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Bento 415: 300 De Haro, Suite 342 (at 16th St.), 355-1269, www.bento415.com. Potrero Hill. Bento boxed lunches.

Best-O-Burger: 1 Market Plaza (at Mission), 882-1717, www.bestoburger.com. SOMA. Burgers.

Bruno's: 2389 Mission (at 19th St.), 643-5200, www.brunossf.com. Mission. Soul food.

DeLise: 327 Bay (at Powell), 399-9694, www.delisesf.com. Fisherman's Wharf. Dessert cafe.

Dibbs BBQ and Grill: 1105 Fillmore (at Golden Gate), 674-1301. Fillmore. Barbecue.

Green Chile Kitchen: 1801 McAllister (at Baker), 440-9411, www.greenchilekitchen.com. Western Addition. New Mexican.

La Boulange: 3898 24th St. (at Vicksburg), 821-1050. Noe Vallery. Baked goods.

Matching Half: 1799 McAllister (at Baker), 674-8699. Western Addition. Coffee, sandwiches, pastries, and wine.

Mayes Oyster House: 1233 Polk (at Bush), 885-1233, www.mayessf.com. Polk Gulch. Seafood and small plates.

Ozone Thai: 598 Second St. (at Brannan), 536-3222, www.theozonethai.com. SOMA. Thai fusion.

Panam: 2367 Market (at Castro), 556-6200, www.panamsf.com. Castro. French fusion.

Sushi Raw: 682 Haight (at Steiner), 863-6888. Haight. Sushi.

Toasties: 1336 Ninth Ave. (at Irving), 682-9980, www.toastiesubs.com. Inner Sunset. Sandwiches.

Uptown Joe's: 1500 Sutter (at Gough), 350-0172. Pacific Heights. Italian and American.

Urban Picnic: 125 Kearny (at Post), 433-1233, www.urbanpicnicsf.com. Financial District. Sandwiches, salads, and soups.

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