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

Aato: 1449 Lombard (at Van Ness), 292-2368, www.aatosf.com. Marina. Korean fusion.

Barrel Room: 620 Post (at Cosmo), www.barrelroomsf.com. Nob Hill/Tenderloin. Wine bar.

Cafe Bunn Mi: 417 Clement (at Sixth Ave.), 668-8908. Inner Richmond. Vietnamese.

Chile Pies and Ice Cream: 601 Baker (at Fulton), 614-9411. Western Addition. 314 Church (at15th St.), www.greenchilekitchen.com/chilepies. Castro. Dessert.

Decks at Mission Rock: 817 Terry Francois (at Illinois), 626-5355. Potrero Hill. American.

Giordano Bros.: 3108 16th St. (at Valencia). Mission. Sandwiches.

Hyde-Away Blues BBQ: 457 Hyde (at Geary). Tenderloin. Barbecue.

Jasper's Corner Tap: 401 Taylor (at O'Farrell), 775-7979, www.jasperscornertap.com. Tenderloin. Gastropub.

Kama Sushi: 1497 Church (at 27th St.). Noe Valley. Japanese.

Louis' Restaurant: 902 Point Lobos (at Merrie), 415-387-6330. Outer Richmond. Diner.

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

Palace Steak House: 3047 Mission (at Capp), 647-2011. Mission. Steak/American.

Reed & Greenough: 3251 Scott (at Chestnut). Marina/Cow Hollow. Cocktail lounge.

Rock It Swirl: 2810 Diamond (at Bosworth), 839-5282, www.rockitswirl.com. Glen Park. Dessert.

Siam Saigon: 3221 Mission (at 29th St.), 826-4698. Mission. Thai/Vietnamese.

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