Question: What was your restaurant standby this year?
Steve Wilke, Editor Hour Detroit: Tough call. Didn't go to very many more than a handful of times (too many places; so little time). Bigalora was in the rotation, so was El Barzon, Bacco, St. Cece's ... and Town Tavern is always consistently good...
Courtney Ochab, Editor Detroit Beer Press: We work out of Ponyride in Corktown, so I was a frequent eater at Bucharest, Rubbed, and Mudgies. Supino's large Smokey is always a companion when we head to Atwater Brewery for a brown ale.
Victoria Trudeau, Former Editor Eater Detroit: La Feria was still one of my all-purpose, go-to's in 2014. It's consistently delicious, and their sangria is good all year round. Wright & Co. has become my neighborhood staple for casual celebratory meals, and even a quick drink and an appetizer during the week, since it's within walking distance.
Brenna Houck, Editor Eater Detroit: Brooklyn Street Local. I'm a big fan of breakfast and their vegetarian poutine. Al Shallal in Dearborn Heights for tasty, inexpensive Middle Eastern food. One Eyed Betty's for the beer list.
Detroit Foodie: Dangerously Delicious Pies, City Wings, Bucharest Grill, Supino’s, Pupuseria y Restaurante Salvadoreno
Chow Down Detroit: Green Dot Stables, Eddie’s Gourmet, Townhouse Bistro, Imperial.
Hannah Lowe, Freelance Journalist: Bigalora, Jolly Pumpkin, Café Zola
Josh Smith, Reader: Imperial, Motor City Brewing Works, Green Dot Stables
Kat Rembacki, Editor Core Detroit: 7 Greens for lunch. I'm there two or three times a week. Can't go wrong with a Dan Dan and tofu. Fountain Bistro for Happy Hour—those duck wings...mmmmmmm. One Eyed Betty's in Ferndale. I never tire of their craft beer selection. Also, pork belly poutine.
Correction: Chow Down Detroit's previous answer has been updated due to an editorial error.