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    2373 Chestnut San Francisco CA 94123
    This delightful place specializes in what we all like best in many Mediterranean restaurants: mezes, or appetizers, here served in "small plates" that are actually quite generous. Cover the table with plates of dolmas, taramosalata, tzatziki, unusual zucchini cakes, sausages, fried smelts, prawns - the list is long, and you'll More
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    2362 Market San Francisco CA 94114
    There's an Italian spin to the menu at this reasonably priced, urbane fish house in the Castro. The bar, backed with an impossibly high shelf of glittering bottles, is friendly and busy, and the popular weekend brunch features a straightforward menu that's neither particularly Italianate nor fishy. More
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    215 Lincoln San Francisco CA 94129
    On a sunny, clear day, there's no lovelier spot for lunch than the glassed-in, red-umbrella'd outside space that gives La Terrasse its name, overlooking the bay and the Golden Gate Bridge. After a few breakfast hours serving pastries, juice, and coffee, an all-day menu kicks in at 11 and runs More

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    1300 Fillmore St. San Francisco CA 94115
    Refined New American cooking, using French techniques and Southern accents, in a comfortable dark-brown room in the revitalized Fillmore Preservation Jazz District. Occasional live jazz in the adjacent bar and lounge room (pleasantly audible in the dining room) reminds you of the street's heritage (as does a dazzling wall of More
    601 Van Ness Ave. San Francisco CA 94102
    16 Mint San Francisco CA 94103
    Tucked behind the Old Mint in a charming bit of downtown urban renewal is this small, stylish Italian restaurant in SOMA. 54 Mint features the lusty, full-flavored cooking of Sicily: bucatini with fresh sardines, fennel, and raisins; baccala (cod fish croquettes); and arancini (deep-fried rice balls flavored with saffron). The More
    901 Columbus San Francisco CA 94133
    Close to the Art Institute, 901 Columbus Caffe host many artsy, young patrons. The WiFi, comfy couches, and delicious food keep them coming back. In the morning, grab a crispy waffle or a breakfast burrito alongside your coffee. The baristas are artists themselves, drawing beautiful art using milk, espresso, and More
    55 Music Concourse San Francisco CA 94118
    1634 Bush San Francisco CA 94109
    This mom-and-pop serves fresh Mandarin fare minus the MSG, which makes it popular with the health-conscious denizens of Pacific Heights. Try the potstickers, shrimp with black bean sauce, or mint beef, and be sure to make good use of the house-made spicy mustard. The decor is simple ― plain tables More
    1303 Polk San Francisco CA 94109
    Aicha offers homey, full-flavored Moroccan cooking, served in a small storefront that has been painted peach and hung with glass Moroccan lanterns. The tagines, served in small versions of the conical pots they're named for, are mostly wonderful, especially the lamb shanks cooked with prunes, and the kefta tagine: small More
    531 Haight San Francisco CA 94117
    Formerly known as Ali Baba's Cave More
    535 Scott San Francisco CA 94117
    1972 Lombard San Francisco CA 94123
    CLOSED until June 2011. Chef/owner Leland Jung first nurtured a love of cooking while watching his father make dim sum dumplings at his Chinese restaurant. For his own venture, however, Jung eschews not only all meat, but all animal products, dairy, honey, wheat, and grains. Oh, and cooking. Raw cuisine More
    5238 Diamond Heights Blvd. San Francisco CA 94131
    This expansive Cantonese restaurant, on the second floor of Diamond Heights' Safeway complex, is built for higher-end banquets. All Season Restaurant has a Chinese-American menu as well as a long, elaborate Cantonese menu with sections like "Chinese Folk Selections" and abalone dishes. While the seafood in the tanks looks pretty More
    101 Spear St. San Francisco CA 94105
    1919 Union St. San Francisco CA 94123
    Eat at American Cupcake and you'll feel like a kid in a candy store, but it's not just about dessert. The Marina-based restaurant serves all-American comfort food like waffle fries, mac 'n' cheese, hot dogs, and Tater Tots, along with its amazingly sweet confections. You can watch your cotton candy More
    1298 Market San Francisco CA 94102
    Given its grotty corner and windowless exterior, it's always a shock to enter Ananda Fuara and find yourself in a such a bright space. From floor to ceiling, the room is painted Crayola's version of sky blue, and the servers wear equally sunny uniforms (men in royal blue shirt and More
    83 Minna San Francisco CA 94105
    This casual but chic fish house from the Rosenthal brothers (chefs Steve and Mitchell) and their partner, Doug Washington, joins their other downtown favorites, Town Hall and Salt House. The setting, a renovated turn-of-the-19th-century warehouse, has exposed brick, painted wood floors, and a sprinkling of maritime antiques. The seasonal, fish-heavy More
    235 California St. San Francisco CA 94111
    6000 California San Francisco CA 94121
    This Richmond District deli is a neighborhood destination for coffee and tasty breakfast pastries. Lunch dishes at Angelina's are popular as well, especially slabs of the meatloaf, salads, and vegetable lasagna. With plenty of outdoor seating and no wireless connection for laptop jockeys, Angelina's feels like a European cafe ― More
    2261 Shattuck Berkeley CA 94704
    All the classic NOLA specialties are on offer at this friendly brick-walled storefront cafe: hushpuppies, gumbo, jambalaya, blackened fish, barbecue shrimp, catfish, po'boys, beignets, loud music. Originals among Angeline's creations include baked crawfish-stuffed shrimp in piquante sauce and Bananas Foster bread pudding. We wish the fried chicken weren't boneless, but More
    1434 18th St. San Francisco CA 94107
    In a city with distinctive neighborhood restaurants, this is one of the best (and therefore worth a trip out of yours). It doesn't take reservations for parties of fewer than six, but call ahead and you'll get the first free table when you arrive at this snug, nicely decorated corner More
    1506 Fillmore San Francisco CA 94115
    Almost every popular Korean dish (bi bim bap rice bowls, stews, soups, seafood pancakes, grilled barbecued meats - more than 100 choices) is on offer in this casual spot with breathtaking-for-San-Francisco hours (it's open every day except Sunday until 2 a.m.). Some of the plates are plastic, and there are More
    5041 Geary San Francisco CA 94118
    Sushi bars and sports bars don't typically overlap in the Bay Area, but at tiny Ariake, you can sip an Asahi, tuck into an assortment of rolls or a teriyaki-drenched entrée, and watch a game on the flat-screen TV positioned behind the bar. The servers are friendly and prices are More
    509 Valencia San Francisco CA 94110
    Picky about your pizza? Arinell in the Mission caters to thin- and thick-crust aficionados, offering both Neapolitan and Sicilian-style pies. With little in the way of seating or ambiance, this place plays it straight and serves up slices and whole pizzas to go. Choose from among all the traditional toppings; More
    1268 Valencia San Francisco CA 94110
    This worker-owned cooperative is famous for its sourdough-crust pizzas (there's a different, occasionally whimsical topping every day), but it is equally adept at crafting organic-sustainable yet absolutely delectable scones, cookies, shortbread, pecan rolls, and morning muffins in great variety. Fragrant artisan breads are baked on a weekly schedule, and the More
    1331 Ninth Ave. San Francisco CA 94122
    This worker-owned cooperative is famous for its sourdough-crust pizzas (there's a different, occasionally whimsical topping every day), but it is equally adept at crafting organic-sustainable yet absolutely delectable scones, cookies, shortbread, pecan rolls, and morning muffins in great variety. Fragrant artisan breads are baked on a weekly schedule, and the More
    384 Hayes San Francisco CA 94102
    This charming small cafe, sister to fancy Absinthe down the street, has an especially pleasant large outdoor garden space with tree-shaded tables tucked behind it. There's good chow all day long, from house-baked pastries to lovely sandwiches, homemade soups, and moist roast chicken. It's close to Davies Hall and the More