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Friends Of Eater Reveal The Best Dining Neighborhoods Of 2013

As is the tradition at Eater, our closeout of the year is a survey of friends, industry types and bloggers. This year we asked the group eight questions, from Meal of the Year to Top Newcomers. Responses are related in no particular order; no responses were coaxed or changed. Readers, please do add your survey answers in the comments, or send us an email.

Q: What was Louisville's best dining neighborhood of 2013?

Allen Button, retired restaurateur/active attorney: Eclectic Nulu. The food can be mixed, but the area is interesting. If people actually lived there, it would be exciting.

Damaris Phillips, Food Network Star: I am a fan of crossing the river to enjoy the fare in New Albany. I love that you can have a delicious meal in a beautiful setting, and still walk around the corner to a dive bar and get 6 cocktails for $11.50.

Zach Everson, Travel news/travel buzz editor at MapQuest: NuLu— but the Highlands made big strides to regain the top spot.

Kevin Harned, Chief Meteorologist WAVE-3 and co-host, Secrets of Louisville Chefs Live: Frankfort Avenue.

Lindsey McClave, "Foodie Girl": Nulu.

Bim Deitrich, local restaurant legend/national restaurant consultant: Downtown.

Dan Dry, Senior VP/Chief Visual Officer, Power Creative: NuLu.

Ruth Coleman, lawyer/world traveler/woman-about-town: NuLu.

Steve Hacker, Eater Editor: NuLu.

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