Map of the 75 best places to eat in Orange County in 2022

Here’s a map to the 75 restaurants that made it into critic Brad A. Johnson’s eighth annual dining guide.
Brad A. Johnson, Nikie Johnson • Orange County Register • June 3, 2022
Brad A. Johnson’s 75 Best Places to Eat, 2022 Orange County offers a lot of ground to cover, and I try to get around. Despite the pandemic, I drove more than 8,000 miles over the past year, dining nearly 250 times (less than usual but still a lot,...
The full article can be read on the Orange County Register website.

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