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NORTH BEACH - A tipster informed us that lights were out at Joe Manzare's Italian-American restaurant, Joey & Eddie's last night at 9 p.m. A follow-up call to the host confirmed they're "making some changes," and are now open only for dinner service Fri-Sun. Not sure what this means for North Beach's future meatball quota, but we are accepting your insider info, as per usual. [EaterWire]

NORTH BEACH EXTRA - Also through the tipline, comes news that paper is up in the window at Figaro Ristorante on Columbus. We called. No answer. Fill us in, if you will. [EaterWire]

NAPA VALLEY - Oxbow Wine Merchant and Oxbow Cheese Merchant complete the move from their current spot to Oxbow's Main Market Hall by July, leaving a huge vacant space with a deck in the front of the Market. Rumor has it founder Steve Carlin, who is also the project manager of the Ferry Building, has his sights set on a very exciting option to become the new "anchor restaurant." Considering he brought the Slanted Door to the Ferry Building, it'll be interesting to see what he comes up with. [EaterWire]

NAPA VALLEY EXTRA - Across the way from the mysterious new Oxbow restaurant above, C Casa, a taqueria owned by Catherine Bergen, will be moving into the old Rotisario vacancy in about a month. Erasto and Pablo Jacinto, who worked for years with Cindy Pawlcyn will be chefs at the farm-fresh, creative taco spot, using five of the farm stands to create an inside/outside eating experience. [EaterWire]

@cremebruleecart - Your favorite Converse-wearing French chef will be torching up toasted coconut, vanilla bean, choc peanut butter cup, and lemon topped with blueberry from 6-8 p.m. tonight at Fabric8 on 22nd and Valencia. Git 'er done! [@cremebruleecart]

THE MISSION - Only two reservations remain at Maverick's 4th annual Southern Fried Night on Tuesday. There's a spot for two at 7:45 and for a larger party of eight to ten at 9 p.m. Call NOW if frog legs, alligator “balls,” chorizo pies, green tomatoes, hush puppies, country fried steak, shrimp and grits, and Cajun catfish sounds good to you. [EaterWire]

[Photo: Flickr/Jeremy Brooks]

Joey & Eddie's Italian Restaurant

1652 Stockton St, San Francisco, CA

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