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Chron's Rising Stars; More Glassinine Behavior; a Lime Crisis: 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.

SAN FRANCISCO—The Chronicle's five newest Rising Star Chefs are Jessica Largey (Manresa), Dante Cecchini (Marlowe), James LaLonde (Bocadillos), Jared Rogers (Picco), and Timmy Malloy (Local's Corner). Here's more on the new crop of chefs.

LOWER HAIGHT—Brace yourselves: The full video of the Molotov's Google Glass incident, profanity and all, hits the web (NSFW).

SAN FRANCISCO—A lime shortage has sparked a cocktail cost crisis at local bars, which are struggling to adjust to the citrus emergency.

MID-MARKET—Market Street's Twitter headquarters is fast becoming a new culinary destination, with news that mega-bar Dirty Water and popular La Cocina alum Azalina's Malaysian are both moving in downstairs.

SAN FRANCISCO—Now open: Outer Sunset cafe and roaster Andytown Coffee Roasters and North Beach poultry purveyor San Francisco Fried Chicken Company.

DALY CITY—There's something fishy going on at Koi Palace, and people are starting to freak out.

OAKLAND—Get ready for a combination bowling alley and beer garden, coming soon to Jack London Square.

OAKLAND—After aspiring restaurateur Allison Chen passed away suddenly, her friends are crowdfunding her dream restaurant, a Taiwanese spot called Pi Dan Noodle House.