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

Bamboo Asia: 41 Montgomery (at Sutter), www.eatatbamboo.com. Financial District. Pan-Asian.

Big Dipper Baby Food: 331 Cortland (at Bennington), 879-0433. Bernal Heights. Organic baby food.

Bluestem Brasserie: 1 Yerba Buena (at Market), 547-1111, www.bluestembrasserie.com. Downtown. New American/steakhouse.

Le Bordeaux: 524 Union (at Grant), 529-1674. North Beach. French.

Bottle Cap: 1707 Powell (at Union), 529-2237, www.bottlecapsf.com. North Beach. American.

Boxing Room: 399 Grove (at Gough), 430-6590, www.boxingroomsf.com. Hayes Valley. Cajun/Creole.

Cafe Sophie: 3463 16th St. (at Sanchez). Castro. Sandwiches, salads, coffee.

Chantal Guillon: 437 Hayes (at Gough), 864-2400, www.chantalguillon.com. Hayes Valley. Macarons.

Cupola Pizzeria: 845 Market (at Fifth St.), in the Westfield San Francisco Centre, Suite 400, 896-5600, www.cupolasf.com. Union Square. Italian.

Little Joe's: 1106 Market (at Seventh St.), 433-4343. Civic Center. Italian.

Magdy's Cafe: 2960 Clement (at 30th Ave.), 680-4231. Outer Richmond. Cafe.

Manna: 845 Irving (at Ninth Ave.), 665-5969. Inner Sunset. Korean.

Melody: 3401 Mission (at Eugenia). Bernal Heights. Breakfast/cafe.

Sichuan Home: 5037 Geary (at 14th Ave.), 221-3288. Inner Richmond. Chinese.

Swank Cocktail and Coffee Club: 488 Presidio (at California), 346-7431, www.jdvhotels.com/dining/swank. Pacific Heights. Coffee, pastries, and cocktails.

Venga Empanadas: 443 Valencia (at 15th St.), 552-5895. Mission. Empanadas.

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