All About Soul 

Azul's food pleases, but the restaurant needs much better service—and a voice

Mediterranean food is hot these days, and with good reason. The genre covers a large geographic area; the cooking styles are simple and straightforward; and the ingredients found along the lovely sea are fresh, plentiful and varied. What more could a chef—or…

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