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Opened and Closed Restaurant Roundup

December is here which means it's time for shopping, Christmas tunes, tamales and another Opened and Closed Restaurant Roundup! Here it is, your quick look at what's new and who's no longer with us.

RESTAURANTS OPENING IN NOVEMBER
Garage Bar and Grill, North Phoenix
Viet Kitchen, Downtown
Mekong Palace, Mesa
Vitamin T, Downtown
Pita Jungle, Downtown
Sunshine Moon Peking Pub, Scottsdale
True Foods, North Scottsdale
Tryst Cafe, Scottsdale Quarter

Get the bad news after the jump.
  

Restaurants that Closed in November
Drift Lounge, Scottsdale
Chestnut Lane Cafe, Phoenix
Babaloo's Cuban Cafe, Ahwatukee

If you know of a restaurant that has closed or one that we missed that has opened, let us know by leaving us a message in the comments section.

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