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

B's BBQ: 855 Divisadero (at McAllister), 525-3419. Western Addition. Texas-style barbecue.

Baby Blues BBQ: 3149 Mission (at Precita), 896-4250, www.babybluessf.com. Bernal Heights. Barbecue.

Cafe Mystique: 464 Castro (at 17th St.), www.cafemystiquesf.com. Castro. North African.

Crave: 2164 Polk (at Vallejo). Russian Hill. Sandwiches and salads.

Dosa on Fillmore: 1700 Fillmore (at Post), 441-3672, www.dosasf.com. Fillmore. South Indian.

Frapez: 4092 18th St. (at Castro), 503-1323. Castro. Smoothies and spa.

George's BBQ: 3231 24th St. (at Capp), 550-1010. Mission. Barbecue.

Henry's Hunan: 1708 Church (at 29th St.), 826-9189, www.henryshunanrestaurant.com. Noe Valley. Hunanese.

King of Thai Noodles: 1268 Grant (at Vallejo), 391-8219, www.kingofthainoodlehouse.com. North Beach. Noodles and karaoke.

Lalola: 1358 Mason (at Pacific), 981-5652. Russian Hill. Tapas.

Loving Cup: 2356 Polk (at Union), 440-6900. Russian Hill. Frozen rice desserts.

Midpoint: 1233 Polk (at Bush), 440-9099. Tenderloin. American.

Piazza Market: 627 Vallejo (at Columbus), www.piazzamarket.com. North Beach. Italian cafe and deli.

Specchio: 2331 Mission (at 20th St.), 956-5528. Mission. Northern Italian.

Swirl Culture: 211 O'Farrell (at Powell), www.swirlculture.com. Union Square. Frozen yogurt.

Tropisueno: 75 Yerba Buena (at Market), 243-0299, www.tropisueno.com. SOMA. Mexican and cocktails.

Yoppi: 475 Sansome (at Clay), www.yoppiyogurt.com. Financial District. Frozen yogurt.

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