Everybody's Talking (But Few Are Listening) About the Mexican Seafood at Mariscos Puerto Esperanza

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • December 24, 2008
Secretary of AquacultureEverybody’s talking about Mariscos Puerto Esperanza (but few are listening) As a longtime member of the Chowhound message boards, I can recognize when there is genuine excitement over a subject. First, a lone poster will...
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