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ZagatBuzz Lists Most-Anticipated 2010 LA Restaurant Openings

Jimmy Shaw's Loteria! Grill will expand once again, this time to Studio City, as The Original Farmers Market gets the addition of Little Spain (Photo by Foodwoolf via the LAist Featured Photos pool on Flickr)
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Merril Shindler of ZagatBuzz, the blog from the influential Zagat guide folks, has published his picks for the most-anticipated Los Angeles restaurant openings of this year.

Among the selections are Delphine, one of the eateries in the highly-anticipated W Hollywood hotel; Covell, a "locavore wine and suds bar" in Silver Lake; The Foundry's Eric Greenspan's Grilled Cheese; sweet treats and exotic flavors from the Rustic Canyon/Huckleberry Ice Cream Parlor; Loteria! Grill's Studio City location; a taste of Little Spain at the bustling Farmers Market; Kogi BBQ's brick-and-mortar; Rolling Stone's foray into dining at Hollywood & Highland (trainwreck alert?); and The Surly Goat, a "down-home brewpub with more than two dozen beers you've never heard of on draft."

Many of Shindler's picks are slated to open between late this month and early summer.