Hotel California

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • July 29, 2010
Sometimes, buzz about a new restaurant spreads organically by word of mouth. Other times, it’s manufactured by savvy PR people. If you’ve heard anything about TusCA at the Hyatt Regency in Garden Grove, it’s likely because of the latter. In a move...
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