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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.