The best restaurants in Detroit, according to Yelp

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Everyone's entitled to their own opinions about Yelp, the online forum for crowd-sourced reviews, but whatever your stance, it's always interesting to hop on and see which restaurants have risen to Yelp stardom in your hometown. We perused the social sharing site today to track down Detroit's top rated Yelp restaurants— and here are the results.

How well do you think the metro Detroit dining scene is represented in this list?



1. Green Dot Stables - 4.5 stars, 714 reviews

PHOTO BY STEPH SIMONS, INSTAGRAM
  • Photo by Steph Simons, Instagram

2. Selden Standard - 4.5 stars, 91 reviews




PHOTO BY SELDEN STANDARD, FACEBOOK
  • Photo by Selden Standard, Facebook

3. Wright & Co. - 4.5 stars, 131 reviews

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  • Photo by Wright & Co., Facebook

4. Bucharest Grill - 4.5 stars, 487 reviews
PHOTO BY BUCHAREST GRILL, FACEBOOK
  • Photo by Bucharest Grill, Facebook

5. Pupusería y Restaurante Salvadoreño - 4.5 stars, 109 reviews

PHOTO BY MARIA B., YELP
  • Photo by Maria B., Yelp
6. Supino Pizzeria - 4.5 stars, 389 reivews
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  • Photo by valentine65, Instagram

7. Dangerously Delicious Pies - 4.5 stars, 98 reviews

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  • Photo by Dangerously Delicious Pies, Facebook
8. Mudgie’s - 4.5 stars, 322 reviews
PHOTO BY MUDGIE'S, FACEBOOK
  • Photo by Mudgie's, Facebook

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