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Fresh Eats for the week of May 12-18, 2010 

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

Art's Tapas + Sushi Lounge: 2353 Lombard (at Pierce), 931-7900, www.artstapassushi.com. Marina. Spanish and Japanese.

Baan Thai House and Wine Bar: 534 Irving (at Sixth Ave.), 379-4505. Inner Sunset. Thai.

Bisou: 2367 Market (at 16th St.), 556-6200. Castro. French.

Ebisu: 336 Kearny (at Bush), 398-2388, www.ebisusushi.com. Financial District. Japanese.

Haltun Mayan Cuisine: 2948 21st St. (at Treat). Mission. Yucatecan/Mayan.

Hapa SF: 7000 Marina (at Sierra Point), twitter.com/hapasf. Brisbane/S.F. Filipino street food.

Loving Hut: Ground floor food court, Westfield San Francisco Centre, 865 Market (at Fifth St.), www.lovinghut.us. Downtown. Vegan.

The Marketplace at 331 Cortland: 331 Cortland (at Bennington), twitter.com/331Cortland. Bernal Heights. Deli, sandwiches, sushi.

Morph: 5344 Geary (at 17th Ave.), 742-5093. Inner Richmond. Japanese and Thai.

Mr. Pollo: 2823 Mission (at 24th St.), 375-1185. Mission. Colombian.

Parada 22: 1805 Haight (at Shrader), 750-1111. Haight. Puerto Rican.

Pica Pica Maize Kitchen: 401 Valencia (at 15th St.), 400-5453, www.picapicakitchen.com. Mission. Venezuelan.

Pizza Di Mano: 3331 24th St. (at Mission), 550-1452. Mission. Pizza.

Social Kitchen & Brewery: 1326 Ninth Ave. (at Irving), 681-0330, www.socialbrewsf.com. Inner Sunset. Brewpub.

Super Duper Burger: 2304 Market (at 16th St.), 558-8123. Castro. Burgers.

Terra Bakery and Cafe: 401 Gough (at Hayes), 863-2233. Hayes Valley. Baked goods.

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