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Esta Noche Shutters; The Square Opens, Deviled Eggs and Mardi Gras Mapped; 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]

MISSIONLongstanding Mission dive Esta Noche has called it quits, with Andrea Minoo and Callum Hutchins of Wish Bar and Lounge taking over the 16th Street space shortly.

NORTH BEACHSay hello to The Square, the newest restaurant from Sons & Daughters duo Teague Moriarty and Matt McNamara.

SAN FRANCISCO—Deviled eggs have made quite a comeback on menus all around town. Here are our picks for the 15 top spots to score deviled eggs in SF.

LOWER HAIGHT—Lower Haight punk bar Molotov's was the site of a kerfuffle this week, as tech writer Sarah Slocum claims she was assaulted and robbed (here's video of the incident).

SAN FRANCISCO—Fat Tuesday is nearly upon us, and it's time to laissez les bon temps rouler. Here are 12 spots where you can go to town NOLA-style on oysters, Abita, and even fried alligator.

CALIFORNIA—Good news for opponents of AB1252, otherwise known as the glove law: emergency legislation has been introduced to remove the glove-wearing requirement from the law, and it's likely to be repealed.

SOMACharles Phan's next move is The Coachman, a revamp of the former Heaven's Dog, which opens Monday and will serve British food.

CHINATOWNGeorge Chen, the restaurateur behind Betelnut, is behind a new project that would bring a massive Chinese marketplace and upscale restaurant to 644 Broadway.