Garden Grove “Bistro” Closes; New Bar & Grill To Replace

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • September 3, 2010
Jak's Bistro at the Garden Grove/Cypress border got little love from the Yelpers, garnering a meager 2 1/2 stars from the few people who reviewed it. Those who wrote about it were unanimous that while it called itself a bistro, it was more like...
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