Review: Lobster rolls and 'HoJo-style' clams at Catch & Release

Counter Intelligence: Jonathan Gold reviews Catch & Release in Marina del Rey, a New England-style seafood restaurant led by Jason Neroni.
Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • August 21, 2015
The life of a certain kind of restaurant, one is given to understand, can be nasty, brutish and short. A bakery-cafe concept, reborn as an Asian fusion restaurant, may already be out of business in its new incarnation as a Mexican-leaning...
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