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Food trucks flooded our streets and Twitter feeds. Connecticut Avenue welcomed a whole lot of ground-meat options (and then kicked one out.) In an age of comfort food, family-style Italian filled our carb-deprived bellies. But will mobile food, burgers and comfort food dominate 2011? Will small plates finally die? Here’s our break down on what we’ll eat in 2011.
OUT → IN
Burgers → Hot Dogs
Mansion-Sized Bars → Apartment-Sized Bars
Anthony Bourdain → Ruth Bourdain
Vegetarian → Vegivore
Where the Obamas Eat → Where Sam Kass Eats
Bacon → Offal
4 Loko → Spiked Hot Chocolate
Gulf Seafood → Gulf Sweets
Traditional Tacos → Korean Tacos
Jose Andrés in D.C. → Jose Andrés Everywhere
Brickskeller → American Tap Rooms
H Street’s Food Identity → Wheaton’s Food Identity
Small Plates → No Small Plates (at least here!)
Michael Landrum Doing Meat → Michael Landrum Doing Salads
Food Trucks → Food Trucks Buy Store Fronts
Andrew George and Scott Reitz contributed to this article Photo by Darrow Montgomery