New Eats in SF

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The food scene just keeps escalating, and there aren’t enough days to try all the tasty menus in town. So here are a few more to add to the list – recently opened, so of course, get there early.


New Eats in SF Kaiyo

Kaiyo on Union Street in Cow Hollow offers truly mouth watering Japanese-inflected Peruvian dishes. Nikkei is the official name of the tasty food and it first came about when Japenese workers went to Peru to build railroads in the 1880’s. Local ingredients are favored and some of the fav menu items are Hokkaido scallops, and Japanese Bluefin tuna. Make sure to arrive early for a spot on the heated patio.

Piri Pica

New Eats in SF Pira Pico

Chef Telmo Faria and Jorge Cruise work in the kitchen at the Piri Pica restaurant in San Francisco, Calif., on Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2018. The new fast-casual Portuguese restaurant is located in the Mission District at 590 Valencia Street. (Doug Duran/Bay Area News Group)

Give a huge welcome to this Portuguese fast-casual spot in the Mission. This is your new go-to spot for flame-grilled chicken with a kick. The name of this hot spot means “Pepper Sting”. Tailor the spicy factor to your own taste buds. The tantalizing meals will be complemented by the huge selection of Portuguese wine and beer. Get your spicy on.

Fred’s San Francisco at Barney’s

New Eats in SF Freds at Barneys SF

Watch out Neiman Marcus Rotunda, there’s a new lunch spot in town, and although they won’t have the iconic popovers, the menu is mouth watering.

The famous “Mark’s Madison Avenue” chopped salad, (from NYC) the “SF Club” with Dungeness crab, and “Fred’s Spaghetti” with shiitake mushrooms, asparagus, sun-dried tomato, and pesto sauce will have you wishing you tried on that Dolce dress before you ate.

Or you could just splurge on a glass of bubbly and the perfectly crave-able Belgian pommes frites. Fred’s certainly isn’t inexpensive (most dishes hover around $27), but if you’re the kind of person who lunches while shopping or finalizes deals over a fancy club sandwich, then that’s probably not an issue.



  • Kim Selby

    Kim Selby, the SF life editor of The Three Tomatoes, is your gal for info on what’s hot and happening in the beautiful bay area. Having lived on the Left Coast for 27 years, after almost a decade in NYC, she has explored and continues to have adventures all over the San Francisco area. Passionate about fashion, formerly with GLAMOUR magazine and Fashion Director at Saks Fifth Avenue , Palo Alto, Kim produced fashion shows in the bay area for over 20 years. She now creates events to empower, delight and inspire women, aka “Tomatoes”. Learn more about Kim at

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