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Blue Fig: 990 Valencia (at 21st St). Mission. Coffeehouse and sandwiches.

Cranky Boots: Sundays only at 331 Cortland, 331 Cortland (at Bennington), twitter.com/crankybootspops. Bernal Heights. Popsicles.

Dogpatch Cafe: 2295 Third St. (at 20th St.), 255-9982. Dogpatch/Potrero. Cafe/coffeehouse.

Fatted Calf: 320 Fell (at Gough), 400-5614, www.fattedcalf.com. Hayes Valley. Deli.

Freshii: 230 Bush (at Sansome), www.freshii.com. Financial District. Burritos, wraps, soups, and salads.

Jones: 620 Jones (at Post), 614-9265, www.620-jones.com. Nob Hill. Cocktails and brunch.

Macellato, The Sandwich: 59 Columbus (at Jackson). North Beach. Sandwiches.

Onigilly: Justin Herman Plaza (Market and Embarcadero), http://onigilly.blogspot.com. Embarcadero. Japanese food cart.

Plow: 199 18th St. (at Texas), 821-7569. Potrero Hill. Breakfast and lunch.

Ragazza: 311 Divisadero (at Page). Panhandle. Neapolitan pizza.

Sidekick: 1 Ferry Building (Market and Embarcadero), www.cowgirlcreamery.com. Embarcadero. Dairy cafe.

Smokin' Warehouse Barbecue: 1465 Carroll (at Jennings), 648-8881. Bayview. Breakfast and barbecue.

The Summit: 780 Valencia (at 19th St.), 861-5330. Mission. New American.

Tataki South: 1740 Church (at 29th St.), 282-1889. Noe Valley. Sushi.

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