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Belden Taverna: 52 Belden (at Pine), 986-8887. Downtown. Mediterranean.

Benjarong Thai: 1968 Lombard (at Webster), 441-8999. Cow Hollow. Thai.

California St. Delicatessen and Café: 3200 California (at Presidio), 922-DELI (3354). Pacific Heights. New York-style Jewish deli, pastries.

Cinecittà Bar and Roman Pizza: 663 Union (between Powell and Stockton), 291-8830. North Beach. Italian, pizza.

Coleur Café: 300 De Haro (at 16th St.), 255-1021. Potrero Hill. French.

Dosa: 995 Valencia (at 21st St.), 642-3672, Mission. South Indian.

Kiji: 1009 Guerrero (at 22nd St.), 282-0400, Mission. Sushi, fusion, sake bar.

Les Amis: 568 Sacramento (at Montgomery), 291-9145. Downtown. Contemporary French.

Mojito: 1337 Grant (at Green), 398-1120, North Beach. Latin food and spirits.

Pancho Villa Taqueria: Pier 1, Embarcadero & Washington, 982-2182. Downtown. Mexican.

Patxi's Chicago Pizza: 511 Hayes (at Octavia), 558-9991. Hayes Valley. Pizza.

Progressive Grounds: 2301 Bryant (at 21st St.), 647-0103. Mission. Cafe, breakfast, pastries, smoothies.

Queen Malika: 4416 18th St. (at Douglass), 626-4416. Castro. Crepes.

Velvet Cantina: 3349 23rd St. (at Bartlett), 648-4142, Mission. Contemporary Mexican, full bar.

Zagora: 1007 Guerrero (at 22nd St.), 282-6444. Mission. Contemporary Moroccan.

Zaza: 12 Tillman (between Post and Sutter), 677-9292. Downtown. Mediterranean-French fusion, cafe.

Zoya: 465 Grove (at Octavia), 626-9692, Hayes Valley. New American.

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