LOS ANGELES JiRaffe. —When the stock market took the first of several steep dives last month, chef-owner Raphael Lunetta felt a turn for the worse at his noted Santa Monica restaurant, After strong sales this summer, when his rustic French-American menu drew local gourmets and international tourists like a magnet, business at JiRaffe suddenly became much more unpredictable. —When the stock market took the first of several steep dives last month, chef-owner ...
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