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Out of the Woodwork

71898450.jpgYou know how these things go. After reporting about Phuc Yea!, we were informed that it is not Miami's first official pop up resto and that Txoko (pronounced [cho-ko], "named after Basque txokos, or dining societies) . . . a weekly underground dining society with a four-course prix-fixe tasting menu by a revolving roster of guest chefs for $35 per person," says a publicist was here--or somewhere--first. Chicken, egg, egg, chicken, first, second, pop up, underground. If you want to get into specifics, we think Cobaya was actually here first. [EaterWire]

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