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Horner's Corner: Noe Valley's latest bistro (in the space formerly known as Noe's Bar) has a New American menu that prominently features pizzas from its brick oven. It's also offering brunch right out of the gate, and its activity-filled kids menu illustrates the place's family-friendly vibe. 1199 Church, 282-4007, hornerscornersf.com.
ICHI Sushi + Ni Bar: The beloved Bernal Heights sushi bar's long-anticipated expansion has finally arrived. Up front is a 30-seat sushi bar, in back is an izakaya with hot food and a number of sakes. 3282 Mission, 525-4750, ichisushi.com.
Long Bridge Pizza: Dogpatch has a new pizzeria from alums of A16, the PizzaHacker, and Tony's Pizza Napoletana. The offerings are pretty sparse out of the gate – margherita, pepperoni, sausage, and white – but the pies are large and satisfying. 2347 Third St.,829-8999, longbridgepizza.com.
The Pizza Shop: A former New Jersey pizzamaker has opened this new slice shop at Folsom and Mission, offering options like a white pie with spinach and the Meat-O with pepperoni, sausage, and meatball. 3104 24th St., 824-1840.
Prubechu: The first restaurant to feature the food of Guam has come to the Mission in the former Roxy's Cafe space. Guam natives Shawn Naputi and Shawn Camacho, formerly of Roxy's, are running the spot, peddling the country's blend of Asian and Spanish flavors. 2847 Mission, 952-3654.
Reveille Coffee: Known for its FiDi coffee cart and triangular North Beach cafe, this popular coffee shop now has a third home in the Castro. Along with coffee, it'll be slinging hot and cold breakfast items, inventive sandwiches and salads at lunch, and assorted flatbreads at dinner. 4076 16th St., reveillecoffee.com.
Socola Chocolatier + Barista: Sriracha chocolates, Four Barrel Coffee chocolates, and more unusual sweet treats are found at this Vietnamese-inspired chocolatier in SoMa. 535 Folsom, 484-6686, socolachocolates.com.