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Lark Creek Group Shutters Three Spots; How Top Chefs Feed Their Kids

Plus: An all-inclusive crab feed, and some holiday service shuffles at Bix and AQ.

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NAPA/MARINChanges are afoot at the Lark Creek Group, which has decided to close Napa's Fish Story (but hang onto the space for an undisclosed new project) and dumped Larkspur's fire-damaged Tavern at Lark Creek and its sister seafood spot, Yankee Pier. Their SF properties are unaffected. [Inside Scoop]

NAPA—Ever wonder how three-Michelin-starred chefs manage when it comes to getting their picky kids to eat? Christopher Kostow and Nathaniel Dorn, both of The Restaurant at Meadowoodreveal all about the challenges of feeding their adorable toddlers. [Sproutling]

CASTRO—Tomorrow is set to be gray and rainy, so why not cheer things up with some crab? Starbelly's crab feed is offering whole Dungeness with butter and remoulade, plus crab chowder, Caesar salad, apple cobbler, and unlimited Oro en Paz chardonnay. The whole shebang is $99, including wine, tax and tip. [EaterWire]

SOMA/EMBARCADERO—A couple of restaurants are undergoing holiday-related service shuffles: AQ, normally closed Sundays, will be open every Sunday in December, while Bix, which doesn't normally offer lunch, will serve it through December 23rd. [EaterWire]

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