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

Baker and Banker: 1701 Octavia (at Bush), 321-2500, www.bakerandbanker.com. Pacific Heights. New American.

Delarosa: 2175 Chestnut (at Pierce), 673-7100, www.delarosasf.com. Marina. Roman.

Don Pistos: 510 Union (at Grant), 891-8437, www.donpistos.com. North Beach. Mexican.

Frances: 3870 17th St. (at Noe), 621-3870, www.frances-sf.com. Castro. Californian and French.

Kasa: 3115 Fillmore (at Filbert), 896-4008, www.kasaindian.com. Marina. Indian.

Nombe: 2491 Mission (at 21st St.), 681-7150, www.nombesf.com. Mission. Izakaya.

Pera: 1457 18th St. (at Missouri), 796-3812. Potrero Hill. Mediterranean.

The Plant Cafe: 101 California (at Pine), 693-9730, www.theplantcafe.com. Financial District. Organic cafe.

The Republic: 3213 Scott (at Lombard), 817-1337, www.republicsf.com. Marina. Craft beer and grill.

Sandbox Bakery: 833 Cortland (at Gates), 642-8580, www.sandboxbakerysf.com. Bernal Heights. Baked goods.

Stone Korean Kitchen: 4 Embarcadero Center, street level (Clay and Embarcadero), 839-4070, www.stonekoreankitchen.com. Financial District. Korean.

To Hyang: 3815 Geary (at Second Ave.), 668-8186. Inner Richmond. Korean.

YamaSho: 1161 Post (at Polk), 346-2222. Tenderloin. Izakaya.

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