Consider this your go-to spot for regular updates on what’s opening when.
Be sure to scroll through to read more about each spot.
What’s opened so far this year
- Broaddus Burgers (new location)
- Corner Seafood & Wings (Youngsville)
- Poke Geaux
- Cochon Cannery
- Fiery Crab
- Andrilly’s Poboy Shop (Milton)
- Central Pizza
- Cafe Sydnie Mae (Breaux Bridge)
- Cajun Crate Market
- Sandra’s Creations
- El Pollo Loco
- New York Bagel Co.
- Cactus Mexican Grill
- Khan Mongolian Grill
- La Pizzeria (Carencro)
- Yoka Japanese Sushi Bar & Steak House (Breaux Bridge)
- Checkers (Breaux Bridge)
- Wing Fingers (brick and mortar)
- Avec Bacon Cafe
- Pizza Artisa (Broussard)
- Blanchard’s BBQ (brick and mortar)
- Sunny Rice & Noodle House
What’s opening later this year
- Sushi Masa
- Main Street Grub & Pub (Breaux Bridge)
- Fit Blendz (new location)
- Rock N Bowl de Lafayette
- Jak’s Donuts
- Tropical Smoothie Cafe (Carencro)
- Tokyo Hibachi and Sushi (Carencro)
- Smallcakes Cupcakes (Carencro)
- Pizza Hut (Carencro)
By the end of the year
- Cici’s Pizza (coming back to Lafayette)
- Jason’s Deli (new location)
- Marble Slab Creamery (Carencro)
- Burgersmith (Broussard)
- Great American Cookies (Carencro)
- Zeus Mediterranean Kitchen (new location)
- Agave Grill & Cantina (new location)
Bonus: What won’t open this year
- Dean-O’s Pizza (Carencro)
- World of Beer
- P.F. Chang’s
- T.J. Ribs
Here’s more information on each of the above-mentioned restaurants.
1. Sunny’s Rice & Noodles
This Asian restaurant opened in June in the former Acme Taco & Burger restaurant at 5621 Johnston St.
Sunny Rice & Noodles is offering urban Korean eats and familiar Chinese dishes too. The affordable menu includes options such as spicy pork ribs, Korean cold noodles, kimchi fried rice, Korean tacos and a Korean seafood pancake called haemul pajeon.
The restaurant is open from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and 5 to 10 p.m. Monday through Friday and from noon to 10 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
Learn more by visiting “Sunny’s Rice and Noodles” on Facebook.
2. Sushi Masa
This popular Baton Rouge sushi restaurant is opening a Lafayette location Friday, June 8, at 3920 Ambassador Caffery Parkway.
Sushi Masa is known for all-you-can-eat, made-to-order sushi and hibachi. Once seated at the full-service restaurant, a customer can order as many items from the menu as he or she wishes for a flat rate.
The lunch menu is $15.95. The dinner menu is $24.95 and includes an alcoholic beverage or soda and an expanded menu that includes sashimi (thinly sliced raw fish) in addition to sushi rolls and hibachi options offered on the lunch menu.
Learn more by visiting “Sushi Masa” on Facebook.
3. Cici’s Pizza
This chain pizza buffet is returning to Lafayette in the Hallmark store at 4510 Ambassador Caffery Parkway, according to Ben Powers of Developing Lafayette.
Hallmark will close June 26 to make way for Cici’s.
Cici’s Pizza had a location at 2622 Johnston St. where Panera Bread is now located. The pizza chain promised to return to Lafayette eventually, and the time has arrived.
There is no expected opening date set, but the restaurant could return by the end of the year.
Learn more by visiting cicis.com.
4. Blanchard’s BBQ
This local food truck officially opened a brick-and-mortar restaurant in May at 2023 W. Pinhook Road in the former Urbano’s Taqueria.
Blanchard’s BBQ is serving lunch from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.
The restaurant is known for brisket and pulled pork served on tacos, salads, fries or nachos. Blanchard’s also serves up a signature grilled pimento cheese and bacon jam sandwich and sides such as green chile mac and cheese, chips and salsa, handcut fries and chipotle coleslaw.
Eventually, the restaurant will add dinner service Thursday through Saturday.
Learn more by visiting Blanchard’s BBQ on Facebook.
5. Avec Bacon Cafe
This new bacon-inspired restaurant opened in May in the former Good to Geaux location at 4807 Johnston St.
Avec Bacon Cafe — the brainchild of former E’s Kitchen owner Paul Ayo — is a brunch and lunch spot for all things bacon.
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Ayo is serving up everything from bacon muffulettas to bourbon-bacon brownies in the new restaurant. Just about everything on the menu — from biscuits and sandwiches to salads and desserts — is made with house-cured bacon.
Avec Bacon Cafe is open from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily.
Learn more about the restaurant by visiting facebook.com/avecbacon.
6. Pizza Artista
This fast-fired pizza restaurant opened in May at 219 St. Nazaire Road suite G in Broussard.
Pizza Artista is a Lafayette-based, fast-casual restaurant that allows customers to design their own individual, thin-crust pizzas on a line or pick from a specialty pizza designed by the restaurant staff. The Broussard location is a franchise restaurant.
Pizzas start at $8.99 and include up to eight toppings.
Learn more by visiting Pizza Artista Broussard La on Facebook.
7. Wing Fingers
This food truck opened a brick-and-mortar restaurant in May at 1043 Johnston St. in the building that once housed Poet’s.
In addition to boneless and bone-in wings, the restaurant will offer breakfast options, craft beer, bar snacks and salads.
Wing Fingers is open from 7 to 2 a.m. Monday through Thursday, 7 to 3 a.m. Friday and Saturday and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday.
Learn more by visiting facebook.com/wingfingers.
8. Dean-O’s Pizza
This popular, local pizza restaurant is opening a new location in Carencro, according to Ben Powers of Developing Lafayette.
Dean-O’s isn’t expected to open its third location until late in 2019 at Gloria Switch Road and the Interstate 49 frontage road.
The original location, which opened in 1971, can be found at 305 Bertrand Drive. Another location opened a few years ago at 2312 Kaliste Saloom Road.
Deano-O’s is known for seafood pizzas served on a crisp crust.
Learn more by visiting deanospizza.com.
9. Yoka Japanese Sushi Bar & Steak House
This Youngsville restaurant opened a second location in April at 930 Rees St. in Breaux Bridge.
The original Yoka opened about a year ago at 1004 Fortune Road suite G in Youngsville.
The Breaux Bridge location will offer a similar menu, with options such as sushi rolls, sashimi and tataki, hibachi entrees and tempura dishes.
Yoka is open from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and 4 to 9:30 p.m. daily.
Learn more by visiting Yoka Japanese Sushi Bar & Steak House on Facebook or by calling 337-223-2028.
10. Andrilly’s Poboy Shop
This new restaurant opened in February at 225 W. Milton Ave. in Milton.
Andrilly’s offers po’boys, seafood platters, plate lunches and more.
Learn more by visiting Andrilly’s Poboy Shop LLC on Facebook.
11. Sandra’s Creations
This new, no-frills food truck opened in March in Lafayette.
Sandra’s Creations offers a simple, cash-only menu of hamburgers, pork steak sandwiches, rib sandwiches, sausage po’boys, chicken sandwiches and french fries.
Eventually, owner Sandra Matheson plans to add more options, including her specialty: a spicy stew of shrimp, crab, smoked sausage and potatoes over rice.
Sandra’s Creations is open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily at 1100 University Ave.
This new small plates and cocktails spot opened in April at 3524 Kaliste Saloom Road in the former Dark Roux.
Stacy Landry, who runs a catering company and whose family owns Lagneaux’s Restaurant, is behind the business.
The menu includes options such as Ahi tuna, crawfish enchiladas, beef tenderloin and charcuterie with prices ranging from about $9 to $18. Stacy’s will also serve wine, beer and cocktails. The house cocktail, a lavender lemon drop martini, will be $5.
In addition to small plates and cocktails, Stacy’s will house the catering side of the business and will sell individual- and family-sized ready-to-heat meals.
Stacy’s is open from 3 to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday.
Learn more by visiting Stacy’s on Facebook or by calling 337-288-7779.
13. Khan Mongolian Grill
This Asian restaurant opened in April in a shopping center at 2013 W. Pinhook Road near Kaliste Saloom Road.
Khan offers design-your-own Mongolian grill entrees that allow customers to pick a noodle, rice or cabbage base; a protein such as teriyaki chicken or shrimp; a protein seasoning such as lemon pepper or curry; vegetables and fruit such as bamboo shoots and pineapple; and sauces such as bourbon or sesame oil. Entrees cost $8.99 to $11.99.
Khan is open from 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. daily.
Learn more by visiting Khan Mongolian Grill on Facebook or by calling 337-408-8965.
14. Smallcakes Cupcakery and Creamery
This chain dessert shop is expected to open this fall in the Connolly Park development in Carencro, according to Ben Powers of Developing Lafayette.
Smallcakes offers 18 signature cupcakes flavors per day with rotating seasonal and special flavors. The shop also offers a variety of ice cream flavors.
There are more than 200 locations in the country, including shops in the Baton Rouge, Shreveport and Monroe areas.
Learn more by visiting smallcakescupcakery.com.
15. La Pizzeria
This Lafayette restaurant opened a second location in April in the new North Point Center development at 3730 NE Evangeline Thruway in Carencro.
The original restaurant is located at 3809 Ambassador Caffery Parkway.
In addition to specialty pizzas, the restaurant offers calzones, pastas, salads, sandwiches and more.
Learn more about La Pizzeria by visiting lapizzerialafayette.com.
16. Main Street Grub & Pub
This family-style bar and grill is expected to open in June in the former Main Street Pizza location at 719 S. Main St. in Breaux Bridge.
Main Street Grub & Pub is owned by Robert Zorn and Shalana Patout, who was a runner-up on Food Network’s Cake Wars.
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In addition to pub grub and desserts, the restaurant will offer late-night dining, outdoor seating, a monthly outdoor music series, a monthly comedy show, and weekly themed nights such as Meatballs and Movies on Mondays and Family Karaoke Night on Thursdays.
Main Street is expected to be open until 10 p.m. Monday through Wednesday and until 1 a.m. Thursday through Saturday.
Learn more by visiting Main Street Grub & Pub on Facebook.
This beach-themed sports bar opened in March in the former Hurricane Wings location at 3546 Ambassador Caffery Parkway, suite 104D.
James “Bentley” Suire, who owned The Filling Station downtown, is behind the new restaurant.
Bentley’s offers salads, burgers, po’boys, buffalo wings, seafood and steak. It also offers beer on tap and other alcoholic beverages.
The restaurant is open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. Learn more by visiting Bentley’s on Facebook.
18. El Pollo Loco
El Pollo Loco opened its first Louisiana location in March at 3808 Johnston St. at the intersection of Westchester Drive.
El Pollo Loco’s 3,000-square-foot Lafayette restaurant will include a drive-thru.
The popular quick-service restaurant — whose Spanish name translates to “The Crazy Chicken” — is known for flame-grilled, citrus-marinated chicken, burritos, salads, soups, tacos and quesadillas.
Learn more about El Pollo Loco by visiting elpolloloco.com.
19. Central Pizza
This new pizza place opened in March at 423 Jefferson St. in downtown Lafayette.
Central Pizza will serve wood-fired pizzas and wine on draft in a restaurant with an open-kitchen concept.
“The center of towns across the United States have had a difficult few decades,” said co-owner John Petersen about the restaurant’s name choice. “But we know that downtown and high-density neighborhoods are where people want to live, work, and hang out because all the data says so, and because we are those people. We named this place Central Pizza & Bar because we believe in the center of our city, and we believe a strong, vibrant core is central to the long-term success of any city.”
Central Pizza is open from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday through Wednesday and 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Thursday through Saturday.
Learn more by visiting eatdrinkcentral.com.
20. Cafe Sydnie Mae
This new seafood and steak restaurant opened in March at 140 E. Bridge St. in Breaux Bridge in the building that housed Cafe des Amis for 25 years.
Cafe Sydnie Mae is the sister restaurant to The St. John Restaurant in St. Martinville where award-winning chef Bonnie Breaux worked under owner Chip Durand.
Breaux and Durand serve seafood and steaks in a jazzy atmosphere that is reminiscent of an old French Quarter restaurant.
Cafe Sydnie Mae is open daily for lunch and Tuesday through Saturday for dinner.
21. Rock ‘N’ Bowl
This bowling alley and live music venue is set to open this summer at 950 Jefferson St. in downtown Lafayette.
Rock ‘N’ Bowl will include a full-service restaurant as well as a bar-style option in the first two levels of the five-story, 60,000-square-foot building.
The entertainment venue will also offer a full bar, 16 bowling lanes, a large stage, private suites and a large ballroom.
Learn more about Rock ‘N’ Bowl by visiting rocknbowl.com.
22. Cactus Mexican Grill
This new Mexican restaurant opened in April at 2633 SE Evangeline Thruway near the intersection of Verot School Road.
Cactus offers a huge menu filled with Tex-Mex favorites — burritos, enchiladas, quesadillas, chimichangas, taquitos, tamales, fajitas and more.
The restaurant is owned and operated by the former Maya’s manager Wilbert Nunez and his brother.
Learn more by visiting Cactus Mexican Grill on Facebook.
23. Fit Blendz
This franchise fast fit-food concept is expected to open in June at 312 Bertrand Drive in Lafayette.
Fit Blendz started in Baton Rouge as a health-conscious cafe that offers smoothies, wraps, sandwiches, salads and supplements.
The Lafayette location will be owned by the same franchisee as the Youngsville location and will also offer meal prep services.
Learn more by visiting fitblendz.com.
24. Jason’s Deli
This chain restaurant is expected to open a second location by the end of the year at 4512 Ambassador Caffery, according to Ben Powers of Developing Lafayette.
Jason’s Deli will keep its existing location at 149 Arnould Blvd.
The new 4,690 square-foot standalone restaurant will be located at the corner of Ambassador Caffery and Kaliste Saloom Road in the Caffery Shopping Center near O’Reilly’s Auto Parts.
The new location will include a small patio and offer drive-thru service.
Learn more about Jason’s Deli by visiting jasonsdeli.com.
25. Broaddus Burgers
This popular northside restaurant opened in January in its new southside location at 610 E. Kaliste Saloom Road.
Broaddus Burgers abandoned its Moss Street location at the end of the year in favor of a full-service restaurant on the south side of Lafayette.
Broaddus Burgers is known for its design-your-own burgers, but the restaurant regularly offers specials such as duck kabobs and crab cake burgers topped with etouffee.
The new location of the restaurant includes a larger menu with more lunch specials, a full dinner menu and an expanded dessert selection. The restaurant will eventually offer a quick-service breakfast during the week and a brunch service on the weekends.
Learn more by visiting broaddusburgers.com.
26. Poké Geaux
Poké Geaux — formerly called Surfside Poké — opened in February at 4302 Ambassador Caffery Parkway in the space formerly occupied by Wok-a-Licious.
This new Hawaiian-inspired, fast-casual restaurant primarily serves poke — a traditional Hawaiian raw fish salad appetizer that has become popular in the fast-casual industry as an entree.
Poké Geaux includes a line for customers to pick their base, protein, mix-ins, sauce, toppings and crunch. Poke entrees cost $10 to $12.
The restaurant is open daily from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Learn more by visiting Poké Geaux on Facebook.
27. Wasabi Grill & Sushi
This all-you-can-eat restaurant opened just before the new year in the Caffery Center development at 4510 Ambassador Caffery near the intersection of Kaliste Saloom.
Wasabi Grill & Sushi offers a menu that includes sushi, sashimi, hibachi, tempura, salads and soups that is prepared to order but priced at an all-you-can-eat flat rate.
Lunch is $14.99 and dinner is $22.99 for adults. Senior citizens get a $2 discount, and children are charged $1 per year.
The restaurant is open from 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, 10:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
Learn more about Wasabi Grill & Sushi by visiting facebook.com/wasabioflafayette.
28. Jak’s Donuts
This Lafayette doughnut shop is expected to open a second location at 201 Albertson Parkway in Broussard in a new development near the Youngsville Highway.
Jak’s Donuts is on track to open the new location during the summer months.
The original location is located at 3200 Verot School Road.
In addition to doughnuts, the shop offers breakfast tacos, kolaches, muffins and other breakfast items.
Learn more about Jak’s Donuts by visiting facebook.com/jaksdonuts.
29. Marble Slab Creamery
This ice cream shop chain will make its return to Acadiana this year in the new North Point Center development at 3730 NE Evangeline Thruway in Carencro.
Marble Slab is expected to open by the end of the year.
The ice cream shop had a location for several years in the Caffery Center development near the corner of Ambassador Caffery Parkway and Kaliste Saloom Road.
Marble Slab Creamery is known for small-batch ice cream flavors that can be customized with mix-ins. It also offers shakes, smoothies, cakes and more.
Learn more by visiting marbleslab.com.
30. Tokyo Sushi, Hibachi & Steakhouse
This sushi and hibachi restaurant is expected to open this fall in the Connolly Park development in Carencro, according to Ben Powers of Developing Lafayette.
Tokyo is expected to open by the end of the year.
It doesn’t look like this restaurant is affiliated with Tokyo Live (1601 W. Pinhook Road) or Tokyo Japanese Steakhouse (3511 Ambassador Caffery Parkway) in Lafayette. Instead, this will be the fifth location of a Jennings-based restaurant that has additional locations in Crowley, Abbeville and Baton Rouge.
Learn more by visiting Tokyo Japan Jennings on Facebook.
This Louisiana burger spot is expected to open a second Acadiana location by the end of the year in the 200 block of St. Nazaire Road in Broussard, according to Ben Powers of Developing Lafayette.
Burgersmith’s new location will be about 4,000 square feet with outdoor dining and a bar.
The restaurant, which also has a River Ranch location, is known for its burgers, craft beer selection and local ice cream.
Learn more by visiting burgersmith.com.
32. Tropical Smoothie Cafe
This chain restaurant will open another Acadiana location in the new North Point Center development at 3730 NE Evangeline Thruway in Carencro.
The smoothie cafe is expected to open this summer.
Tropical Smoothie Cafe has two locations in the area at 458 Heymann Blvd. and 1512 Ambassador Caffery Parkway.
In addition to smoothies, the restaurants offer wraps, flatbreads, sandwiches, bowls and breakfast.
Learn more by visiting tropicalsmoooothiecafe.com.
33. Great American Cookies
This chain cookie spot will open another Acadiana location in the new North Point Center development at 3730 NE Evangeline Thruway in Carencro.
It is expected to open by the end of the year.
Great American Cookies has three locations in the area — in the Acadiana Mall, at 107 Arnold Blvd. and at 219 St. Nazaire St. in Broussard.
The shops offer a large selection of cookies and other sweet treats.
Learn more by visiting greatamericancookies.com.
34. Corner Seafood & Wings
This restaurant opened in January at 107 Centre Sarcelle Blvd. in Youngsville in the former Glaze Donuts location.
Corner Seafood & Wings offers shrimp, fish, chicken, wings, po’boys, salads and more.
The restaurant is open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
Learn more by visiting cornerseafoodandwings.com.
35. Zeus Mediterranean Kitchen
This local Greek and Lebanese chain is expected to open another location in a new development in upper Lafayette, according to Ben Powers of Developing Lafayette.
Zeus is expected to open late this year in the new Pont des Mouton Plaza that’s being developed at the corner of Pont des Mouton Road and Interstate 49.
The restaurant has several locations in Lafayette and the surrounding area.
Learn more about Zeus by visiting zeusmedi.com.
36. Agave Grill & Cantina
This local Mexican chain is expected to open another location in a new development in upper Lafayette, according to Ben Powers of Developing Lafayette.
Agave is expected to open late this year in the new Pont des Mouton Plaza that’s being developed at the corner of Pont des Mouton Road and Interstate 49.
The restaurant will include plenty of outdoor seating like the other locations in the area.
Learn more about Agave by visiting agavelafayette.com.
37. New York Bagel Company
This Baton Rouge bagel shop opened in March in the Caffery Center development at 4510 Ambassador Caffery Parkway near the intersection of Kaliste Saloom Road.
New York Bagel Company offers breakfast bagels, pizza bagels, bagel sandwiches, gourmet cream cheese, soup and more.
Learn more by visiting nybagelcompany.com.
38. Cajun Crate
This Louisiana food company opened a new micro-market in March at 403B S. Buchanan St. in downtown Lafayette.
Cajun Crate, which began as a local subscription box service, offers Louisiana pantry, meat, dairy and other essential products.
The market also offers ready-to-eat meals from Good Eats Kitchen.
Cajun Crate boxes are also packaged downtown. Owner Tara Guidry decided to open the storefront because she saw a need for a grocery store in downtown Lafayette.
Cajun Crate Market is open from 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.
Learn more by visiting Cajun Crate Market on Facebook.
39. Cochon Cannery
This Louisiana pantry opened in February at 105 N. Main St. Suite B in Breaux Bridge.
Cochon Cannery, which is operated by Denise and Dustie Latiolais, has been around for a few years at farmers markets and festivals.
The Latiolais’ new storefront sells Cochon Cannery’s own brand of value-added products such as bacon jam in regular and spicy varieties, apple bacon butter, apple bacon butt rub, pork skins and gift sets.
The store also offers other Louisiana-made products.
Cochon Cannery is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.
Learn more by visiting Cochon Cannery on Facebook or by calling 337-322-5857.
40. Fiery Crab
This new seafood restaurant and bar opened in February at 2330 Kaliste Saloom Road where Hai Nam, an Asian buffet restaurant, was located.
The Fiery Crab serves a variety of seafood such as oyster, shrimp, crawfish, mussel, lobster, bluepoint crab, snowcrab and dungeness crab.
“We specialize in country low boil seafood using our family recipes that combined complex and amazing spices in our broth,” said restaurant spokesperson Angela Wong. “The seafood is then tossed in our different signature sauces. All the boils will be served in a bag to preserve and maximize the flavors.”
The Lowcountry — named for a region along South Carolina’s coast — method of boiling seafood is popular in the Southeast, but it’s similar to what we’re used to in south Louisiana. It just involves boiling the seafood with seasoning and things like sausage, corn and potatoes.
Learn more about the Fiery Crab by visiting facebook.com/fierycrab.
41. Pizza Hut
This chain pizza restaurant is expected to open another Acadiana location this fall in the Connolly Park development in Carencro, according to Ben Powers of Developing Lafayette.
Pizza Hut is known for affordable pizzas and delivery services.
Learn more by visiting pizzahut.com.
This fast-food chain opened a new location in April in the former Krystal at 1932 Rees St. in Breaux Bridge.
Checkers offers burgers, fries and sodas.
This is the first of a few Checkers locations opening in Acadiana in the next year or two, according to the company’s director of franchise development.
Checkers is open from 10 a.m. to 1 a.m. daily.
Learn more by visiting Checkers.com.
Bonus: What probably WON’T open in 2018
– P.F. Chang’s: Every few years, rumors circulate about Lafayette getting a location of this popular Asian restaurant. The most recent rumor that P.F. Chang’s is opening in the former Coyote Blues building is just that — a rumor. A spokesperson for the restaurant again confirmed in March that they “don’t have plans to open in Lafayette at this time.”
– TJ Ribs: The owners of this Baton Rouge restaurant secured about two acres of land near Interstate 49 and Gloria Switch Road about a year ago, but there’s no timeframe for when construction will begin on the Lafayette location.
– World of Beer: This bar-style restaurant franchise was expected to open by mid-2016 alongside many of the other restaurants in the Ambassador Town Center development. However, it’s now unlikely that World of Beer will open at all, according to Ryan Pecot of the property group responsible for the development. “As we understand it, they have had some corporate strategy changes, and this unit may not be in their plans,” Pecot said.
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