Yes, the New Casa Barilla at South Coast Plaza Is Run By the Same Company That Makes Jarred Sauce

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • February 28, 2018
Photo by Edwin Goei Just as most people, I always have a jar of marinara and a box of spaghetti in my pantry. The brand I happen to have in stock at the moment is Barilla. It’s not always the case, but my point is that I’m never more than 15...
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