Mariscos Licenciado #2 Turns Both the Flavor and the Volume to 11

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • December 2, 2010
If you follow this rag faithfully, you should know this is a re-review of Mariscos Licenciado #2, an Anaheim restaurant Gustavo has long championed, both in these pages and on our Stick a Fork in It blog. Recently, it went through a remodel. They...
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