Fresh but Flawed 

Pasco Kitchen's cocktails are splendid, as is the local emphasis—but the devil is in the details

When Ramiro Scavo announced he was opening Pasco Kitchen and Lounge, a restaurant with an emphasis on fresh, local ingredients—urban farm fare, he called it—local foodies jumped for joy. Scavo has great credentials; he's the former executive chef for the group that…

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