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Recent Openers September 17-23, 2014 

Tuesday, Sep 16 2014
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Choux Bakery: Some may proclaim the Lower Haight "over" with the arrival of this gourmet cream puff shop, but they should at least sample the fancy fillings, including hazelnut, passionfruit, and rum cream, before passing judgment. 242 Filmore, chouxsf.com.

Dim Sum Club: Early reports are favorable for this new Russian Hill spot serving dim sum all day. No carts, but Shanghai soup dumplings are on the menu, so it all evens out. 2550 Van Ness, 529-2615.

Doc Ricketts: 40-seat restaurant atop North Beach's new music and comedy venue Doc's Lab features updated bistro fare like halibut confit, housemade charcuterie, and a pork chop with maple and spatzle. 124 Columbus, 555-1400, docricketts.com.

Hecho: Upscale Mexican comes to Duboce Triangle. Eclectic tacos are the star (duck mole, prawn and chorizo, fried avocado, etc.), but there are also items like a beef cheek quesadilla, half a roasted chicken with cilantro chimichurri sauce, and plenty of tequila- and mezcal-based cocktails. 2200 Market, 926-5630, banditosinsf.com.

Noodles & Company: Everything from mac and cheese to pad thai is available at this fast-casual noodle-themed restaurant in the Metreon. Pick your base, pick your size, pick your protein, and enjoy your carb-loaded lunch. 135 Fourth St., 979-0793, noodles.com/metreon.

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