Ricardo Diaz's Bizarra Capital is housed in an old-school mariscos restaurant off one of Whittier's main thoroughfares. The décor is similar to those Mexican restaurants your parents frequented back when blended margaritas and molten cheese enchiladas were still considered exotic fare. Still, Diaz has managed to assemble an eclectic arsenal of dishes that could easily rival the best Mexican restaurants in Los Angeles.
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Uptown Whittier can sometimes feel deliberately hidden -- a small stretch of mom 'n' pop businesses sequestered from any nearby freeway or convenient access. It's a fine example of late-'80s public planning, too -- a time when a pen...