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Yesterday, Bauer said the current economic slump was the most uncertain time for restaurants he's seen, but not everyone is that pessimistic: "Conventional wisdom would have it that increasing costs for raw materials are pinching restaurants, which pass the increases on to customers. Diners, you would think, would then cut back on eating out. It makes perfect sense - except that it isn't happening. 'My opinion is that the Bay Area is 100 percent bulletproof,' said Carlo Middione, who has owned the Vivande Porta Via restaurant on Fillmore Street for 27 years." [Chron]

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