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Sunday, April 5, 2009

The Chronicle's 2009 Top 100: Who's Out, Who's In

Posted By on Sun, Apr 5, 2009 at 3:00 PM

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updated 4/5 at 3pm with a few corrections

The SF Chronicle's annual Top 100 Restaurants list appears in this Sunday's edition. The paper's Web staff is in the course of updating the site, but here's a provisional list of which restaurants have been dropped, and which have taken their place:

OUT
A Cote (Oakland)
Bar Crudo
Bistro Jeanty (Yountville)
Bo's Barbecue (Lafayette)
Cafe Majestic (closed)
Cav
Cucina (San Anselmo)
Ducca
Jai Yun
Junnoon (Palo Alto)
Laiola
O Izakaya
Oliveto (Oakland)
Plumed Horse (Saratoga)
Poleng Lounge
Rubicon (closed)
Shanghai 1930
Silks
Slow Club
Tartine Bakery
Terzo

IN
Bar Jules
Beretta
Bottega Napa Valley (Yountville)
Camino (Oakland)
Chez Papa Resto
Corso Trattoria
Cortez
The Dining Room at the Ritz (left off last year's list by mistake)
Gialina
Gitane
House of Prime Rib
Jack Falstaff
Madrona Manor (Healdsburg)
Marzano (Oakland)
Moss Room
Murray Circle (Sausalito)
Nettie's Crab Shack
Nopalito
Restaurant at Meadowood (St. Helena)
Sea Salt
Willi's Wine Bar (Santa Rosa)

Gary Danko is in the print edition but at the moment missing from the online list.

Picco  and Pizzeria Picco (Larkspur) share one spot in the print edition but are broken out online, so the total still comes to 100, even with Gary Danko missing.

The full list: www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/food/top100/2009cuisine (grouped by cuisine)

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