Restaurant Roll Call for January

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Unlike Miami -- which saw a record number of big-name restaurant openings, like Jean Georges Vongerichten's J & G Grill; Bar Tanaka, Blue Collar, and the Federal -- around here postholiday has been relatively quiet. Michelle Bernstein's departure from the Omphoy is the biggest news, followed by the new digs for chef Josef Shibanetz at Josef's Table in Boca and a sibling to Coconuts in the form of G&B Oyster Bar.

Splashier news in January has been chef changes at PL8, Kapow!, and SpoonFed, specifically. After the jump, this month's openings, closings, and on deck, such as Due South Brewing Co., slated to open next month.

Josef's Table. Boca Raton
Newsworthy Cafe. Fort Lauderdale
G & B Oyster Bar. Fort Lauderdale
Frank and Dino's. Deerfield Beach

Gamaroff's Bar and Grill. Hallandale Beach

Hello, Sushi. Hollywood
Greek Corner Tavern. Boca Raton
Union: An Asian Gastrolounge. Delray Beach

Michelle Bernstein's at the Omphoy. West Palm Beach
Surf Road Taco. Hallandale Beach

On Deck:
Due South Brewery. Boynton Beach. Early February
Rebel House. Boca Raton. February
Park Tavern. Delray Beach. February 3
Tropical Acres. Fort Lauderdale. Mid-February

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