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Called Magic Wok, owner of JT Bistro to offer affordable, casual Asian dining
‘Fresh tastes better, the flavors are wonderful’

John Teah, owner of JT Bistro in Camp Verde, hopes to open an Asian restaurant in Camp Verde by the end of September, he says. The restaurant, which will be located in the old Ming House building, will be called Magic Wok. VVN/Bill Helm

John Teah, owner of JT Bistro in Camp Verde, hopes to open an Asian restaurant in Camp Verde by the end of September, he says. The restaurant, which will be located in the old Ming House building, will be called Magic Wok. VVN/Bill Helm

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