Snuff A&O Kitchen+Bar's Cigar Dessert–Quick

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • October 2, 2014
Let me tell you about the first time something I ate at a restaurant made me . . . um, trip out. Yeah, that's what I'll call it. It was a dessert served at the new A&O Kitchen+Bar in Newport Beach: The Tobacco & Whiskey Brulee looks innocent...
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