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A weekly listing of new dining spots around town. To recommend a place, e-mail fresheats@sfweekly.com.

Cassava Bakery + Cafe: 3519 Balboa (at 36th Ave.), 640-8990. Outer Richmond. Cafe.

Chomp 'N Swig: 1541 Clement (at 17th Ave.), 683-5946. Outer Richmond. Sandwiches.

The Dancing Pig: 554 Castro (at 19th St.), 529-2797, thedancingpigsf.com. Castro. Barbecue.

Gilberth's Rotisserie & Grill: 2427-2429 Third St. (at 20th St.). Dogpatch. Latin American.

Hops & Hominy: 1 Tillman (at Grant), 373-6341, www.hopsandhominy.com. Union Square. Southern.

Jake's on Market: 2223 Market (at 15th St.), 431-0692, www.jakesonmarket.com. Castro. American.

Navin: 1059 Powell (at Washington), 274-9948, www.navinthai.com. Chinatown. Thai.

Nothing Bundt Cakes: 47 Tamal Vista, Ste. G, Corte Madera, 924-2500, www.nothingbundtcakes.com. Bakery.

Rolling Out: 1722 Taraval (at 27th Ave.), 513-6054. Outer Sunset. Bakery.

Saru Sushi: 3856 24th St. (at Vicksburg), 440-4510, www.akaisarusf.com. Noe Valley. Sushi.

Sushi Taka: 600 Kearny (at Sacramento), 362-4800, www.sushitakaus.com. Financial District/ Chinatown. Sushi.

Tayyibaat Meat & Grill: 366 Golden Gate (at Larkin), 913-7421. Tenderloin. Afghan and burgers.

Wise Sons: 3154 24th St. (at Shotwell), 787-3354, www.wisesonsdeli.com. Mission. Deli.

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