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A weekly listing of new dining spots around town. To recommend a spot, e-mail fresheats.

Bask SF: 42 Columbus (at Jackson), 392-2275, www.basksf.com. North Beach. Basque and Spanish.

Cajun House: 308 Fifth Ave. (at Clement), 340-8180. Inner Richmond. Cajun and creole.

Central Kitchen: 782 Florida (at 20th St.), 826-7004, www.centralkitchensf.com. Mission. American.

Comal: 2020 Shattuck (at University), Berkeley, (510) 926-6300. Mexican.

Live Sushi Mission: 4808 Mission (at Onondaga), 585-5055, www.livesushimission.com. Excelsior. Sushi.

Marbella: 2323 Polk (at Green), 441-2244. Polk Gulch. Spanish.

Nick's Pizza: 6211 Shattuck (at 63rd St.), Oakland, (510) 658-3903, www.oaklandstylepizza.com. Pizza.

Nopalito: 1224 Ninth Ave. (at Irving), 233-9966, www.nopalitosf.com. Inner Sunset. Mexican.

St. Vincent: 1270 Valencia (at 24th St.), 285-1200. Mission. American.

Troya Fillmore: 2125 Fillmore (at Sacramento), 563-1000, www.troyasf.com. Pacific Heights. Turkish and Mediterranean.

West of Pecos: 550 Valencia (at 16th St.), 437-2722, www.westofpecos.com. Mission. American, Tex-Mex.

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