2015 Best of Richmond 

The voters have spoken. Here are the city's favorite people, places and things. Plus, a few picks of our own.

click to enlarge Three 2015 Best of Richmond winners: NBC-12 meteorologist Andrew Freiden, Sugar Shack Doughnuts and Lamplighter Coffee.

Scott Elmquist and Ed Harrington

Three 2015 Best of Richmond winners: NBC-12 meteorologist Andrew Freiden, Sugar Shack Doughnuts and Lamplighter Coffee.

Survey Methodology: The 2015 Style Weekly Readers’ Poll was open to anyone with access to the Internet, and promoted through Style and various outlets. Entries were restricted to voters who registered online, meaning that participants could vote in categories only once per confirmed account. Thousands of ballots were cast anonymously between Feb. 1 and March 14. Style advertising staff had no access to survey results until they were tabulated and finalized by editorial staff. Profiles of the winners were written entirely by editorial staff and not seen by advertising staff until publication.

 

Best of Richmond Categories

Goods and Services

Food & Drink

Arts & Culture

Nightlife

People and Places

Want to come party with the best? Style Weekly's Best of Richmond 5th Anniversary Party is Tuesday, June 9 at Hardywood Park Craft Brewery. Featuring live local music and food tastings.

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