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We’re officially halfway through the year. San Francisco is talking about herd immunity, and restaurants and bars are reopened without restrictions. You know what to do.

This month’s Hit List features a return to special dining experiences, whether that means singular tasting menus or special outdoor setups. We’ve got a Richmond gem, a Colombian set menu, the return of Old Jerusalem, and some familiar stunners recently reopened for dining. But remember: Bring your masks, be mindful of requirements and rules, and be patient — staffing is tough right now. Support the restaurants you love.

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