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

Candy Darling: 796 Sutter (at Jones), 346-1500. Tenderloin. Handmade candy and chocolate.

City Grill: 4123 24th St. (at Castro), 285-2400. Noe Valley. American.

City Kebab: 1338 Polk (at Pine), 440-4410. Tenderloin. Mediterranean.

Heaven's Dog: 1148 Mission (at Seventh St.), 310-9530. SOMA. Chinese.

Humphry Slocombe: 2790 Harrison (at 24th St.), 550-6971, www.humphryslocombe.com. Mission. Ice cream.

Osha Thai: 2922 Diamond (at Bosworth), 586-8742, www.oshathai.com. Glen Park. Thai.

Paulette Macarons: 437a Hayes (at Gough), 864-2400, www.paulettemacaronssf.com. Hayes Valley. Patisserie.

Phat Philly: 3388 24th St. (at Mission), 550-7428. Mission. Philly cheesesteaks.

Saffron Grill: 1279 Fulton (at Divisadero), 567-5100, www.saffrongrillsf.com. Panhandle. Northern Indian.

Samovar Tea Lounge: 297 Page (at Laguna), 861-0303, www.samovartea.com. Hayes Valley. Tea.

Sellers Market: 721 Market (at Third St.), 615-0341, www.sellersmarkets.com. Downtown. Salads and sandwiches.

Triple Crown: 1760 Market (at Octavia), 863-3516, www.triplecrownsf.com. Hayes Valley. Californian.

Tuttimelon: 601 Broadway (at Grant), www.tuttimelon.com. North Beach. Frozen yogurt.

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