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Closed Restaurants Roundup of Doom

Almost two quarters into 2010 and restaurants are dropping like so many flies at a swatter factory.

Did your favorite neighborhood joint close? Yes. So did some big-money startups, middling little guys, and corporate behemoths' touristic appendages.

Our records indicate the loss of 28 29 restaurants so far this year. But will anybody miss them?

Read on and let us know what you think.

  • Ariston Greek Restaurant
  • Au Pied de Cochon
  • Bangkok Sushi
  • Blade Sushi
  • Brasserie Brickell Key
  • Café Maurice
  • El Carajo International Tapas ad Wines (57th Ave Location)
  • El Nachito
  • Elements Tierra Restaurant
  • Heelsha Indian Cuisine
  • Ishq
  • La Fonda Paisa Restaurant
  • La Provence (Little Havana)
  • Le Bon
  • Le P'Tit Paris
  • Los Ranchos (Coconut Grove)
  • Montes de Oca (North Miami)
  • Myung Ga Tofu and BBQ
  • O Asian Grill
  • One Sumo
  • Original Soup Man Café
  • Outback Steakhouse (South Beach)
  • Pasha's (North Miami)
  • Paul Bakery Café (North Miami Beach)
  • Sun Inn (Biscayne)
  • Sun Inn (SW 25 Street)
  • Sylvano (Collins Ave)
  • Ver Daddy's Taco Shop
  • Vix
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