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Fish Story Is Coming to a City Near You



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    VENICE, LA - MAY 01: Jeff Hinson and Paula Keller eat Louisiana oysters during the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival at the Fair Grounds Race Course on May 1, 2010 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Five zones of oysters as well as commercial and recreational fishing east of the Mississippi River had been closed due to the expanding oil spill from the Deepwater Horizon wellhead in the Gulf of Mexico. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Jeff Hinson;Paula Keller

    Now the opening of Fish Story, the new sustainable seafood concept from the Lark Creek Restaurant Group, has been pushed from summer to September and they're orchestrating a friendly competition to keep hopeful followers busy in the meantime. Submit a personal fish-related story in the form of a photo with caption and you may win a spot on the restaurant's wall of stories and a complimentary meal for two at a preview dinner before the joint's much-anticipated Napa opening. Here's more info. [EaterWire]

    Michael Mina is all about celebrating his anniversaries and this month Clock Bar is doing a cocktail scavenger hunt. This is how it works: print out this bar roster; drink all ten of the cocktails listed from places like 15 Romolo, Thermidor and Gitane and then you can get a free cocktail at Clock Bar. Yes that's a lot of work and cash for one free beverage, but you'll have fun drinking your way to the prize if you like this sort of thing. [EaterWire]

    · Lark Creek's Napa Restaurant Gets A Name: Fish Story [~ ESF ~]