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A Bon Port: 476 Castro (at 18th St.), 558-0893, www.abonportsf.com. Castro. French-Belgian cafe.

B Star Bar: 127 Clement St. (between Second and Third aves.), 933-9900. Richmond. Burmese food, drinks.

Essencia: 401 Gough St. (between Hayes and Ivy), 552-8485, www.essenciarestaurant.com. Hayes Valley. Peruvian.

Jay's Deli: 501 Connecticut (at 20th St.), 824-5297, www.jaysdelisf.com. Potrero Hill. Organic sandwiches, salad, wine.

Patisserie Phillipe: 655 Townsend (between 7th and 8th sts.), 558-8016, www.patisseriephilippe.com. SOMA. French pastries.

Piqueo's: 830 Cortland Ave. (at Gates and Ellsworth), 282-8812, www.piqueos.com. Bernal Heights. Peruvian cuisine.

Restaurant Cassis: 2101 Sutter St. (at Steiner), 440-4500, www.restaurantcassis.com. Lower Pacific Heights. Southern French cuisine.

Spork: 1058 Valencia St. (at 22nd and Hill sts.), 643-5000, www.sporksf.com. Mission. New American.

Stacks: 501 Hayes St. (at Octavia), 241-9011, www.stacksrestaurant.com. Hayes Valley. Omelets, crepes, burgers.

Sudachi: 1217 Sutter St. (at Polk), 623-8625. Polk Gulch. Sushi and Asian tapas.

Zadin: 4039 18th St. (between Hartford and Noe), 626-2260. Castro. Vietnamese.

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