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Best service

MILE ONE EATING HOUSE

Your gourmet macaroni and cheese at Mile One is going to be served with a smile. And, if you order a glass of wine with it the wine is guaranteed to arrive fresh as the restaurant recently installed a Fresh TAPs system.

"We've got great staff working for us," says Jones. "They made the business theirs in certain ways. They've taken responsibility for things and it really just comes through in their genuine approach."

The Pony polled second and The Black Squirrel was third for service honours.

Best server

CRAIG BLANEY AT MILE ONE

It comes as no surprise that Pemberton's favourite server works at the restaurant with the best overall service. Congratulations to Craig, who Jones says relates to everyone.

"Our kitchen team will have food prepared, food ready for guests and we gotta track down Craig because Craig is so engaged with his guests out on the floor," says Jones.

Customers love engaging with him and Jones is pleased with his interactive style.

Shannon at the Pony polled second and Shannon's co-worker Phillip followed her.

Best bartender

SHAKEY AT THE PONY

This was a pretty decisive victory for Shakey with Cori Galanowski at The Wood picking up half as many votes as Shakey. Kendall Benbow at the Black Squirrel polled third.

Best chef

RANDY JONES AT MILE ONE

Jones describes himself as an introvert who prefers to hide out in the kitchen. He loves talking about food and occassionaly comes out of his kitchen to chat with customers but not very often. Neil Harrison and Alex Stoll from The Pony polled close behind in second place and Trevor Turner at The Wood polled third.

Best patio

THE PONY

This patio is right in the middle of all that Pemberton has to offer. The Pony took the most votes in this race again this year by a wide margin.

The patio is a great place to bring a book. Readers will have trouble sticking with the plot because the people watching is usually much more interesting.

Mile One placed second. The Black Squirrel and Fescues at Big Sky tied for third place.

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