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Recent Openers October 8-14, 2014 

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A weekly listing of new dining spots around town. To recommend a place, e-mail fresheats@sfweekly.com.

The Hall: Mid-Market's new food hall has stands from The Whole Beast, Little Green Cyclo, Fine & Rare, Cassia, Raj & Singh, and a bar from Anchor Spirits. Open 8 a.m.-8 p.m., with a happy hour from 5 p.m. onward. 1028 Market, thehallsf.com.

Lazy Bear: The long-anticipated brick-and-mortar from the insanely popular underground supper club is now open in the Mission. Diners can purchase tickets online for a dinner of "elevenish" courses for $120 (booze pairings are an extra $50); seatings are nightly at 6 and 8:15. This already looks to be one of the buzziest openings of the fall. 3416 19th St., 874-9921, lazybearsf.com.

Le Marais Bistro: The Marina's French bakery has expanded with a full-service bistro. Expect fare like whipped burrata with heirloom cucumbers, housemade pasta with eggplant and lamb sausage, and za'atar-crusted tuna with charred corn. 2066 Chestnut, 359-9801, lemaraisbistro.com.

Pinhole Coffee: Bernal Heights has a twee new coffee shop with a solid pedigree: It's owned by a Blue Bottle alum, and gets its beans from Linnea Cafe. How twee, you ask? There are no chairs, only tree stumps. 231 Cortland, pinholecoffee.com.

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