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Creating restaurant list for San Francisco - new ones??

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Heading back for our almost annual trip to San Francisco. We missed last year due to being in France, so last trip was October 2011.

Looking for suggestions for places that are new within the past 2 years. We have been to many of the top eateries, and we try to always do new ones with a few favorites that are on the must do list [Tadish Grill and Chez Panisse are always on the list].

No Mexican, Latin, Asian or Indian as we can get that at home. Seafood, fish, California are always favorites!

Thanks~

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