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Patricia Escárcega

Patricia Escárcega joined the Los Angeles Times as a restaurant critic in December 2018. She previously worked at the Arizona Republic as a dining reporter. She started her career at the Phoenix New Times, where she was the dining critic for three years. A Southern California native, Escárcega was born in Riverside to a family of naranjeros (citrus pickers).
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