Three Seventy Common Has a Common Denominator

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • December 22, 2011
Ever since Ryan Adams, the last chef to mind the stoves at Sorrento Grille, bought the restaurant and opened Three Seventy Common in its place, there has been a palpable sense of change in the air. Re-energized, the staff seems genuinely enthused,...
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