Best of Detroit 2012



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Choice for a celebrity dinner companion:

// Kid Rock.

Choice for a local political dinner companion:

// Detroit Mayor Dave Bing.

DJ (non-radio):

// DJ Captn20

Colorful character:

// David C. McKnight, Emerald City Designs.

Local sports star:

// Justin Verlander.

Top domestic auto executive:

// Alan Mulally, Ford Motor Co.

Independent store owner:

// Jill Haury, Art & Frame Station.

Local politician to recall:

// Robert Ficano.

Local loudmouth:

// Geoffrey Fieger.

Publicity hound:

// Geoffrey Fieger.

Maître d’:

// Jim Lark, The Lark, West Bloomfield Township.

Chef (tie):

// Aaron Cozadd, Union Woodshop, Clarkston.

// Andy Hollyday, Roast, downtown Detroit.


Sommelier:

// Joseph Allerton, Roast, downtown Detroit.

Bartender:

// Travis Fourmont, Roast, downtown Detroit.

Local Band:

// Magic Bus.

Personal trainer:

Male:

// Brad Goodstein.

Female:

// Jennifer Gray.

Political rising star:

// John Goci, Westland, Democrat.

Local comedian:

// Leslie Ann Thompson, Royal Oak.

Detroit ambassador:

// Kid Rock.

Detroit Tigers player:

// Justin Verlander.

Detroit Lions player:

// Matthew Stafford.

Detroit Pistons player:

// Tayshaun Prince.

Detroit Red Wings player:

// Nicklas Lidstrom.


 

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