooshing it, and best of all, mixing
other stuff into it.
BEST SUBS
The Subway
Although this store has only been
open for a year, the Subway has ear-
ned more than just an underground
following. The Subway staved off a
last minute surge from General
Dynamics (wise guy, eh?) and took
the title as this year's best place for
subs, grinders, heroes... you know,
slabs of meat and cheese and ham.

BEST ITALIAN FOOD
Cottage Inn
Cottage Inn bolsters its pizza of-
ferings with a slew of pasta entrees
that are enough to get our voters to
venture into the catacombs of the
downtown outlet. If you can get by the
Sicilian deep-dish, the best food from
the boot-shaped country awaits.
BEST SEAFOOD
The Real Seafood Co.
Some people voted for their favorite
entrees like lobster or shrimp, but the
overwhelming majority of voters tab-
bed the Real Seafood Co. as the place
to get them. Next time you're in the
mood for something that once was
aquatic, this is the place.
BEST DELI
Zingerman's
A pair of voters are staunch suppor-
ters of someplace called "Zimmer-
man's," leading us to wonder whether
Bob Dylan has been moonlighting
between charity concerts. Virtually
everybody else voted for Zinger-
man's, home of favorites like number
18, number 27, and number 6.
BEST BREAKFAST
Angelo's
Some of you may be wondering
about this category. Breakfast (brek'
fest) is the meal that some people ac-
tually eat between when they wake
up, and when they go to class. This is
supposed to take place in the morning,
(mor fing) - that part of the day which
occurs before noon. According to our
voters, the best place to do this is
Angelo's (An' juh' los). We're taking
their word for it.
BEST LATE-NIGHT EATS
The PanTree
It's 3 a.m. You're hungry. Really
hungry. So bloody hungry you con-

sider slaughtering your roommate,
and devouring his remains. You
stumble into the dark city streets,
fumbling for the change which will
tide you through the night. You are
greeted by silence...dark windows.
You are ready to consume your
digits...but wait, a light! The PanTree
is open! FOOD!
BEST BAGELS
Bagel Factory
Although New York City drew a
sizeable number of votes, the Bagel
Factory won the hole com-
petition. In fact, it had enough votes to
win in another half dozen categories.
What it lox in ambiance, it more than
makes up for in innovation. Be an ad-
venturous sampler, and test out the
chocolate or peanut butter bagels.

BEST COOKIES
Mrs. Peabody's
Kindly old Mrs. Peabody's heart-
shaped tidbits leave not one aorta of a
doubt as to whose cookies are the best.
She battered the competition. Mrs.
Peabody could not be reached for
comment.
BEST POPCORN
Tice's
If there is a kernel of truth to this
year's results, Tice's has the butter
popcorn. Tice's popped it's way to
victory over a field which included
one entry titled "my girlfriend's,"
three Orville Redenbacher backers,
and many fans of Otto's Crispy Corn.
Still, the snappy "white wonder" bags
full of yellow magic lifted Tice's to
victory.

Derween tmat ana 7 a.m.
Best Place to Meet People
One voter thinks "bed" is the place.
Come to think of it, isn't that where
Frank Sinatra first met Sammy Davis
Jr.?
Best Excuse for a late Paper
"I was fighting with contras in Hon-
duras" is funny now..-
Best Birth Control Method
One female respondent, who offered
"pregnancy test positive" as her best
escuse for a late paper, suggested
"shoot boyfriend" in this category.
Putting two and two together, we wish
to remind her that it takes two to
tango, and we hope her boyfriend isn't
the guy who wrote "saran wrap."
Best Thing to Bitch About
Various pieces of the Daily got votes
in this category. Thanks, gang. We
think highly of you, too.

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woman (5'4" and under).

Barbara, Kellie and Catherine are
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Blimpy Burgers bring out the beast in some people.

4 Weekend-April 18, 1986

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