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Fresh Eats for the week of April 14-20, 2010 


Bar Basic: 510 Brannan (at Fourth St.), 227-0449. SOMA. Cocktails.

Calabria Brothers: 2249 17th St. (at Utah), 863-1213. Potrero Hill. Deli and sandwiches.

Chile Pies (& Ice Cream): 601 Baker (at Fulton), 614-9411. Panhandle. Pie and ice cream.

Curry Up Now: 225 Bush (at Sansome), Financial District. Indian street food.

Fog City Pub & Cafe: 1 Hallidie Plaza (at Fifth St.), 398-7600. Downtown. Beer and burgers.

Georges: 415 Sansome (at Clay), 956-6900, Financial District. Californian.

Happy Endings Kitchen: at Mercury Lounge, 1582 Folsom (at 12th St.), 551-1582. SOMA. Late-night Filipino-American.

Jebena: 990 Polk (at Geary), 409-1200. Tenderloin. Coffee and panini.

John Campbell's Irish Bakery: 3130 Fillmore (at Pixley), 563-1519. Pacific Heights. Baked goods and sandwiches.

Lafitte: Pier 5 (at Embarcadero), 839-2134, Embarcadero. French/New American.

Local Mission Eatery: 3111 24th St. (at Folsom), 655-3422, Mission. Sandwiches, pastries, and soups.

Mijita: 24 Willie Mays Plaza (at Fourth St.), 399-0814, SOMA. Mexican.

My Father's Kitchen/Pho Phuong Hong: 1655 Divisadero (at Sutter), 829-2610, Western Addition. Vietnamese.

Public House: 24 Willie Mays Plaza (at Fourth St.), 644-0240. SOMA. American brewpub.

Radius: 1123 Folsom (at Seventh St.), 525-3676, SOMA. French andCalifornian.

Super Duper Burger: 2304 Market (at 16th St.), 558-8123. Castro. Burgers.

TacoBar: 2401 California (at Fillmore), 674-7745. Pacific Heights. Mexican.

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