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

Caffe Pascucci: 170 King (at Third St.), www.caffe-pascucci.com. SOMA. Italian coffee.

Cha Cha Cha Cuba: 112 South B (at First Ave.), San Mateo, 650-347-2900. San Mateo. Cuban.

Flying Pig Bistro: 433 South Van Ness (at 15th St.), 934-1234. Mission. Sandwiches and coffee.

Hayes and Kebab: 580 Hayes (at Laguna), 861-2977. Hayes Valley. Meditteranean.

Kasumi: 2608 Ocean (at 19th Ave.), www.kasumisf.com. Outer Sunset. Japanese.

LOL Cafe: 6050 Geary (at 25th Ave.), 592-8918. Outer Richmond. Coffee and vegetarian sandwiches.

Pasión: 737 Irving (at Ninth Ave.), 724-5727, www.pasionsf.com. Inner Sunset. Pan-Latin.

Quattro Stagioni: 318 Kearny (at Bush), 956-4056. Financial District. Pizza.

Special Request: 331 Cortland (at Bennington), 650-630-7452, specialrequestsf.com. Bernal Heights. Gluten-free baked goods.

Sushirrito: 59 New Montgomery (at Stevenson), 495-7655, www.sushirrito.com. SOMA. Sushi.

Tikka Masala: 1668 Haight (at Belvedere), 626-1576, www.tikkamasalasf.com. Haight. Indian/Pakistani.

Wooly Pig Cafe: 205 Hugo (at Second Ave.), 592-8015. Inner Sunset. Soups, sandwiches, and salads.

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