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Abacus: 2078 Hayes (at Cole), 387-2828, www.abacussf.com. North Panhandle. California-Chinese.

Fogón: 659 Union (at Columbus), 288-8658. North Beach. California food with Latin accents.

Green Chile Kitchen & Market: 601 Baker (at Fulton), 614-9411, www.greenchilekitchen.com. Western Addition. New Mexican-inspired cuisine.

I Dream of Cake: 1351 Grant (at Green), 989-2253, www.idreamofcake.com. North Beach. Desserts (tastings by appointment only).

Kookez Café: 4123 24th St. (at Castro), 641-7773, www.kookez.com. Noe Valley. American, brunch.

Kwanjai Thai: 3242 Scott (between Chestnut and Lombard), 563-1285, www.kwanjai-thai.com. Marina. Thai.

La Carreta: 533 Haight (at Fillmore), 522-1999. Haight. Mexican taqueria.

Lettés: Café Organic: 3352 Steiner (between Chestnut and Lombard), 931-2777, www.lettusorganic.com. Marina. Locally grown organic.

Nile Cafe: 544 Jones (at Geary), 409-1000. Tenderloin. Ethiopian, Mediterranean, hookah.

Pho Hoa Noodle Soup: 3 Embarcadero Center (Davis & Clay), Street Level, 399-9099, www.embarcaderocenter.com. Financial District. Vietnamese.

Shima Sushi: 601 Van Ness (at Golden Gate, in Opera Plaza), 292-9997. Civic Center. Japanese, sushi.

SNOB: 1327 Polk (at Pine), 440-7662, www.sfsnob.com. Nob Hill. Wine bar.

Taco del Mar: 163 Second St. (at Howard), 618-0534, www.tacodelmar.com. South of Market. Mexican, seafood.

Tortilla Heights: 1750 Divisadero (at Bush), 346-4531. Pacific Heights. Mexican.

Troya: 349 Clement (at Fifth Ave.), 379-6000. Inner Richmond. Turkish.

Wine Bar & Shop: 2 Embarcadero Center (Clay & Front), Street Level, 391-0758, www.embarcaderocenter.com. Financial District. Wine, cheese, appetizers.

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