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Because every now and then, you need a vacation from all that sour cream and guac.

Cioppino from Woodhouse Fish Co. (1914 Fillmore St.)

Cioppino is an Italian fish stew created by Italian fisherman who resided in North Beach. It typically includes Dungeness crab, squid, shrimp, mussels, clams, scallops and pretty much anything you like that comes from the sea. There are several excellent places to score cioppino in the city, but Woodhouse is a little off the beaten path in Lower Pac Heights. (There's also a second location in Duboce.)

Tea Leaf Salad at Burma Superstar (309 Clement St.)

With locations in Oakland and Alameda, Burma Superstar has been featured on the Food Network and draws in plentiful crowds for its famous tea leaf salad, which comes with romaine lettuce, fried yellow beans, fried garlic, sesame seeds, fresh tomatoes, jalapenos, and dried shrimp. (It can also be made vegetarian.)

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