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A Dozen Places to Dine in 2010

January 3, 2010
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It’s a new year and what better way to start the year than a list of “resolutions.”  Here’s a list of places I’d like to try this year.  Some are brand new, others have been around for a while but I’ve just never been.  This list is definitely subject to change…

1 ) Latin Burger & Taco Truck – Went on Saturday; great burger and even better pulled pork taco.  I’ll be back.

2 ) D. Rodriguez Cuba – Went on Friday night; not great.  It’s hard enough to get me to eat on South Beach.  Lukewarm, uninspired, mediocre Cuban food is not the way to get me back.

3 ) Cafe Sharaku – Recommended by Chef Cory at NAOE many months back and I still haven’t been.

4 ) Marumi Sushi – Same as Cafe Sharaku, above.

5 ) Gabose – After reading this post a while back, I see that I really need to get up to Lauderhill.

6 ) Palme D’Or – It swept Zagat’s this year for food, decor, service.

7 ) Adriana – Recommended by friends, haven’t been yet.

8 ) Talula – Never been and only heard good things about the restaurant and the chefs/owners.

9 and 10 ) Q and Fin – Pretty soon Eismann will have a restaurant for each day of the year but until that happens I’ll try to keep up.

11 ) The Morgans Restaurant – Only doing breakfast/lunch now but expected to do dinner sometime in February or soon thereafter.

12 ) Norman’s 180 – Not open yet but I’ll be there when it does.

So, what places are you most looking forward to checking out this year?

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. Ryan permalink*
    January 4, 2010 7:38 am

    13) Cape Cod Room – Big fan of Fratelli Lyon so definitely need to check this new Ken Lyon restaurant out.

  2. January 4, 2010 11:32 am

    Anticipating Norman’s 180 and Q.

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