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New Eats 3.22.16 (NorCal Edition)

Everything’s going south this week as the deep South, South of the border and Southeast Asia are whats new for this week’s edition of New Eats

by Alexander Quebec

  1. Guacamole 61 (Berkley) – Fresh Mexican food at the Epicurious garden, a portion of the proceeds benefits charities devoted to fighting human trafficking and rape. This is a take out only spot, so be prepared to relax and chill in the garden with your food.

    berkleyside.com

    berkleyside.com

  2. Hella Vegan Eats (Oakland) – A popular vegan food truck gets a permanent location. The beergarden next door is also home to some classic cars.

    Hella Vegan Eats via Facebook

    Hella Vegan Eats via Facebook

  3. Paprikas (San Francisco) – Offering choose your own noodles and rice plates in the Financial district of San Francisco. Might become a popular lunch spot in the area soon.

    Paprikas via Facebook.

    Paprikas via Facebook.

  4. Laughing Monk Brewery (San Francisco) So new that there’s only 4 beers on tap (with capacity for up to 16 brews) and no food…for now. (Food will be coming from Azalina’s Malaysian commercial kitchen.)

    Laughing Monk via Facebook

    Laughing Monk via Facebook

  5. As Quoted (San Francisco) Vegan? Gluten Free? Both? Neither one? If your in the Presidio Heights neighborhood, check out this new Farm to Table eatery that offers almost everything to anyone.
    As Quoted via Facebook

    As Quoted via Facebook

     

  6. Tender Loving Kitchen (San Francisco) Offering Burmese food with most plates under $9 in the Tenderloin district.
    Hoodline.com

    Hoodline.com

     

  7. KoJa Kitchen (Emeryville) Craving a Korean BBQ burger with the fried rice buns? The fourth brick and mortar location of the popular Korean fusion food truck is now open in the Emeryville Public Market.

    xpress.sfsu.edu

    xpress.sfsu.edu

  8. Pak Nam Tai (San Francisco) Southern Thai cuisine is the highlight of this eatery, which many on yelp are commenting are very hot. Give the Pork Satay (below) a try.

    OilLviayelp

    Oil L. via Yelp

Anyone else we missed? Gonna give these places a try? Let us know in the comments below

S/O to EaterSF and Tablehopper for the tips

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