It's time for the summer 2017 edition of the Detroit Eater 38. The 38 is Eater's answer to that age-old question, "Can you recommend a restaurant...?" This quarterly list seeks to identify city's key dining establishments (with a few representatives from the suburbs). Eligible restaurants have been overlooked in the past, have stepped up their game, and have been open for at least six months.
Longtime members Pupusería y Restaurante Salvadoreño, Cloverleaf, and Bacco Ristorante are leaving the map this month to make way for Buddy's Rendezvous, The Farmer's Hand, and Phoenicia. Former establishments featured on the Eater 38 are preserved for posterity in the forums. Here, now, are essential restaurants that represent the city's flavor, history, and style.
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