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The California-inspired menu is concise and accessible, with a handful of robata-grilled items, appetizers and three unforgettable noodle soups.

Maybe it’s all the post-shopping couples huddled beneath heat lamps at the curbside tables or the plethora of perfectly shareable plates, including sushi, carpaccio and piled-high noodles.

Grab a table at this hip hot spot for some serious people-watching, not to mention the aphrodisiac appeal of oysters.

The details: Open for lunch weekdays and dinner Monday-Saturday at 888 Brannan St., San Francisco;

The vibe: Shucking oysters and sipping sparkling rosé together until midnight? Santana Row’s new Asian-inspired seafood restaurant and bar is surprisingly romantic.

Shinmai’s chefs cook their broth overnight in a pressure cooker and the result is a creamy, aromatic base for delicious pork chashu, shoyu egg, wood ear mushrooms, slippery onions and bamboo.

You’ll also want to share an order of Chicken Karaage ($13) slathered in ginger-Worcestershire and topped with lemon and herbs.

For those who want to sink their teeth into the plant-based Impossible Burger ($16), they’ve got that, too.

The details: Open daily for lunch and dinner, with brunch on Sunday at 700 Welch Road Suite 110, Palo Alto;

The details: Open for dinner Wednesday-Monday at 1825-3 San Pablo Ave., Oakland;

The vibe: Impress your date with this on-trend upscale Indian restaurant located in So Ma, where you’ll tuck into silk-pillowed, indigo blue banquettes set against turmeric yellow walls, sip craft cocktails based on ancient Ayurveda practices and feast on gourmet interpretations of Indian street food by a 2016 Times of India chef of the year.

Peruvian food has taken the Bay Area by storm — and all we can say is, yesssss.