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The former Gold Mountain dim sum restaurant in Chinatown is in development to become a mixed-use building with China Live, a 20,000-square-foot retail marketplace on the ground floor and Eight Tables, a fine dining Chinese restaurant, on the floor above. Restauranteur George Chen (Betelnut, Shanghai 1930) says to expect similarities to food marketplaces like NYC's Eataly, with plenty of farm-to-table, local, seasonal, and organic food. [Eater SF]