Recent Openers

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

b. patisserie: After more than a year of pop-ups, pastry chef extraordinaire Belinda Leong has opened a Pacific Heights bakery peddling her luscious French pastries, including candy-colored macarons and the buttery, lusted-after kouign amann. 2821 California, 440-1700.

Curry Up Now: Super-popular food truck lands a permanent home in the Valencia corridor. Expect the truck's signature Indian-flavored burritos along with thalis, deconstructed samosas, burgers, open-faced naan sandwiches, and more. 659 Valencia, 650-477-1001. curryupnow.com.

Garaje: This Asian-inflected sports bar/taco joint will draw punters from all over SOMA for its booze-friendly food like mortaditas: a generous pile of beef taquitos with pico, guac, and melted cheese. 475 Third St., 664-0838.

Hi Lo BBQ: California-style BBQ in the Mission means sake-glazed pork belly, Bourbon-Sriracha glazed duck wings, pho with smoked brisket, and drinks by roving cocktail consultant Scott Beattie. 3416 19th St., 874-9211. hilobbqsf.com.

Shorty Goldstein's: New FiDi lunch spot has everything you'd want from a deli: pastrami, brisket, egg creams, chopped liver, matzo ball soup, latkes, knishes, and at breakfast, matzah brei and challah French toast. 126 Sutter, 986-2676. shortygoldsteins.com.

Speakeasy Tap Room: The local brewery's new, 12-tap Hunters Point taproom is speakeasy-themed, naturally. No grub at the moment, but you're welcome to bring your own, and there are occasional food trucks on Friday night. 1195 Evans, 642-3371. goodbeer.com.

Stock in Trade: Marina gastropub serving comfort food with a heavy emphasis on bacon (seriously: bacon caramel popcorn, bacon poutine, bacon-crusted ice cream sandwiches all grace the menu). Plus, there's a half court in the dining room for bocce ball. 2036 Lombard, 829-3000. stockintrade.com.

Waraku: Ramen in multiple varieties is the focus of this new Japantown joint — including tonkotsu, shoyu, and dipping noodles — though the menu also features Japanese favorites like octopus balls, gyoza, and karaage. 1638 Post, 292-3388. facebook.com/warakuramen.

 
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