Longevity is one way to measure how well a restaurant is doing. But staying relevant, especially in a fickle and competitive location like San Francisco, is a real feat. Nancy Oakes has pulled it off with Boulevard. Oakes, partnering with the legendary designer Pat Kuleto, opened the dramatic Belle Epoque-style American restaurant in 1993; in the 18 years since, Boulevard has consistently ranked among the top 100 Bay Area restaurants in San Francisco Chronicle critic Michael ...

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