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The Best New Coffee Shops; SF's Tiniest Restaurants; Game of Thrones Cocktails; More!

Welcome to Eater Tastings, where Eater SF editor Allie Pape shares the best restaurant and bar news of the week.

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BAY AREA—The Coffee Heatmap has been replaced with a fresh pot. Add these 13 new shops and roasters in SF and the East Bay to your a.m. rotation. (Or just make like Snoop Dogg and head to Philz—he's their latest investor.)

SAN FRANCISCO—In honor of Micro Week, we rounded up the 12 tiniest restaurants in San Francisco, which all seat fewer than 25 people. You'll get to know your chefs and your fellow diners.

CASTRO—Want to drink like a Lannister? An SF bar has a secret menu comprised exclusively of Game of Thrones-themed cocktails.

MISSION/SOMA—Burger fever has gripped San Francisco: Marlowe is opening a restaurant exclusively dedicated to its burger, while Causwells is plotting a burger pop-up that they hope to eventually turn into a full-scale fast-casual chain.

BAY AREA—The bone broth trend continues to spread like collagen in a long-simmering stew. Here are six places to find it.

BAY AREA—Need a new restaurant for your weekend rotation? Here are five newcomers worth checking out.

OUTER RICHMOND—Surprise! Dim-sum masters Koi Palace just opened a spinoff in the Richmond without telling anyone. It also has hot pot in the evenings.