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

Azucar Lounge: 299 Ninth St. (at Folsom), 255-2928, www.azucarsf.com. SOMA. Mexican and Cocktails.

Caffe Moda: 160 Seventh St. (at Natoma), 255-0628, www.caffemoda.com. SOMA. Cafe.

Castagna: 2015 Chestnut (at Fillmore), 440-4290. www.castagnasf.com. Marina/ Cow Hollow. French and Italian.

Dark Horse Inn: 942 Geneva (at Mission), 469-5508, www.darkhorseinn.com. Crocker-Amazon. Bar and burgers.

Dobbs Ferry: 405-409 Gough (at Grove), 551-7700, www.dobbsferrysf.com. Hayes Valley. American.

Four Corners: 1875 Union (at Laguna), 931-3436, www.4cornerssf.com. Marina/ Cow Hollow. Southwestern.

Fourth Wave Coffee: 1356 Polk (at Pine), 440-4360. Polk Gulch. Coffee.

Indo-Bali Cooking Street: 343 Kearny (at Pine), 956-5501. Union Square/ Financial District. Indonesian.

Izakaya Yuzuki: (598 Guerrero at 18th St.), www.yuzukisf.com. Mission. Japanese.

La Fina Estampa: 1407 Bush (at Polk). Hayes Valley/ Tenderloin. Peruvian and Spanish.

Lers Ros: 307 Hayes (at Franklin), 874-9661, www.lersros.com. Hayes Valley. Thai.

Southpaw BBQ: 2170 Mission (at 17th St.), 934-09300, www.southpawbbqsf.com. Mission. Southern BBQ.

The Grill: 862 Clement (at 10th Ave.), 592-8292. Inner Richmond. Hot Pot.

Tupelo: 1337 Grant (at Green). North Beach/ Chinatown. Bar and Southern.

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