Best of the Heights 2020

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  • Tommy Fello, owner of Tommy's restaurant, Winner of Best Heights Vibe.

  • Anthony Zappola, owner of Lox, Stock & Brisket, holds the certificate for Winner in Best University Heights Business.

  • Lynn Quintrelll, owner of Appletree Books, winner of Best Beautiful Storefront.

  • As many bars and restaurants are closed, takeout and grocery procurement are the order of the day.

  • Zachary Nicol, assistant manager at Aladdin's in Cedar Fairmount, holds the certificate for Finalist in Best Take Out.

  • Employees of Fairmount Cleaners, winner of Best Eco-Conscious Business.

  • Dawn and Alex Quintana, owners of Quintana's Barber & Dream Spa and Quintana's Speakeasy, one of three winners of Best Community-Conscious Business.

  • Destiny Burns, owner of CLE Urban Winery, one of three winners in Best Community-Conscious Business.

  • Jonathan Forman, owner of Cedar Lee Theatre, winner of Best Place to Go in a Snow Storm.

  • Employees at Zhug, finalist for Best New Restaurant or Bar.

  • Jason Sweet, owner of Boss Dog Brewing Company, finalist in Best Outdoor Dining.

  • Jake Orosz (left) and employees at The Fairmount, winner of Best Outdoor Dining.

  • Employees at Yoga Roots, winner of Best Place to Keep Your New Year's Resolution.

  • Freeman Ngo, owner of Pacific East, finalist in Best Takeout.

  • Scott Robertson (center) and employees at Stems Fleur, finalist in three categories: Best Beautiful Storefront, Best Cleveland Heights Business and Best New Business.

  • Employees at the Stone Oven, finalist in Best Eco-Conscious Business.

  • New owner Julie Shelper and former owner Beverly Singh at Atma Center, finalist in Best Place to Keep Your New Year's Resolution.

  • Employees of Fairmount Cleaners

  • Tommy Fello, owner of Tommy's restaurant, and winner of Best Heights Vibe.

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