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The seafood is fresh at Mariscos Mi Mazatlan—but kitchen errors and service lapses let us down

The oysters were fresh, smooth—and unappetizingly served at room temperature. That, in a nutshell (or perhaps a lukewarm oyster shell), describes our experiences at Mariscos Mi Mazatlan, a restaurant on 22nd Street that opened a few months ago. There is a lot…

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