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Reflections of Your Favorite East End Landmarks

Reflections of Your Favorite East End Landmarks

The Greater East End Management District conducted a survey at their booth at this past Saturday’s East End Street Fest asking attendees two questions:

  • What’s your favorite East End landmark?
  • What mode of transportation did you use to get to the Street Fest?

They were kind enough to share their results and we wanted to pass them along to you.

What’s your favorite East End landmark?

  1. Navigation Esplanade – 10 votes
  2. Ninfa’s on Navigation – 9 votes
  3. Mason Park – 7 votes
  4. Champ Burger – 5 votes
  5. Coffee Plant on Harrisburg – 4 votes
  6. Harrisburg Underpass – 2 votes
  7. El Tiempo Cantina – 2 votes
  8. Sparkle’s Hamburger Spot (EaDo) – 1 vote
  9. Doña Maria – 1 vote
  10. Magnolia’s Ice Cream & More – 1 vote
  11. “Downtown at Night” – 1 vote
  12. Union Hall – 1 vote
  13. Eastwood Park – 1 vote
  14. Mural at Simon Men’s Wear – 1 vote

What mode of transportation did you use to get to the Street Fest?

  1. Car – 31
  2. Walk – 2
  3. Bus – 2
  4. Bicycle – 2

Editor’s Note: We saw plenty of bikes. Do bike commuters not like participating in surveys?

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