Will KamenskySan Francisco Staff Writer
While at Tulane University in New Orleans, Will spent his spare time learning what makes a restaurant good (or bad) by eating a lot, training in kitchens, and running a questionably legal pop-up out of his house. He then moved to San Francisco to work in blockchain technology, but after multiple instances of getting kicked out of bars for giving unsolicited restaurant advice, he decided to make a career change and became our SF staff writer.
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