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Bite: 912 Sutter (at Leavenworth), 563-2483. Tenderloin. Sandwiches.

Blush: 219 King (at Third St.), 882-9889, SOMA. Frozen yogurt.

Cako: 211 O' Farrell (at Powell), 404-7303, Downtown. Baked goods.

Deep: 1740 Church (at 29th St.), 648-3337. Noe Valley. Japanese.

Fraîche: 1900 Fillmore (at Bush), 674-6876, Pacific Heights. Frozen yogurt.

Hi-Tea: 110 Bush (at Battery), no phone. Financial District. Vietnamese and gelato.

Ironside: 680 Second St. (at Brannan), 896-1127, SOMA. Soup, sandwiches, and pizza.

Nubi: Lakeshore Plaza, 1511 Sloat (at Everglade), Outer Sunset. Frozen yogurt.

Out the Door: 2232 Bush (at Fillmore), 923-9575. Pacific Heights. American and Vietnamese.

Pauline's Wine Bar: 260 Valencia (at 14th St.), 552-2050, Mission. Small plates.

Petrino: 322 Kearny (at Bush), 391-3737, Financial District. Mediterranean.

Pi Bar: 1432 Valencia (at 25th St.), 970-9670, Mission. Pizza and pasta.

Prime Rib Shabu: 308 Fifth Ave. (at Clement), 379-4678. Inner Richmond. Japanese.

Quince: 470 Pacific (at Montgomery), 775-8500, North Beach. Italian.

Sage Lounge: 1601 Howard (at 12th St.), 552-7243, SOMA. Sandwiches and pastries.

Three Seasons: 3317 Steiner (at Chestnut), 567-1008, Marina. Vietnamese.

Tony's Pizza Napoletana: 1570 Stockton (at Union), 835-9888. North Beach. Pizza.

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