BOSTON —Just like the guy in that old song, John S. Pepper left his heart in San Francisco back in the mid-1990s, after falling hard for the Mission District taqueria scene. Now the co-founder and chief executive of Boloco, a 13-unit fast-casual chain of so-called “inspired burritos,” Pepper in those days liked to hang out with his friends Adam Liebman, Gregg Harris and Jason Hutchinson to talk about how badly the rest of the ...
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