Restaurant Roll Call for January 2014

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • February 3, 2014
This past month was a bruiser. So many restaurants and venues–some new, some old–went kaput. Some were already on life support since December (Assi Natural Market and Seasons of Japan), while other closures were a complete surprise (Chakra and...
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