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Pubbelly Teases Us With Asian Twist on Spaghetti & Meatballs

via @pubbelly
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Last week,

we introduced you to the new South Beach Asian-inspired gastropub, Pubbelly

, slated to open next month. While we are always wary of giving a place too much hype before we've actually eaten there, we couldn't help by notice

a tweet yesterday

from the restaurant that linked to the picture above.

"Who says spaghetti and meatballs are Italian? Sommen noodles, lemongrass, peanuts, mint."

What the...? We are hoping the actual food lives up to the pictures. Nobody likes a restaurant that fails to deliver. They also tease the Korean-style fried chicken and Brussels sprouts.

Pubbelly, we eagerly await your arrival. Don't disappoint us.

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