SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) — Health inspectors have shut down three high-profile San Francisco restaurants this year, while at least 40 more eateries have been closed by East Bay and Silicon Valley officials.
Bay Area foodies love to eat out, but how safe is it? Especially when inspectors struggle to keep up with the proliferation of new restaurants and food trucks.READ MORE: COVID: Santa Clara Bible Study Group Wins Supreme Court Fight Over Home Gatherings
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