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SF's Best Sports Bars; Pesce Moved; Saison #2 in the Country; More!

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Welcome to Eater Tastings, where Eater SF associate editor Rose Garrett shares the best restaurant and bar news of the week.

[Photo: Patricia Chang]

SOMA—Lavish new nightclub Audio Discotech is bringing the funk with a razzledazzle look. Check out photos and a cocktail menu.

SAN FRANCISCO—Football season is around the corner, and we've got your picks for the 15 best sports bar in town. Eat, drink, and cheer for the hometown Niners.

CASTRO—Polk Street standby Pesce has picked up and moved shop to new and more glamorous digs on Market. Here's a look inside their new spot.

SOMABon Appétit dropped their annual 10 Best New Restaurants in America list, and Saison scored the number-two spot. Here's why.

EMBARCADERO—The iconic Fog City Diner is reopening in September following a massive overhaul. Here's what they changed (including the name).

NAPA—After much speculation over Ubuntu's vacated Napa space, word is that it's to become Torc, a new contemporary American restaurant. Here are the details.

TENDERLOIN/RUSSIAN HILL—Two new drinking holes came online this week: the high/low Emperor Norton's Boozeland which offers pool and shuffleboard in the Tenderloin, and the classy RobberBaron, a relaxed wine bar in Russian Hill.

BAY AREA—A new pizza empire is brewing as L.A.-based build-your-own pizza chain The Pizza Studio plots 25 Bay Area locations.

GOLDEN GATE PARKHere's what we ate and drank at last weekend's Outside Lands, from lamb poutine to porcini doughnuts to beer galore.