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Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Lark Creek's Annual Half-Off Bottle Promotion Starts Tomorrow

Posted By on Tue, Jun 30, 2009 at 11:40 AM

click to enlarge If you order wine by the bottle, dining at One Market should be a bit more affordable in July. - LFL16/FLICKR
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  • If you order wine by the bottle, dining at One Market should be a bit more affordable in July.
Let your wallet feel as flush as your face. Starting tomorrow (and for the entire month of July), Bay Area winos can savor half-off savings on every bottles on le menu at all Lark Creek restaurants, no matter if it's brunch, lunch, or dinner. Score a 2005 Showket Cab Sauvignon for $74 (as opposed to $148) at Lark Creek Steak (fourth floor, Westfield San Francisco Centre, 845 Market at Fifth St.) -- SFoodie peeked at this spot last night, and believe us, there were plenty of available tables. Other Lark Creek restaurants include Yankee Pier in Larkspur (286 Magnolia at Arch), San Jose (Suite 1100, Santana Row), and Lafayette (3593 Mt. Diablo at Lafayette Circle); One Market Restaurant (one Market at Steuart); and The Tavern at Lark Creek (234 Magnolia at Madrone, Larkspur), where a bottle of 2006 Handley Pinot Noir will set you back all of $24.

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