More restaurants are jumping on the no-free-bread bandwagon, the San Francisco Chronicle’s Michael Bauer observed this week. Bauer has observed four techniques for handling the issue. One area restaurant doesn’t bring bread and doesn’t mention it on the menu, but does provide walnut levain with a cheese plate. Another charges $5 for bread, with the day’s choices spelled out on a blackboard and baked by a master baker on staff. Several others note ...
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