Two statements heard on the KQED Forum show’s “Restaurant Roundup” segment, just now, that might trigger a response from you, the restaurant diner:
- “San Francisco starts the restaurant trends, and New York grows them.”
- “New York has twice* the population, but San Francisco has the better restaurants.”
* Yes we know that’s not at all true; the NYC metropolitan area has 19 million people; the Bay Area has 4.5 million people.
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