SAN FRANCISCO —When the main kitchen of your restaurant has a scant 500 square feet of space to serve one of America’s most food-savvy populations, you better make every inch count. Officials of Joie de Vivre Hospitality knew that full well when they renovated a decades-old San Francisco eatery into the sleek, new contemporary brasserie Midi, so named for its location in the “mid-district” of the city, at the crossroads of ...

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