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D & D Bistro Looks to Convert North Point Garage; Lark Creek Opening Three Bay Area Restaurants

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Artist's rendition of forthcoming D & D Bistro.
Artist's rendition of forthcoming D & D Bistro.

North Point: A permit application has been filed to turn a residential garage at 2735 Hyde (between North Point and Beach St.) into a 625 square foot eatery called D and D Bistro. That puts it just down the block from Gary Danko although we doubt there will be much competition there. A few other converted-garage restaurants and businesses live on the same block, but we doubt the upstairs tenants are too happy about losing their precious parking so close to the main tourist drag. [SFEx]

Westfield Mall: San Francisco-based restaurant group Lark Creek will be opening three new Bay Area restaurants between now and 2011, the first hops on to the artisan pizza trend with a 3,500 square foot pizzeria in the old Zazil space in the Westfield Center right next to their own Lark Creek Steak. [EaterWire]

SFO: The second Lark Creek opening lands at SFO's Terminal 2 and will simply be called The Grill by Lark Creek and will be sporting an all-american wine list and a full bar in case you hate flying sober and hungry. [EaterWire]

Napa: The final Lark Creek venture is Fish Story, a sustainable seafood joint docking at Napa's Riverfront development. With features like a City pier out back where guests can park their water-borne transportation, a wine list heavy on seafood-friendly local whites, and house-brewed beer the place sounds like it's aiming to combine the social, fishing-village vibe of the East Coast with a little bit of the usual Northern California fusion. [EaterWire]

D&D Bistro

2735 Hyde Street, San Francisco, CA

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