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Restaurant Experts Offer Headline Predictions for 2013

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Here at Eater, our closeout of the year is a survey of friends, industry types, bloggers, and readers. We've already covered Best Standbys, Top Newcomers, 2012 in One Word, Best Dining Neighborhood, Biggest Dining Surprises, 2012's Best Meals, and Restaurant Breakups. Now, finally, Headline Predictions for 2013. Readers, please add your thoughts to the comments.

Bantam & Biddy. [Photo: Alex Lassiter]

Q: Dining world headline predictions for 2013?

Jimmy Sobeck, Eat It Atlanta: Lamb. Fire. Japan. Synergy.

Foodie Buddha, Vegans of the world abandon the cause en masse when a scientific study reveals that most animals themselves are carnivores.

Sonia Chopra, Eater Atlanta editor: Restaurants divide seating into instagramming and non-instagramming sections; (certain) chefs shun vegetarians, start refusing to accommodate dietary restrictions

Liza Dunning, Scoutmob: Pop-up Restaurants replace Food Trucks as Atlanta's food obsession.

Nick Miller, co-founder, Supper Series: More veggie-centric dishes at a wide range of restos and generally more accommodation for dietary restrictions.

Jennifer Zyman, the Blissful Glutton: Chicken takes over Atlanta.

Christiane Lauterbach, Knife & Fork and Atlanta Magazine: Korea takes over the World

Alex Lassiter, co-founder, Supper Series: Yum Bunz opens (hopefully) - let the dim sum revolution begin!

Ashley Hesseltine, DailyCandy Atlanta editor and Witty + Pretty blogger: Ashley Hesseltine eats too much at media dinner and has to be removed from restaurant on a stretcher.

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