Capital Seafood's Glitzy New Irvine Location Fits Right Into Diamond Jamboree Plaza

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • April 2, 2009
The Empire Strikes AgainCapital SeafoodNs glitzy new Irvine location fits right into the sparkling-new Diamond Jamboree Plaza, but does its food measure up to the high standards of its humbler predecessors? My fondness for the Capital Seafood...
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