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Abigail's Bakery and Cafe: 2120 Greenwich (at Fillmore), 929-8889. Marina. California bistro, brunch.

Amina's Pizzeria: 655 Divisadero (at Grove), 441-4102. Western Addition. Pizza.

Ararat Mediterranean Tapas: 4072 18th St. (at Castro), 252-9325. Castro. French, Greek, Arabic, and Turkish food.

Bistro 350: 350 Rhode Island (at 16th St.), 216-4329. Potrero Hill. French bistro fare.

Cafe de Thai: 4901 Mission (at France), 452-2922. Outer Mission/Excelsior. Thai.

Faz: 155 Steuart (between Howard and Mission), 495-6500, South of Market. Mediterranean, Near Eastern.

Inka's: 3299 Mission (at 29th St.), 648-0111. Bernal Heights. Peruvian.

La Parrilla Grill: 1760 Polk (at Washington), 359-1212. Nob Hill. Nuevo Latino.

Leland Tea Co.: 1416 Bush (at Polk), 346-4832, Nob Hill. Tea service, sandwiches, baked goods.

Modern Tea: 602 Hayes (at Laguna), 626-5406, Hayes Valley. American, cafe, tea shop.

Nicky's Pizzeria Rustica: 2109 Polk (at Broadway), 771-4222. Polk Gulch. Pizza, salads.

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

Samovar Tea Lounge: 730 Howard (between Third and Fourth Sts.), in Yerba Buena Gardens, 227-9400, South of Market. Tea, international small plates.

Restaurant Seven Fifty: 750 Kearny (at Washington), 433-6600. Financial District. Mediterranean, Californian.

Tako Nako: 1095 Market (at Seventh St.), 701-TAKO (8256). South of Market. Mexican.

Terzo: 3011 Steiner (at Union), 441-3200, Cow Hollow/Pacific Heights. Mediterranean.

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

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

Um Ma Son: 5850 Geary (at 23rd Ave.), 831-UMMA (8662). Richmond. Korean

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