GLENDALE CALIF. —“It’s about quality and access to quality.” That’s a phrase Octavio Becerra repeats often as he attempts to explain why his restaurant Palate Food & Wine, in the off-the-beaten-path Los Angeles suburb of Glendale, Calif., is a beacon of success despite the increasingly gloomy economy. —“It’s about quality and access to quality.” Part wine shop, ...

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