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Recent Openers October 29-November 4, 2014 

Tuesday, Oct 28 2014

Arguello: The Presidio is now home to one more restaurant with the casual cousin of Traci des Jardins' The Commissary. The menu is Mexican — think tacos and quesadillas on housemade tortillas. Dinner will have more extensive plates. 50 Moraga Ave.,

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,

Mochina: Potrero Hill is the new home for this much-loved Peruvian restaurant, formerly of SOMA. There are ceviches, there are tapas, there is quinoa risotto, and most importantly, there are now pisco sours and mango mojitos thanks to an inherited liquor license. 1469 18th St.,

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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