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Restaurant Roll Call for February: Openings, Closings, and On Deck

Restaurant debuts are in full swing with the season. In February, we saw the opening of Dennis Max's Assaggio del Forno and Fort Lauderdale's own outpost of Lime. We also welcomed Rocco's Tacos to Palm Beach Gardens, after a monthslong wait. While Mexican, Italian, and steak-house concepts serve the region's mainstay fare, the location for restaurant openings illuminate change. 

Deerfield, Boynton, and Boca are seeing a restaurant renaissance, while restaurants that shutter are predominantly in Fort Lauderdale (a ripe topic for an upcoming blog post). After the jump, this month's openings, closings, and on deck.

Grafitto in Wellington: February 8
NYY Steakhouse in Coconut Creek: February 9

Rocco's Tacos in Palm Beach Gardens: February 2
Lime Fresh Mexican in Fort Lauderdale: February 15
Assaggio del Forno in Boca Raton: February 20
Imoto in West Palm Beach: February 29

Rare in Fort Lauderdale
Mediterranean Market in Fort Lauderdale
Charcuterie Too in Fort Lauderdale
Carlos N Charlies in West Palm Beach

On Deck
Tropical Acres Steakhouse in Fort Lauderdale: March 6
Red The Steakhouse in Boca Raton: March
American Social in Fort Lauderdale: March
Due South Brewery in Boynton Beach opening March/April
Yard House in Boca Raton: opening summer 2012
Royal Pig Pub Fort Lauderdale: TBD
Philippe Chow in Fort Lauderdale: Fall 2012
Rebel House in Boca Raton: Spring 2012

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