GUIDE: San Francisco

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    Delica Sushi Bar

    1 Ferry Building, Shop 45

    Embarcadero

    Cuisine: Japanese, Sushi

    $$$

    “Devotees of the lush, California-inspired Japanese food to go at Delica ... will be ecstatic to learn that Delica serves sushi at tables in the evenings.”—San Francisco Examiner READ REVIEW

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    Destino

    1815 Market St.

    Hayes Valley

    Cuisine: Fusion, Latin American

    $$

    In the San Francisco Food Lover's Guide, Patricia Unterman calls Destino “a vibrant, sexy Latin American tapas bar in an easily overlooked location.” READ REVIEW

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    Dosa

    1700 Fillmore St.

    Fillmore

    Cuisine: Indian

    $$

    Meticulously sourced ingredients at this ambitious restaurant go into excellent dosas and entrees says Michael Bauer of the San Francisco Chronicle READ REVIEW

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    Dynamo Donuts

    110 Yacht Rd.

    Marina

    Cuisine: Bakery

    $

    The morning fog that hovers over Dynamo Donut & Coffee’s Spanish-style kiosk in the Marina Green will immediately lift as the barista brews your Four Barrel espresso. READ REVIEW

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    Farm:Table

    754 Post St.

    Civic Center

    Cuisine: New American

    $

    Open for breakfast and lunch only, “This microcafé is as long on charm as it is short on space.” says San Francisco Magazine and we couldn't agree more. READ REVIEW

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    Farmerbrown

    25 Mason St.

    Tenderloin

    Cuisine: Southern

    $$$

    “Jay Foster, who worked at Emmy's Spaghetti Shack and BlueJay Cafe, is the maestro of this ‘neo-soul food’ restaurant, which features Southern-style organic comfort food. The cuisine may be country, but his ideas are urbane.”—SF Gate READ REVIEW

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    Fivetenburger

    Location varies

    Berkeley

    Cuisine: Californian, New American, Sandwich

    $

    Each morning Roland Robles wakes up with a mission. He’s “dishing out what he calls ‘America’s favorite food’—the burger.” —Oakland North READ REVIEW

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    Fondue Cowboy

    1052 Folsom St.

    SOMA

    Cuisine: New American

    $$

    Between a well-edited list of wines on tap and the zesty spring salads, owner David Mur seems intent on setting the gold standard for the city’s fondue. READ REVIEW

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    Gather

    2200 Oxford St.

    Berkeley

    Cuisine: New American

    $$

    Find out why Sean Baker was chosen as chef of the year by Esquire magazine and Gather one of the 20 best restaurants of 2010. READ REVIEW

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    Goood Frickin' Chicken

    10 29th St.

    Bernal Heights

    Cuisine: Mediterranean, Middle Eastern

    $$

    The Rotisserie Chicken from Goood Frickin’ Chicken: Number 42 on the Weekly’s Best of S.F. List —San Francisco Weekly READ REVIEW


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