It’s not always easy for a chef to get noticed in a highly regarded watering hole, much less one named for a legendary spirit that was banned in 1912 for its alleged hallucinogenic effects. But 30-year-old Jamie Lauren has made customers and the media take notice of her work at Absinthe Brasserie & Bar, a San Francisco haunt whose bartenders are ranked among the city’s best. But don’t let her baby face fool you. Lauren is a 124-proof talent (the firepower of Absinthe), and her nose ring ...
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