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By now, you've probably heard of pok--the raw ahi bowl with soy sauce and limu. A delicacy of Hawaii, it's made its way across the Pacific Ocean and right into the belly of Orange County. Comment?
The Bluffs are used to people calling them a party band. Not just because of their predilection for loud, floor-stomping indie rock a la Dr. Dog. Comment?
As we close in on Valentine's Day, my focus is on the sweet stuff. ChocXO opened late last year, offering delectable desserts in the form of chocolate bark, cocoa nibs and customizable boxes of beauties. Comment?
It was 3:30 p.m. on a Sunday. The young owner of Poke Etc. had just barely finished his lunch. Comment?
January and February are usually slow months for restaurants. People just tend to stay in more, you know, because it's cold and the huge credit card statements from Christmas just arrived. Comment?
Tula Market's two Lake Forest locations are small Mexican neighborhood markets, selling little more than produce, meat and candy. Nevertheless, they've managed to fit a ridiculously good Mexican food bar into one corner of the store. Comment?
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