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Restaurants & Bars

Tip Sheet "Slighty-out-of-date"?

Paul H | Feb 29, 200412:08 PM     22

goingoutagain recently linked to the SF Tipsheet with the editorial-comment title of "slightly-out-of-date-but-good-chowhound-recommendations"

Is the amazing and beloved Tip Sheet out of date? If so, how should it be updated? It was most recently updated to remove Sears Fine Food (which was listed as "Not Recommended") and to add Boulevard.

What else is wrong with it?

Are the reference threads too old? Can folks suggest better ones?

Are there new amazing places that should be on the list?

Are there downhill alerts that would indicate removing some listings?

Food critics, here is your chance.

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