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Most restaurants around town are feeling the sting of a slow economy, but not the ones around the Wharf, Union Square and North Beach: "Kevin Westlye, executive director of the Golden Gate Restaurant Association, says restaurants in the tourist zone are booming. They're not only selling expensive meals, but the tourists aren't holding back with the wine orders, either." [Chron]

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