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Wednesday, Dec 5 2012

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

Cafe du Soleil: 345 Third St. (at Folsom), 699-6154. SOMA. Café.

Capo's: 641 Vallejo (at Stockton), 986-8998, North Beach. Italian.

Chipotle Mexican Grill: 211 Sutter (at Kearny), 590-4199, Financial District. Mexican.

Chocolate Lab: 801 22nd St. (at Tennessee), 489-2881, Dogpatch. Chocolate shop.

Coast: 3815 Noriega (at 45th Ave.). Outer Sunset. Coffee and wine bar.

Corner Cafe: 5800 Third St. (at Carroll). Bayview/ Hunter's Point. American.

Crumbville: 3516 Balboa (at 36th Ave.), 750-1050. Outer Richmond. Coffee and tea.

Dandelion Chocolate: 740 Valencia (at 18th St.), Mission. Chocolate and pastries.

Dessert Papa: 2255 Judah (at 28th Ave.), 681-3189. Outer Sunset. Desserts.

Dynamo Donut and Coffee: Marina Green (Baker), Marina. Donuts.

Et Al: 2255 Polk (at Green), Russian Hill. Wine bar.

Fish N Gari: 1718 Polk (at Clay), 814-3889. Nob Hill. Sushi bar.

Golden Gate Grill: 449 Powell (at Sutter), Third Floor, Union Square. American.

Kitchen Story: 3499 16th St. (at Sanchez), 525-4945, Castro. Breakfast, brunch, Asian fusion.

Little Chihuahua: 581 Valencia (at 17th St.), Mission. Mexican.

Old Shanghai: 5145 Geary (at 16th Ave.), 386-0388. Inner Richmond. Chinese.

The One Sushi & Lounge: 429 Gough (at Hayes), Hayes Valley. Sushi.

OneUP: 345 Stockton (at Sutter), 848-6187. Union Square. American.

Reveille Coffee: 222 Columbus (at Pacific). North Beach. Coffee shop.

Root: 685 Third St. (at Townsend). SOMA. Thai.

Stanza Coffee: 3126 16th St. (at Valencia), 926-5024, Mission. Coffee.

Tava Indian Kitchen: 163 Second St. (at Natoma), 543-8282, SOMA. Indian.

Terrific Thai: 494 Haight (at Fillmore), 552-2960, Haight. Thai.

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