On the Line: Jason Kordas of Jason's Downtown

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • September 1, 2009
has been a fixture of the downtown dining and music scene. Kordas also still offers his catering services if you have people at your shin dig to feed.  And you don't have to have held a political office to secure his talents.   Here are his...
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