LARKSPUR Calif. The Lark Creek Inn, a fine-dining landmark opened here in 1989 by chef Bradley Ogden and Spectrum Foods veteran Michael Dellar, closed last weekend in preparation for a late May reopening as a more casual concept to be called The Tavern at Lark Creek. The Tavern at Lark Creek is expected to generate a per-person check average of $35, compared with the $55 average check at The Lark Creek Inn, said Dellar, who is president and chief executive of Lark Creek Restaurant ...

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