Eater is a fantastic spot to read what's opening and hot in the Bay Area's gastronomic scene. We all know that. But these days, and we really do hate saying this, it's pressing our morbid curiosity button with all of the "shutters" going on in SF Take, for example, today's roundup of restaurant industry deaths, which include Atrium, Azie, Bar on Castro, Baraka, Breezy's, Cafe Revolution, Cafe de la Paz, Cetrella, Chopsticks, Deep Sushi, Geoffrey's, Jojo, Joseph Smith, La Vinoteca, La Taqueria (South Bay), Laurel's, Lola's, Lou's at the Square, Marche on the Square, Mecca, North Beach Lobster Shack, Pancho Villa, Pink, Tansitaro Michoacan, Scharffen Berger, and Wappo Bistro. Eater's Paolo Lucchesi goes on to say that while January is typically a hard month for the nightlife/food industry, this year, with the depression recession and all, it's been particularly bad. Sigh.