Thrillist

The 15 Best New Burgers in America

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Thrillist

SF’S 11 Best New Restaurants of the Year

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7x7

The Big Sweet: 50 Treats to Eat Before You Die

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Thrillist

The American burger is part Whopper and part Double-Double, but, like, a bazillion times better than either.

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SF Gate

To see how restaurant design has evolved in the last few decades, you need to look no further than Causwells

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Infinite Legroom

This neighborhood newbie is super cozy and their burger will blow your mind. The Americana comes with a special house sauce, pickles and crispy onions. Oh, and two char grilled patties with cheese. Hot damn.

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Tablehopper

The food is designed to share, which fits with the easygoing and social vibe of the place.

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Inside Scoop

Looking at the concrete floors, raw unfinished walls, and hanging light fixtures made from the pedestals of  the Bechelli’s bar stools, is a study of where restaurant design has gone over the last few decades.

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Inside Scoop

The deviled egg trend continues to grow

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Mashable

Causwells, a new addition in the Marina District, is an upscale casual American bistro with a smattering of classic American and European-influenced dishes.

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SF Eater

This casual new bistro comes from two restaurant vets, with a Flour + Water alum in the kitchen.

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Inside Scoop

in a nice tip of the cap to the neighborhood, the dessert menu features a bread pudding made with goods from nearby awesome place All-Star Donuts.

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SF Eater

Causwells location, adjacent to the Presidio Theater, will definitely make it a destination for movie dates.

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SF Gate

Butter takes center stage in Bay Area restaurants

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Urban Daddy

You’ll enter an intimate room with antique mirrors, vintage cast-iron lamps made to look like belladonna flowers and floors pre-stained with coffee and wine (totally works, though). Also: a window in the corner that looks directly onto the Presidio’s box office.

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Zagat

House ricotta ($9.75) drizzled in rosemary honey and served with lavash crisps, plays more like a cream cheese: thick and rich. It’s quite filling as a starter and we’d actually like it for dessert, but its a standout nonetheless.

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7x7

This casual new Marina spot literally just opened (on July 2!), offering a New American menu that’s designed to share while you work your way through their extensive wine-by-the-glass and craft beer list. Deviled eggs, smoked brisket with onion jam, and a baby kale Caesar salad are all there; and with the kitchen open until 1a.m., the Marina also just scored a new late-night burger stop. Three words: donut bread pudding (which uses donuts from neighbor Allstar Donuts).

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SF Eater

A small plates offering will be the focus, and Tablehopper has some details on the forthcoming menu, which will include dishes like deviled eggs with smoked trout; steak tartar with garlic, capers, shallots and quail egg; and smoked brisket with onion jam.

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Table Hopper

There will be 20 wines by the glass, featuring small-production, family-owned, and good value wines, with primarily Cali wines, plus some quality European bottles.

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