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SF Weekly Recent Openers January 29-February 25, 2014 

Wednesday, Jan 29 2014
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Bun Mee: The Fillmore banh mi shop opens a second location in the Financial District, offering Franco-Vietnamese sandwiches, salads, and fish and chips with red curry and sweet potato fries. 650 Market, 800-7696, bunmee.co.

CDXX: Bayview's new bistro has a New American slant to the menu and a wide range of burgers with fancy toppings ($11-$17). But its real claim to fame is its Croughnut, a knockoff of Manhattan's famed Cronut. 5800 Third St., 652-5450, cdxx.co.

Estela's Sandwiches: Another beloved business returns to Haight and Fillmore after it was destroyed by fire two-and-a-half years ago. Expect lots of sandwiches (including several veggie options), fresh juices, smoothies, baked goods, and other treats. 250 Fillmore, 864-1850.

Mazza Luna: This Lebanese extension of Hayes Valley's Mazzat serves up shawarma and other Mediterranean specialties in a stylish, gray-hued cafe. 810 Van Ness, 829-2730, mazzaluna.com.

Super Duper Burger: The seventh location of this popular burger chain has opened in the FiDi near the Embarcadero. Expect the usual menu of Niman Ranch burgers, free-range chicken sandwiches, Straus milkshakes, and local beer and wine. 98 Mission, 974-1200, superdupersf.com.

Three Twins: Two years after the Haight/Fillmore scoop shop was destroyed in a fire, the organic, innovative ice cream store is back with 12 flavors, ice cream sandwiches, and pints-to-go. 254 Fillmore, 487-8946, threetwinsicecream.com.

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