For sweet: French toast with Nutella and seared banana slices.To slake your salt needs, the fluffy Gorgonzola frittata with a side of crispy potatoes.

The caramelized onions add a sweetness that doesn’t cloy.

Yes, that’s American cheese on top, too —and a squishy bun to keep it all in place. 111, 210-369-9664, Readers: Big’z Burger Joint, Bakery Bakery Lorraine Creatively flavored French macarons—grapefruit/ginger, Earl Grey, mojito and Arnold Palmer to name a few—blow everyone’s mind. The friendly folks, fabulous coffee and comfortable seating (plus fresh water for porched pooches) contribute to making this a neighborhood gem. Grayson St., 210-862-5582, Editors and Readers Chinese Sichuan Cuisine The huge menu matches the cavernous shopping center space.

Yet it’s the enormous range of flavors that make Sichuan so popular. Military Hwy., 210-525-8118, Readers: Phoenix Chinese Cafe Chips and Salsa Palenque Grill Forget trying to limit yourself.

16505 Blanco Road, 210-408-9297, Readers: The Friendly Spot, Barbecue Smokehouse Nothing is fancy, chic or hip and everything is smoky at this East Side landmark where huge slabs of dry-rubbed goodness are sliced as you watch.

Don’t miss the lamb ribs—a treat in a town mostly devoid of such treasures—or the house-made sausage.

3306 Roland Ave., 210-333-9548, Readers: Rudy’s Original Country Store and Bar-B-Q, Breakfast Tacos La Gardenia This Government Hill neighborhood joint is jumping as freshly patted flour tortillas and hot-off-the-press corn tortillas enrapture artisans, executives and generations of families.

When you can get 3-for-.99 breakfast tacos this good, it’s no wonder it’s packed every morning. Pine St., 210-467-5025; 5600 Walzem Road, 210-271-7178 Readers: Taco Taco Café, Breakfast/Brunch Tribeca If the sweet or savory question vexes you when it comes to Sunday brunch, Tribeca saves the day.

The dust has settled, and 166 winners stand victorious.

Our editors and readers named our favorite places to eat, drink, shop and be pampered, plus a few of the people we adore in 101 different categories for the ninth annual Best of the City. Affordable Eats El Bucanero Bring the whole family and you still won’t break the bank dining on phenomenally fresh seafood and homey Sinaloa-style Mexican dishes.

The beachside approach to preparing seafood means it’s simply grilled, gently marinated as ceviche or aguachiles, or coolly raw.

And the (complimentary) tostadas and house-made salsas can’t be beat.