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

Bar888: 888 Howard (at Fifth St., in the Intercontinental Hotel), 616-6566. SOMA. Grappa and cocktails.

Candybar: 1335 Fulton (at Divisadero), 673-7078, www.candybarsf.com. Western Addition. Wine bar and dessert.

Clementine: 126 Clement (at Second Ave.), 387-0408. Inner Richmond. French.

Domo: 511 Laguna (at Linden), 861-8887, www.domosf.com. Hayes Valley. Sushi.

Double Decker: 465 Grove (at Gough), 552-8042. Hayes Valley. Burgers and traditional American.

Fifth Floor: 12 Fourth Street (at Market, in the Hotel Palomar), 348-1555. Union Square. French and Californian.

Ike's Place: 3506 16th St. (at Sanchez), 553-6888. Castro. Gourmet sandwiches and burgers.

Jackie's Vinoteca: 105 Valencia (at McCoppin), 864-5525. SOMA. Sandwiches and salads.

L'Ardoise: 151 Noe (at Henry), 437-2600, www.ardoisesf.com. Castro. French.

Le Club: 1250 Jones (at Clay), 922-2582, www.leclubsf.com. Nob Hill/Russian Hill. Cocktails and classic American.

Luce: 888 Howard (at Fifth St., in the Intercontinental Hotel), 616-6566. SOMA. Californian and Italian.

Macau Friends: 2240 Irving (at 23rd Ave.), 665-7888. Outer Sunset. Cantonese and Portuguese.

Orson: 508 Fourth St. (at Bryant), 777-1508, www.orsonsf.com. SOMA. "Edgy" Californian.

Pasilla Mexican Grill: 359 Kearny (at Pine), 989-8077. Financial District. Mexican.

Poesia: 4072 18th St. (at Castro), 252-9325. Castro. Southern Italian.

Tataki Sushi and Sake Bar: 2815 California (at Divisadero), 931-1182. Pacific Heights. Sushi and sake.

Wine Jar: 1870 Fillmore (at Bush), 567-0843. Fillmore. Small plates and wine.

yoCup: 101 Spear (at Howard). SOMA. Frozen yogurt.

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