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

15 Romolo: 15 Romolo (at Broadway), 398-1359. North Beach. Cocktails and bar food.

Anthony's Cookies: 1417 Valencia (at 25th St.), www.anthonyscookies.com. Mission. Gourmet cookies.

Bistro Saint Germain: 518 Haight (at Fillmore), 626-6262. Haight. French.

Blue Elephant Thai: 803 Cortland (at Ellsworth), 642-9900. Bernal Heights. Thai.

Bushi-Tei Bistro: 1581 Webster (at Post), 409-4959. Japantown. French and Japanese.

Cafe Altano: 621 Hayes (at Laguna), 252-1200. Hayes Valley. Mediterranean.

Cafe Prague: 2140 Mission (at 17th St.), 627-7464. Mission. Czech.

cityhouse: 55 Cyril Magnin (at Eddy, in the Parc 55 Hotel), 800-595-0507. Union Square. American.

The Corner: 2199 Mission (at 18th St.), 932-6939. Mission. Breakfast and Italian.

Kitchenette: 958 Illinois (at 20th St.) , www.kitchenettesf.com. Potrero/Dogpatch. Organic street food.

Mama Mia: 1785 Union (at Octavia), 929-7893. Cow Hollow. Pizza.

Mercury: 201 Octavia (at Page), 252-7855. Hayes Valley. Coffee and sandwiches.

Midi: 185 Sutter (at Kearny), 835-6400, www.midisanfrancisco.com. Financial District. Brasserie.

Morak Lounge: 3126 16th St. (at Valencia), 626-5523. Mission. Moroccan and Middle Eastern.

Neptalia: 1106 Market (at Seventh St.), 255-2345, www.neptalia.com. Civic Center. Italian and American.

Pizzanostra: 300 De Haro (at 16th St.), 558-9493, www.pizzanostrasf.com. Potrero Hill. Italian and pizza.

Woodhouse Fish Company: 1914 Fillmore (at Bush), 437-2722, www.woodhousefish.com. Pacific Heights. Seafood.

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