(someone's) go-to

Your "go-to" is the person or thing that you usually choose. For example, your "go-to lunch spot" is the restaurant that you usually go to for lunch. You can use "go-to" like this:

That's my go-to news site.

Or you can use "go-to" by itself:

When I'm in the mood to read a good novel, Haruki Murakami is my go-to.

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