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The New Spot

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632 20th St (at at Illinois)
San Francisco, CA 94107
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(415) 558-0556
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Best

This is the best place ever. The food is full of flavor, the staff is super friendly, and the prices are even better, the dogpatch is comming up and it's places like this that mak...

Worst

the tortilla was soagy, the beans were runny, guacamole was aged, and the sour cream was almost non existant and the rice was horrible! it was like minute rice, not authentic spai...

Out of this world 6/30/2009

This is the best place ever. The food is full of flavor, the staff is super friendly, and the prices are even better, the dogpatch is comming up and it's places like this that make you wanna come back. more

Love it 4/11/2008

I've been here several times. I love all the food they have made for me so far. I would recommend this place to anyone. The food is great and the service is even better. Pros: Good food, clean, friendly people Cons: Small, the place can get over crowded more

Fabulous fresh everything 1/31/2008

I've been to The New Spot a few times, plus ordered takeout for meetings. Everything I've had has been fresh and tasty. Very yummy papusas. Pros: yummy papusas Cons: con-less more

Worst Burritos ever 11/30/2006

the tortilla was soagy, the beans were runny, guacamole was aged, and the sour cream was almost non existant and the rice was horrible! it was like minute rice, not authentic spainsh rice. Trying to cut corners on the ingredients of a burrito makes a lousy burrito. Don't go there for a burritto!! you are forwarned!! Pros: New, clean, nice paint job Cons: burritos are horrible more
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Editorial

  • The first thing diners notice when they walk into this inconspicuous space may be the smell of plantains frying or quesadillas grilling, but it's the floor-to-ceiling brightly colored macaw mural...

  • 8/21/2008 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Closed Sunday 7:30 a.m.-7 p.m. Mon.-Fri., 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Sat
  • Payments:

    Master Card, Visa
  • Neighborhoods:

    Central East, Central Waterfront

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