SAN FRANCISCO —Presaged by the imminent openings of EPIC Roasthouse and Waterbar as the first newly built waterfront restaurants here in decades, a wave of culinary-star-studded dining spots is building here over the next two years. In a clear sign that San Franciscans have rebounded from the local bursting of a technology economy bubble some years ago, the epicurean influx is being inspired in part by several new or planned luxury ...
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