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A weekly listing of new dining spots around town. To recommend a place, e-mail fresheats@sfweekly.com.

Carte415: 101 Second St. (at Mission, in the atrium lobby), 567-0415, www.carte415.com. SOMA. Sandwiches.

Clay Oven: 385 West Portal (at 15th Ave.), 731-2400, www.indiaclayoven.com. West Portal. Indian.

Coda Lounge: 1710 Mission (at Duboce), 441-2216, www.codalive.com. Mission. American and Mediterranean.

Crêperie Saint Germain: 546 Howard (at First St.), 948-7348, www.creperiesaintgermain.com. SOMA. Crepes and waffles.

D'Urso: 236 Townsend (at Third St.), 369-9442. SOMA. Italian delicatessen.

Gussie's Chicken and Waffles: 1521 Eddy (at Fillmore), 409-2529. Western Addition. Soul food.

Naked Lunch: 504 Broadway (at Kearny), 577-4951, www.nakedlunchsf.com. North Beach. Sandwiches and soup.

North Point Cafe: 900 North Point (in Ghirardelli Square), 608-9200. Russian Hill. Sandwiches and salads.

Pacific Puffs: 2201 Union (at Fillmore), 440-7833, www.pacificpuffs.com. Western Addition. Cream puffs.

Parkside Tavern: 1940 Taraval (at 29th Ave.), 731-8900. Outer Sunset. Californian and bar food.

Pizzeria Avellino: 2769 Lombard (at Lyon), 776-2500, www.pizzeriaavellino.com. Presidio. Pizza.

Saison: 2124 Folsom (at 17th St.), 828-7990, www.saisonsf.com. Mission. Californian.

Starbelly: 3583 16th St. (at Market), 252-7500, www.starbellysf.com. Castro. Californian.

Sunflower: 288 Connecticut (at 18th St.), 861-2336. Potrero Hill. Vietnamese.

Sushi Toni: 731 Bush (at Powell), 986-8664. Nob Hill. Sushi.

Zog's Dogs: 1 Post (at Montgomery), 391-7071, www.zogs-dogs.com. Downtown. Hot dogs.

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