A Fish Story Unfolds in Wine Country

The second major restaurant piece of Napa’s Riverfront development, Fish Story, is set to open on Monday, September 20, from Lark Creek Restaurant Group. As the Napa Valley Register reports, they’ll be open for dinner only for the first week, adding lunch and brunch by the end of the month, and the restaurant will be anchored by a big raw bar and two tanks with live local crab and Maine lobsters scuttling about. Chef Stephen Barber (BarBersQ, Mecca) will be offering a menu of classic seafood staples like shrimp and grits, clam chowder, and rock cod fish and chips, as well as some more decadently sized platters like a New England Maine Lobster boil for two, and the Moby Dick, which includes a lobster, a Dungeness crab, ten oysters, ten clams, ten shrimp, and seviche for $98.

Also, there’ll be happy hour deals, a full bar, and twenty wines by the glass with eight to ten on tap.

Fish Story was preceded in the new complex by Morimoto Napa in July, and will be followed, likely by late October, by Tyler Florence’s Rotisserie and Wine.

Fish Story - 790 Main Street, Napa - 707.251.5600 - Opening September 20 for dinner only. Regular hours after 9/29: Sunday through Thursday, 11:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., and until 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday

A Fish Story Unfolds in Wine Country