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A weekly listing of new restaurants around town. To recommend a spot, e-mail fresheats.

330 Ritch: 330 Ritch (at Brannan), 541-9574, SOMA. Bar snacks and tapas.

Anchor and Hope 83 Minna (at Second St.), 501-9000, SOMA. Seafood.

Beretta: 1199 Valencia (at 22nd St.), 695-1199, Mission. Pizza and cocktails.

Candybar: 1335 Fulton (at Divisadero), 673-7078, Western Addition. Wine bar and dessert.

Chez Papa Resto: 414 Jessie (at Fifth St.), 546-4134, SOMA. French.

Domo: 511 Laguna (at Linden), 861-8887, Hayes Valley. Sushi.

Fifth Floor: 12 Fourth Street (at Market, in the Hotel Palomar), 348-1555. Union Square. French and Californian.

Frjtz: 581 Hayes (at Octavia), 864-7654, www, Hayes Valley. Belgian fries and crepes.

Jackie's Vinoteca: 105 Valencia (at McCoppin), 864-5525. SOMA. Sandwiches and salads.

Le Club: 1250 Jones (at Clay), 922-2582, Nob Hill/Russian Hill. Cocktails and classic American.

Macau Friends: 2240 Irving (at 23rd Ave.), 665-7888. Outer Sunset. Cantonese and Portuguese.

Mixt Greens: 560 Mission (at First St.), 543-2505, SOMA. Organic salads and sandwiches.

Muracci's: 307 Kearny (at Bush), 773-1101, Financial District. Japanese curry and noodles.

On the Corner: 359 Divisadero (at Oak), 552-1101. Haight. Cafe/lounge.

Pasilla Mexican Grill: 359 Kearny (at Pine), 989-8077. Financial District. Mexican.

Poesia: 4072 18th St. (at Castro), 252-9325. Castro. Southern Italian.

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