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December Openings and Closings

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Despite the holiday rush, December saw no abatement in restaurant openings. Nice weather, tourism, and delayed fall debuts were the incentives. Most new restaurants fill a niche: The Wine Dive, Havana's, Le Macaron, or Brooklyn Water Bagel, for example.

January and February will feature more anticipated openings, with projections for Tropical Acres reopening, B&G Oysters, and the Rebel House in Boca Raton. After the jump, this year's restaurant news. As usual, fill us in on what we've missed in the comments.  

Openings
Union. Delray Beach. December 30
The Spaniard. Boca Raton. December 29
Frank and Dino's. Deerfield Beach. December 21
The Wine Dive. West Palm. December 21
Le Macaron. Fort Lauderdale. December 15
Breathe Restaurant and Ultra Lounge. Delray Beach. December 13
Brooklyn Water Bagel. Hollywood. December 5
Havana's Cuban Cuisine. Sunrise. December 1

On Deck
Josef's Table. Boca Raton
Daisy's Coffee Shop. Lauderdale-by-the-Sea
Assaggio del Forno. Boca Raton
Park Tavern. Delray Beach
Rocco's Tacos. Palm Beach Gardens
The Rebel House. Boca Raton
Mancini's. Fort Lauderdale
Philippe by Philippe Chow. Fort Lauderdale
Tropical Acres. Fort Lauderdale
B&G Oyster Bar. Fort Lauderdale
S3. Fort Lauderdale
Energy Kitchen. Fort Lauderdale


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