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Recent Openers September 24-30, 2014 

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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, hechoinsf.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.

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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