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What a Year: A Look Back at the Restaurants that Opened, Closed and Made News

Written By Scott Joseph On January 2, 2018

Biggest Trends
Poke — The Hawaiian version of chirashi was one of the most prevalent foodstuffs Central Floridians were stuffing themselves with, with Lemonshark, Big Kahuna and Da Kine among the more popular.

Gourmet Tacos — Things folded into tortillas continue to thrill.
More microbreweries — Onsite brewing continues to grow with no sign of going flat.

Nonmarket Markets — You call them markets, I call them food courts.

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