The Attic: Old Folks At Home

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • December 20, 2012
Bloody hell! I’m seated next to an honest-to-goodness fireplace in a Craftsman house built in the 1920s. When a server walks past carrying a tray loaded with Mason jars of Bloody Marys, the wooden floor creaks, flexes and groans beneath her feet....
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