The 10 best restaurants in metro Detroit, according to OpenTable

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OpenTable recently announced its 2014 top 10 restaurants "Fit for Foodies," based on more than 5 million reviews from diners across the nation (if you travel frequently, definitely check this list out).

Nestled among the 5 million rants and raves of America's self-proclaimed foodies is a list of 10 metro Detroit restaurants that have received a "Diners' Choice Award for Best Overall Dining Experience." This list is compiled solely from user-submitted reviews, so do bear that in mind when looking this list over.



We want to know: How well do you think metro Detroit's dining scene is represented in this list?

1. Torino - Ferndale | Modern European - $$$$



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  • Photo via Torino, Facebook

2. Pacific Rim - Ann Arbor | Pan-Asian - $$$

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  • Photo via Pacific Rim, Facebook

3. Mani Osteria - Ann Arbor | Italian - $$

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  • Photo via Mani Osteria, Facebook

4. Sagano Japanese Bistro & Steakhouse - Brighton | Japanese - $$


5. Steven Lelli's on the Green - Farmington Hills | Italian - $$$

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  • Photo via Instagram, thechestawalk
6. Logan - An American Restaurant - Ann Arbor | Contemporary American - $$$$

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  • Photo via Logan,Facebook
7. Table 5 - Northville | Contemporary American - $$

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  • Photo via Ling Z, Yelp.
8. The Mulefoot Gastropub - Imlay City | Contemporary American - $$

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  • Photo via The Mulefoot Gastropub, Facebook
9. Andiamo Warren - Warren | Italian - $$

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  • Photo via Andiamo Warren, Facebook
10. Joe Muer Seafood - Detroit | Seafood - $$$

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  • Photo via Joe Muer Seafood, Facebook

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