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Amélie: 1754 Polk (at Washington), 292-6916, Nob Hill. Wine bar, small plates.

B Restaurant & Bar: 720 Howard (between Third and Fourth sts.), in Yerba Buena Gardens, 495-9800. South of Market. California cuisine.

Bella Venezia: 3215 Mission (at Valencia), 642-4896. Mission. Italian.

Café Venue: 67 Fifth St. (at Jessie), 546-1144, South of Market. Cafe, brunch, sandwiches.

Country Sky: 3321 Steiner St., between Chestnut and Lombard, 415-567-2888. Chinese, dim sum.

Flying Pan Bistro: 680 Clay (at Kearny), 399-1938, Financial District. Chinese.

Gialina: 2842 Diamond (at Kern), 239-8500, Glen Park. Pizza, Italian.

Hayes and Kebab: 406 Hayes (at Gough), 861-2977. Hayes Valley. Mediterranean grill.

Mission Pie: 2901 Mission (at 25th St.), 282-4PIE (4743), Mission. Bakery, cafe.

Piccino: 801 22nd St. at Tennessee, 824-4224, Potrero Hill. Pizza.

Presidio Social Club: Building 563 Ruger (near the Lombard Gate, Lombard at Lyon), 885-1888, Presidio. American.

Underdog: 1634 Irving St. (at 17th Ave.), 665-8881. Inner Sunset. Organic sausages.

Two: 22 Hawthorne (at Howard), 777-9779, South of Market. American.

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