The Skilled Hands In the Dock's Kitchen Make for a Welcome Port, Even In This Economic Storm

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • April 16, 2009
Dock Your PaycheckThe food is pricey, the clientele is Peninsular, but the skilled hands in the DockNs kitchen make for a welcome port, even in this economic storm We were outnumbered by rich people. Some arrived after crossing the marina on a...
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