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Recent Openers February 5-12, 2014 

Wednesday, Feb 5 2014

CDXX: Bayview's new bistro has a New American slant to the menu and a wide range of burgers with fancy toppings ($11-$17). But its real claim to fame is its Croughnut, a knockoff of Manhattan's famed Cronut. 5800 Third St., 652-5450,

Estela's Sandwiches: Another beloved business returns to Haight and Fillmore after it was destroyed by fire two-and-a-half years ago. Expect lots of sandwiches (including several veggie options), fresh juices, smoothies, baked goods, and other treats. 250 Fillmore, 864-1850.

Lolo: The Mission's popular Mexican restaurant has moved to a colorful new spot on Valencia, all the better to showcase its Jalisco-focused cuisine, including Dungeness crab croquetas and panko-encrusted avocado tacos. A new cocktail list is all about the mezcal. 974 Valencia, 643-5656,

Mazza Luna: This Lebanese extension of Hayes Valley's Mazzat serves up shawarma and other Mediterranean specialties in a stylish, gray-hued cafe. 810 Van Ness, 829-2730,

Manos Nouveau: The theme is upscale Latin, the cuisine's focus is the flavors of Mexico and Peru, and the menu has three kinds of ceviche along with entrees like duck breast in squash sauce and grilled ribeye over pan-seared Brussels sprouts. 3115 22nd St., 638-6109,

Super Duper Burger: The seventh location of this popular burger chain has opened in the FiDi near the Embarcadero. Expect the usual menu of Niman Ranch burgers, free-range chicken sandwiches, Straus milkshakes, and local beer and wine. 98 Mission, 974-1200,

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