Zagat: Economy still hurting California's largest restaurant towns
San Francisco fine-dining venue Gary Danko and Japanese hotspot Sushi Zo in Los Angeles took the titles for best food in the latest Zagat guides for those cities, which were released this week. California’s two largest restaurant towns also both reported a drop in the price of the average meal, largely because of the down economy, the surveys found. In San Francisco, the average meal cost dropped 1.6 percent to $38.78 from $39.40 in 2009, according to the survey there, and the cost ...
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