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Recent Openers December 10-16, 2014 

Tuesday, Dec 9 2014
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Emmy's Spaghetti Shack: Everyone's favorite purveyor of spaghetti and meatballs has moved down the street. The new digs are bigger, but the eclectic décor, community vibe, and stick-to-your-ribs food promise to remain the same. 3230 Mission, 206-2086, emmysspaghettishack.com

Hapa Ramen: After years of pop-ups, chef and divisive tweeter Richie Nakano finally has his own brick-and-mortar in the Mission. The new spot isn't just soup though: Look for fried chicken-stuffed steam buns, sweet and spicy pork ribs, and more. 2293 Mission, haparamensf.com

Indochine Vegan: Budget Vietnamese standby Sunflower closed suddenly on Valencia last month, but the owners have opened this all-vegan restaurant next door. Expect a wallet-friendly, pan-Asian menu with everything from pho to curry to teriyaki "chicken." 508 Valencia, 701-0700, indochinevegan.com

Mr. Holmes Bakehouse: Come for the Cruffin, a croissant-muffin hybrid, and California Croissant, stuffed with nori, salmon, ginger, and wasabi; stay for the Tendernob cafe's eminently Instagrammable pink neon sign that reads: "I got baked in San Francisco." 1042 Larkin, mrholmesbakehouse.com

Seed + Salt: Vegan and gluten-free cafe in the Marina offers gf baked goods, healthy breakfast options, a wide assortment of salads, and more substantial dishes like a beet burger, quinoa falafel, and a daily rotating hot plate. 2240 Chestnut, 677-1440, seedandsalt.com

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