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

Chili House: 726 Clement (at Eighth Ave.), 387-2658. Inner Richmond. Chinese.

Cocotte: 1521 Hyde (at Jackson), 292-4415, Nob Hill. French.

Dolce Amore: 1477 Van Ness (at Pine), 674-7716, Pacific Heights. Gelato and art gallery.

Eji's Ethiopian: 331 Cortland (at Bennington), (408) 806-1801. Bernal Heights. Ethiopian and vegan.

Evolution Fresh: 2201 Fillmore (at Sacramento), 922-1751, Pacific Heights. Juice bar and smoothies.

Freddie's Trattoria: 3409 Geary (at Commonwealth), 933-8808, Western Addition. Brazilian and Italian.

I-Crepe: 6909 Geary (at 33rd Ave.), 221-8888, Outer Richmond. Creperie and gelato.

Izakaya Roku: 1819 Market (at Pearl), 861-6500. Hayes Valley. Japanese.

Jimmy John's: 50 Post (at Kearny), 982-1234, Financial District. Sandwiches.

K-Pop: 499 Castro (at 18th St.), 252-9500, Castro. Korean.

Million Thai Restaurant and Bar: 385 Taylor (at O'Farrell), Tenderloin. Thai.

Nectar: 663 Haight (at Pierce). Lower Haight. Café.

Oodles: 4995 Mission (at Italy), 334-7241. Excelsior. Asian fusion.

Parlor 1255: 1255 Battery (at Greenwich), 249-0802. Embarcadero. Café.

Rosa Mexicano: 30 Mission (at Steuart), 874-4300, SOMA. Mexican.

Shandong Deluxe: 1042 Taraval (at 21st Ave.), 592-8801. Parkside. Chinese.

Suika Bento Cafe: 3378 18th St. (at Capp), 967-2636, Mission. Japanese café.

Tenmatsu: 336 Kearny (at Bush), 398-2388. Financial District. Japanese.

Wasabi Bistro: 524 Castro (at 19th St.), 701-0082. Castro. Sushi bar.


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