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A weekly listing of new restaurants around town 

A weekly listing of new restaurants around town

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

B Restaurant & Bar: 720 Howard (between Third and Fourth sts.), in Yerba Buena Gardens, 495-9800. South of Market. California cuisine.

Biondivino: 1415 Green (at Polk), 673-2320, Russian Hill. Italian wine, gourmet grocery.

Bi-Rite Creamery & Bakeshop: 3692 18th St. (at Dolores), 626-5600, Mission. Ice cream and other desserts.

Café Venue: 67 Fifth Street (at Jessie), 546-1144, South of Market. Cafe, brunch, sandwiches.

Holy Gelato!: 1392 Ninth Ave. (at Judah), 681-3061, Inner Sunset. Dessert, cafe.

La Terrasse: 215 Lincoln (at Anza), the Presidio, 922-DINE (3463), Presidio. French brasserie.

Mercury Appetizer Bar: 1434 Lombard (at Van Ness), 922-1434,, Marina. Asian small plates.

Namu: 439 Balboa (at Sixth Ave.), 386-8332, Inner Richmond. Fusion.

Pres a Vi: One Letterman (near Chestnut and Lyon), 409-3000, Presidio. International, wine bar.

Sugarlump Coffee Lounge: 2862 24th St. (at Bryant), 826-5867, Mission. Cafe, pastries, savory pies.

Umami: 2909 Webster (at Union), 346-3431, Cow Hollow. Asian street food.

Weird Fish: 2193 Mission (at 18th St.), 863-4744. Mission. Seafood.

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