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Friends of Eater Offer Headline Predictions for 2014

As is the tradition at Eater, our closeout of the year is a survey of friends, industry types, and bloggers. We've already covered restaurant standbys, top newcomers, 2014 in one word, best dining neighborhood, biggest dining surprises, single best meals, and restaurant breakups. Now it's time for 2014 headline predictions. Readers, please leave your thoughts in the comments.EOY Small

Craft Work.
Craft Work.

Q: What are your headline predictions for 2014?

Steve Wilke, Editor Hour DetroitIf I knew what might replace Brussels sprouts as the hot "new" side dish, I'd start planting some and cash in. Seriously, though, it will be the continued growth of options, especially in the city.

Courtney Ochab, Editor Detroit Beer Press: In regards to new openings, I absolutely cannot wait for Batch Brewing. In regards to future reservations Gold Cash Gold, Seldon Standard, Craft Work—there's so many places, I may have to create more meals in each day.

Victoria Trudeau, Former Editor Eater Detroit:

That One Really Awesome Restaurant You've Been Following For Two Years Still Isn't Opening Yet

Detroit Restaurants With Bad Service Just Can't Cut It Anymore

Dave Kwiatkowski Is The New Dan Gilbert Of Detroit Restaurants (I admit, I stole that one from a friend)

Brenna Houck, Editor Eater DetroitDetroit Welcomes First Midwest Cat Cafe

Detroit Foodie: Detroit's dining scene being elevated to new heights.

Chow Down DetroitWest Village area of Detroit is the new hip spot.

Hannah Lowe, Freelance Journalist: Downtown farm-to-table restaurant destination will open and/or a new downtown wine bar.

Kat Rembacki, Editor Core Detroit:

Sister Pie opens West Village bakery, Detroiters #dancebreak in celebration

Top Chef Season 13 to film in Detroit

Stockyard announces brick and mortar restaurant plans

Josh Smith, Reader: Big year for Kate Williams' and Republic/Parks and Rec

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