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Food Media Predict 2017 Restaurant/Food-Related Headlines

As is tradition at Eater, we close out the year by surveying local food writers and our own staff on various restaurant-related topics, and we'll be publishing their responses throughout the week. Readers, please feel free to share your thoughts below.

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Candice Woo, Eater: How Many Ramen Shops Can One City Handle? (Sub in poke, fried chicken, burgers or fast-casual)

Erin Jackson, Thrillist: Vegan fast food chains go mainstream.

Josh Kopelman, DiningOut: Gluten Free is a Russian plot hatched by Vladimir Putin.

Michele Parente, San Diego Union-Tribune: Drew Deckman opens his Bankers Hill restaurant and becomes the biggest thing from Baja not named Javier Plascencia.

Keri Bridgwater, Eater: Fast-casual might be king, but make way for matcha and more bowl-based meals.

Troy Johnson, San Diego Magazine: We Just Picked Two Words and Put an Ampersand in the Middle to Name Our Restaurant

Michelle Dederko, PACIFIC Magazine: Deadly Donut & Resuscitating Juice joint concept expands to every neighborhood, every corner.

Frank Sabatini, Jr., San Diego Community News Network: Owners, GMs and chefs of struggling restaurants discover that mingling with their customers is a sure bet for repeat business.

Michael Gardiner, San Diego CityBeat: New restaurant offering discount to those arriving by bicycle closes because of poor air quality surrounding customers.

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