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Go Fish: Ricardo Zarate's Paiche 

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Eating at Paiche, the new Marina del Rey restaurant from Ricardo Zarate, is an exceedingly cheery experience. The entire enterprise is engineered to lift your spirits: the sea blue–on-aqua color scheme; the fresh-faced waiters; the fruity cocktails; the bright, fun-first food. It’s a cheerleader of a restaurant, the prettiest, most popular girl in school — or at least the prettiest, most uplifting business in this big-box shopping district, across the street from a DSW and a block from Barnes & Noble.

See Also: Paiche Review: Ricardo Zarate Opens a "Peruvian Izakaya" in Marina del Rey
Published on May 29, 2013

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