Question: What was the best dining neighborhood of 2014?
Steve Wilke, Editor Hour Detroit: Corktown certainly made strides, with Ottava Via, La Feria, and Two James (not technically dining, but their gin alone deserves a mention), joining Slows, Mercury, Mudgies, etc.
Courtney Ochab, Editor Detroit Beer Press: Every year I choose Corktown and with the new bars and restaurants that just came in, it's my choice again. Great beer, wine, cocktails, and food. How can one go wrong?
Victoria Trudeau, Former Editor Eater Detroit: Eastern Market. With staples like Supino's, Bert's, and Russell Street Deli staying strong, Detroit City Distillery bringing the booze, and now Antietam introducing fine dining made with local ingredients, in addition to everything you can find at the Market itself, you can't beat it. The area promises something delicious for any budget at any time of day, whether you want to just have a cocktail, eat in, carry out, or buy ingredients to make your own feast.
Brenna Houck, Editor Eater Detroit: Many of the core neighborhoods did really well this year, but I still think Corktown manages to cultivate the largest amount of new and exciting food and drink destinations within just a few blocks.
Detroit Foodie: Indian Village.
Chow Down Detroit: Corktown, Detroit.
Hannah Lowe, Freelance Journalist: Ann Arbor of course!
Josh Smith, Reader: Corktown.
Kat Rembacki, Editor Core Detroit: Southwest Detroit is stacked with hidden gems where you'll never have to wait for a table and you'll never pay more than a few bucks for a ridiculously tasty meal.