Happy Hour in Lark Mezzanine
Chef's choice oysters $1.50 and cocktails $5.
Terms and Conditions:
Valid For: 1 - 20 people
Starts: 27 March 2019
Ends: 28 March 2118
Availability: Mon-Fri 17:00-17:30
We thought the food was quite pricy. They also charged $6.00 for bread and it did not tell us this anywhere on the menu.
Wow! The foie gras terrine was the most superb preparation I've ever had! Incredible!
We really enjoyed this restaurant and will be going back. The Boar pasta, Bison steak, a nectarine tarte tatin were amazing. It was a beautiful restaurant and our server made incredible recommendations without being intrusive at all.
Lark is a wonderful treat! The food was beautiful and delicious. The setting is lovely. The service was first rate. We loved it!
Outstanding food; excellent wine pairing. Every dish was a complete experience, executed flawlessly. Service was exceptional.
Really great service and food, everything was well spaced out. We were on the second floor and had AC blowing on us which made us and the food cold. There is probably a way for them to fix that, but it prevents them from a 5-star review.
Sat at the bat. Bartender was fantastic. Food was delicious. I will definitely come back next time I come to Seattle!
The food was good but we were disappointed at the service
Our table water turned out to be a bottle of vinegar, and one of the orders were not cooked as we asked
When meeting up with friends and business associates in different places than my home city, I always try and find a groovy place with multiple seating areas and noise levels so that we all can be comfortable. In the case of Lark, we found just that... a very accommodating restaurant from the host to the server. With the lower main level (divided up space with separate room and bar area) or mezzanine options we got to select the best section to sit and chat and laugh in without feeling we were in the middle of incoming and outgoing traffic. Our server was amazing and we enjoyed ourselves immensely. Foodwise you ask? Yes, everything was top notch and well described before hand. Definitely a must go to if in Seattle.
Good time, food and atmosphere. Nothing outstanding or memorable, probably will no go back. Nothing stood out and felt somewhat unwelcomed on our 5 year anniversary night.
Wonderful food. Thoughtful service. Refined Pacific Northwest ambiance. Can get a little pricey. All food is excellent for sharing.
The only negative was a noise level that made it difficult to carry on a conversation.
We had such a pleasant dining experience. The menu is novel and interesting
Inside the decor and style are great but like almost every other restaurant we have been to in the last 2 years here in Seattle: THE AIR CONDITIONING IS ON EVEN THOUGH IT WAS ONLY A HIGH OF 58 DEG THAT DAY! This destroys the otherwise great ambiance of Lark. I have eaten all over Europe is some very fine restaurants on the hottest of days and have never had to suffer from being uncomfortably cold or hot. What is wrong with Seattle! It's ludicrous to think you can enjoy a dinner while having to wear a coat. If the cooks can't take the heat then they need to get out of the kitchen.
Great experience overall. Our waitress was great! Delicious food and dessert!
Outstanding food and service. 1/2 portions allow ordering more dishes
When dining out, always look for the relationship between the quality of the food and the price. The food was decent, but not anything you would do cart wheels over and did not live up to the high price. The wait stall and restaurant were great.
Absolutely enjoyed our evening/dinner as our server gave us a warm welcome and took excellent care of us. We look forward to coming back again. Thank you
Generally pleased. I knew about the corkage fee but was disappointed to be charged $60 for 2 bottles of wine despite spending $600 on dinner and cocktails. Comping one of the corkage fees would have been a class act.
Great food . Lovely ambiance. Good service. We had the 49 dollar prie fixe meal. Best duck I’ve ever had and grapefruit sorbet was amazing.
I Heard great reviews and wanted to try the restaurant but The service was really slow. We had to wait at-least 15 mins for every course. The servers were really great though but I felt no one paid attention to the guests. Even hen we arrived there was no one to even seat us.
Awesome roast dinner. Definitely worth the price we paid. Would surely come again.
I was pretty disappointed in the value. The food was good...? It wasn't great. The service was very good, but still disappointed in the experience. There are many restaurants in the same price point in Seattle that have much better food.
Birthday for 3 of the 5 of us...expensive, fun, but the next night we ate at RN74 and it eclipsed the dining experience at Lark
Innovative and well prepared food. Excellent and knowledgeable server. Bar needed two bartenders given how busy they were.
It was my first time there and it certainly exceeded my expectations!!
Delicious food. My first time there.would definitely go again.
Great place and nice service, but most importantly, the food was not great... meats were overcooked and the timing of foods were not measured at all.
Four partners and friends with their spouses shared a celebratory dinner at Lark. The cocktails, appetizers, main courses, desserts, and wine were enjoyed by all and the service was excellent. My hamachi crudo, beet salad, and osso bucco were delicious. The Lark Fashioned and Pinot Noir complimented the meal well. We will return soon.
The short rib dinner was fabulous! And it was a great value. My partner and I met friends for dinner and we all ordered the short rib special. The meat fell off the bone it was so tender. The broccolini and fingerling potatoes were cooked perfectly. All of us had plenty to eat and raved about the food. Lark itself has a wonderful setting, warm and elegant.
The experience was lovely and I would have given them 5 stars across the board if the service had not been so slow. But the wait staff was awesome - the kitchen was just overwhelmed. And they were very accommodating to us and our parties needs. Overall a fabulous experience.
Wonderful experience. It was our first visit for the special rib dinner. Amazing! We will be back.
Awesome food, warm and cozy ambiance (mezzanine).
We had the short rib supper, which came with a bottle of wine. Great food and very filling for 2 people. Wine was OK (got a headache from it, but it tasted good). Amazing value for dining out in Seattle!
Went with a friend for our monthly dinner. Food and drinks were good. We started with the burrata which was very good but I wish it would have been served with Italian or French bread. Gerhard had the venison with Brussels sprouts, Yorkshire pudding and a glass of red wine. I had the pork belly with the Harvey Trading Co cocktail (kind of a mix between an Old Fashioned and a Manhattan). Venison was great. I thought the pork belly a little too rich but Gerhard liked the garlic-y flavor. I forget what was served with the pork - mushrooms, I think. We split a cake dessert which I preferred more than Gerhard. Service was great. Overall, the dinner was fine; nothing at all was disappointing but nothing was so fantastic that I absolutely have to go back, especially because the meals are on the pricey side - total cost with 20% tip was $175. I would recommend Lark to a friend. We sat in the Mezzanine but I wish we would have sat downstairs. It seemed more intimate. It is conveniently located - right behind the iHOP on Cap Hill.
Pretty good food, but it was 15 minutes between each service contact. Greeting and water service, then 15 minutes waiting. Drinks served and 15 minutes waiting. Starters served and then 15 minutes waiting. Entrees served and then 15 minutes later, dessert orders. It was the slowest and least attentive service I have ever experienced in Seattle. Nice people. Understaffed maybe (which means incompetent)? Super slow service.
I've been to Lark twice before, always enjoyed a meal there. This time it went off the rails. We were two couples; asked the server how many different cheeses to order for four, she said about three would be right. $6 each, and we ordered crackers for a few more bucks. Ok, we aren't Denny's patrons, we've all been to lots of Seattle small plate restaurants, but when the tiny plate with the three teenie pieces of cheese arrived, and the cup with about 4 pieces of cracker, we were all stunned. A serving fit for a mouse. It was awkward to share that little food. The Mussels were delicious, served with a lot of delicious creamy broth, but just two small pieces of toasted bread to dip. How do you share those little pieces of bread? Then the next 15 minutes, we tried to get the waitress's attention to get more toast, and spoons (none on the table to enjoy the broth). Up on the mezzanine, she spends most of her time going up and down stairs to the apparently distant kitchen, too busy to even check on us. When we finally got her attention and asked for more toast for the (now cold) mussels, no, that's not an option but I can bring an order of bread, and then she dashed away before we could ask for spoons. SO frustrating. The bread was good, but not suitable for the broth. It was an odd experience: every bit of the food was good, excellent in fact, but some of the serving sizes were terribly ill-conceived, and the service was poor on the mezzanine.
Great meal, service, conversation, and company.
It was such a wonderfully surprise. Can’t wait to go back. Enjoyed everything. Thadeas was wonderful as well
Had the short rib/wine special and it was fantastic!