The 30-year Clintonville resident eats at Whitney House at least three times a week (she loves the trout with Tabasco butter sauce), but here's where else you might find her.

The 30-year Clintonville resident eats at Whitney House at least three times a week (she loves the trout with Tabasco butter sauce), but here's where else you might find her.

Whitney House manager Danielle Clark started at the restaurant when it opened in November 2014, after working as a supervisor for some of the city's best-known restaurant empires (including the Bravo Brio Restaurant Group). The 30-year Clintonville resident eats at Whitney House at least three times a week (she loves the trout with Tabasco butter sauce), but here's where else you might find her.

Dive Bar:Dick's Den. "It's a total dive bar. You'll always find fun bands. The music sounds terrible because the acoustics are horrible, but the drinks are cheap and the people are always so interesting. It's a people-watching mecca. I always get a shot of Jameson and a beer."

Upscale Bar:The Sycamore. "They constantly have something that I can't pronounce or I've never seen before. I love it when a place introduces me to something new, and when they're teaching you something about the crafting of drinks."

Special Occasion Restaurant:Mitchell's Ocean Club. "I love the Ocean Club for their fish selection. It's prepared beautifully. I order their tuna, and they have a scallop and risotto dish that is amazing. I've never had anything there that wasn't prepared well. You never have to send it back."

All-Time Favorite Meal:Moretti's. "Anytime I want to treat myself, I'll get the Veal Moretti. I was eating that when my husband proposed to me. It is a phenomenal dish-it's melt-in-your-mouth delicious. If I had to have a meal before I died, that would be it."