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November Restaurant Openings and Closings

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Though November restaurant openings were not as prolific as earlier this year, a couple of restaurants that made their debut inspired speculation and commentary from readers, in particular Tundra and Tap 42 in Fort Lauderdale and Kapow! Noodle House. Have you visited yet? Let us know your thoughts in the comments. After the jump, this month's openings and closings. 


Openings
D'Angelo Trattoria

. Delray Beach. (Nov 2)


Boca Burger Bar

. Boca Raton. (Nov 2)


Tundra.

Fort Lauderdale. (Nov 6)


Sonic

. Fort Lauderdale. (Nov 11)


Smashburger

. Coral Springs. (Nov 15)


Tap 42.

Fort Lauderdale. (Nov 15)


Grimaldi's.

West Palm. (Nov 23)


Kapow

. West Palm. (Nov 23)

Closings
Frankie's Pier 5. Hallandale Beach
Maracas. Fort Lauderdale

On Deck

B&G Oyster Bar. Fort Lauderdale. December
Tropical Acres. Fort Lauderdale. January
Josef's Table. Boca Raton. December/January
Energy Kitchen. Fort Lauderdale. April
S3. Fort Lauderdale. Mid-2012

What have we missed? Let us know in the comments. 


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