New businesses are debuting in San Francisco all the time, so we've rounded up some of the most exciting newcomers to appear on the scene this month. From a Mexican dessert bar to a vintage store to a barbershop, here are some of SF's most positively reviewed new spots.
Mexican dessert bar FiestaBowls recently made its debut at 2290 Mission St. in the Mission. The new spot specializes in classic Mexican treats served in a bowl, like mangonada (fresh mango, mango sorbet and chili lime salt) and fresas con crema (strawberries with homemade whipped cream). There's an option for guests to build their own bowls, too.
FiestaBowls also offers crepes, shakes and smoothies, as well as savory bowls featuring corn, pork rinds and other toppings. Early notices on Yelp are positive, with a current rating of 4.5 stars.
Blade & Bristle Salon
New to 4327 18th St. in the Castro is Blade & Bristle, a hair salon and barbershop offering men's cuts, coloring and more. A standard barber cut at the new salon costs $50, and beard trims are available for $30, while other services include highlights, beard coloring, hair treatments and eyebrow shaping.
With a five-star rating out of 12 reviews, Blade & Bristle has gotten enthusiastic notices from Yelpers in its early going.
Over at 1316 Noriega St. in the Outer Sunset, Fiery Cafe is a new fast-casual spot from the team behind Parkside's Fiery Hot Pot Buffet. It specializes in snacks and sandwiches with an Asian flair — check out the Thai basil chicken sandwich, the kimchi wagyu sandwich, the loaded waffle fries, the taro chips with curry dip, and more.
While it's still early days, Fiery Cafe is drawing positive attention, averaging 4.5 stars across its 18 Yelp reviews.
The Eclectic Collective
Like that shop, The Eclectic Collective offers a mix of secondhand and antique items from a collective of various dealers, including clothes, home decor, furniture, collectibles and more.
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