Javier's Cantina N Grill Gets Bested

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • November 5, 2009
Bested!In which two food writers decide to check out our readersN assertion that JavierNs is OCNs best restaurant We may never know how JavierNs got enough votes to win Best Restaurant on our annual Best of OC ReadersN Poll this year. But Gustavo...
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