At Renzo's, Life Is a Ceviche

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • April 28, 2011
You may have been to the food court about a block away from John Wayne Airport, home to the glowing, golden deep-fried fish at the Chippy and the wonderful garlic-festooned plate of seafood linguine at Franco's Pasta Cucina. But did you know about...
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