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A weekly listing of new restaurants around town

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Bar Drake: 450 Powell (between Sutter & Post), 392-7755 ext. 226, www.bardrake.com. Union Square. Speakeasy inside Sir Francis Drake Hotel.

Ducca: 50 Third St. (between Market & Mission), 977-0271, www.duccasf.com. SOMA. Venetian.

Farina Focaccia & Cucina Italiana: 3560 18th St. (at Dearborn), 565-0360. Mission. Ligurian (Italian).

Laïola: 2031 Chestnut (at Fillmore), 346-5641, www.laiola.com. Marina. Spanish.

Metro Kathmandu: 311 Divisadero (at Page), 552-0903, www.metrokathmandu.com. NOPA. Nepalese small plates.

Mexico DF: 139 Steuart (at Mission), 808-1048. Embarcadero. Mexican.

Patisserie Phillipe: 655 Townsend (between Seventh & Eighth sts.), 558-8016, www.patisseriephillipe.com. SOMA. French pastries.

Palmetto: 2032 Union (between Webster & Buchanan), 931-5006. Marina. Mediterranean.

Spruce: 3640 Sacramento (at Spruce), 931-5100, www.sprucesf.com. Presidio Heights. Mediterranean.

Sudachi: 1217 Sutter (at Polk), 623-8625. Polk Gulch. Sushi and Asian tapas.

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