Celebrity Soul Food Buffet Opens in Lake Forest

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • July 23, 2014
You might have never stepped into Dragon Buffet in Lake Forest, but you probably already have a good idea of what it was: a Chinese buffet. Typically, when a buffet like that closes, it doesn't really close, it just changes hands. A new “Under New...
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