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Recent Openers November 5-11, 2014 

Tuesday, Nov 4 2014

Dosa Dosa: A new street vendor has popped up by the Montgomery BART station serving South Indian-style dosas to hungry commuters. For your filling, choose between potato-pea curry, paneer, or a mix of the two. 598 Market,

Huxley: Brett Cooper was the consulting chef on this new, small farm-to-table bistro in the Tenderloin, helmed by alums of Bar Agricole, Saison, and Sons & Daughters. The décor is vintage schoolhouse, and the wine list is mostly focused on Burgundy, France. 846 Geary, 800-8223,

Liquid Gold: There sure are a lot of great local microbrews and boutique wineries. Luckily there's one more place to sample their goods at this new Nob Hill bar and bottle shop, which has 30 beers on tap and many more in the fridge. 1040 Hyde, 660-5142,

Orenchi Beyond: The wait in line at this ramen shop's first location, in Santa Clara, can top two hours. There's no telling how long San Franciscans will wait on Valencia for some of Orenchi's famed tonkotsu. 174 Valencia,

Pink Zebra: Following the Mission Chinese Food model of opening a restaurant inside another restaurant, former MCF chef Jesse Koide has popped up down the street at Tao Yin. The menu is traditional Japanese with a Mediterranean twist, because why not? 3515 20th St., 335-9752.

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