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Bistro 24: 4123 24th St. (at Castro), 285-2400, Noe Valley. New American and Mediterranean.

Caffe Amici: 36 Fifth St. (at Market), 391-3241, SOMA. Coffee and pastries.

Cane Rosso: 1 Ferry Building (Embarcadero and Market), 391-7599, Embarcadero. Italian rotisserie and sandwiches.

Cha-Ya: 1386 Ninth Ave. (at Judah), 731-2388. Inner Sunset. Vegetarian/Japanese.

Chile Lindo Empanada: 3283 22nd St. (at Valencia), 850-4778. Mission. Chilean.

District 5: 311 Divisadero (at Page), 552-0903. Western Addition. Californian and Mediterranean.

E Surf Cafe: 1131 Taraval (at 21st Ave.), 504-6833. Outer Sunset. Coffee, crepes, and sandwiches.

Jannah: 1775 Fulton (at Masonic), 567-4400. Western Addition. Iraqi and Middle Eastern.

Piazza Pellegrini: 659 Columbus (at Filbert), 397-7355, North Beach. Panini and coffee.

Pulcinella Pizzeria Ristorante: 641 Vallejo (at Columbus), 829-7312. North Beach. Italian.

Show Dogs: 1020 Market (at Taylor), 558-9560, Downtown. Sausages and hot dogs.

Suriya Thai: 1532 Howard (at 11th St.), 355-9999. SOMA. Thai.

Taqueria El Sol: 901 Taraval (at 19th Ave.), 661-3303, Outer Sunset. Mexican and American.

Tony's Pizza Napoletana: 1570 Stockton (at Union), 835-9888. North Beach. Pizza.

Trademark Grill: 56 Belden (at Bush), 397-8800, Financial District. American.

Vin Club: 515 Broadway (at Kearny), 277-7228, North Beach. Wine bar and Italian cafe.

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