Apparently a long-time series of gigs on the Food Network, a kitchen retail shop, best-selling cookbooks, cookware and cutlery lines, a $3-million consulting gig with Applebee’s, an organic baby food line and a namesake wine label are not enough for Tyler Florence. In June the 39-year-old will unveil his first restaurant in San Francisco, followed by two more in nearby Marin and Napa Counties. Florence is taking over the space formerly occupied by the legendary Rubicon and converting it to ...
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