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Andrew Jaeger's House of Seafood & Jazz: 300 Columbus (at Broadway), 781-8222. North Beach. New Orleans Creole.

Café de la Presse: 352 Grant (at Bush), 398-2680, www.cafedelapresse.com. Downtown. French.

Citizen Thai & the Monkey Noodle Bar: 1268 Grant (at Vallejo), 364-0008, www.citizenthai.com. North Beach. Thai, Bangkok-style street food.

Coffee to the People: 1206 Masonic (at Haight), 626-2435, www.coffeetothepeople.com. Haight. Cafe.

Mangosteen: 601 Larkin (at Eddy), 776-3999. Civic Center. Vietnamese.

Medicine Eatstation: 161 Sutter (at Kearny), 677-4405, www.medicinerestaurant.com. Downtown. Japanese.

Ono Hawaiian BBQ: 1501 Sloat (at Evergreen), 681-6388, www.onohawaiianbbq.com. Sunset. Hawaiian.

Oye! Managua: 3385 Mission (at 30th St.), 821-2702. Mission. Nicaraguan.

Range: 842 Valencia (at 20th St.), 282-8283. Mission. Seasonal American.

Sneaky Tiki: 1582 Folsom (at 12th St.), 701-8454. South of Market. Hawaiian, Asian.

Supperclub: 657 Harrison (at Third St.), 348-0900, www.supperclubsf.com. South of Market. French-Italian fusion.

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