San Francisco eateries cater to clients south of the city

01/15/2013 | San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco's complicated ordinances and high minimum wage have helped drive restaurateurs to areas south of the city, where they're finding a slew of young Silicon Valley professionals hungry for more innovative dining options. "These are intelligent, sophisticated, food-savvy people living here," said Frank Klein, a restaurateur and consultant who recently opened Roastshop in Palo Alto.

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