Michael Mina, who operates a four-star restaurant in San Francisco’s Westin St. Francis, has just opened a far more casual place in the city’s Millennium Tower. Named RH74 after the highway that runs through Burgundy’s Cot d’Or, the restaurant resembles a French train station with leather depot benches, subway tile and antique lanterns. Forget the white tablecloths. Here you’ll see servers wear jeans and tennis shoes. Mina’s chef is a Thomas Keller protégé, Jason Berthold, while the ...

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