SAN FRANCISCO —Although a vibrant restaurant culture helped operators in this city keep the recession at bay until recently, falling tourism and troubles in local high-tech industries are starting to have a negative impact. Even as the national economy slumped last fall, San Francisco’s restaurants benefited from a still relatively strong convention business, California residents who stayed in state for vacations, and a warm and sunny ...

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