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Lark

206-323-5275  •  $$$
ADDRESS: 952 E Seneca St, Seattle, WA 98122
CUISINE: Contemporary, Small Plates, Charcuterie, Farm to Table
FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly
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The exposed wooden beams across the ceiling and the diaphanous curtains at Lark on Capitol Hill conjure the warmth of a rustic cabin, but the cuisine is the antithesis of simple and old fashioned. John Sundstrom, past recipient of the James Beard Foundation’s Best Chef: Northwest award, specializes in creating inspired small plates intended to be shared among dining companions. The table may begin with a trio of exotic cheeses before moving on to notable seafood small plates such as carpaccio of yellowtail or Sun Hollow raw oysters. Indulge in other offerings such as crispy duck leg or rotisserie pork belly. Try the chocolate madeleines for dessert.

"On busier nights, be prepared for a wait as reservations are accepted only for parties of six or more. Relax at the postage stamp-size bar at the rear of the dining room or hang out next door at Licorous, a lounge owned by [Chef John] Sundstrom. Here you'll find handcrafted cocktails and seasonal infusions. Lark’s small wine list is well-balanced but a bit pricey."
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Full bar. Serving dinner Tue–Sun. Closed Mon.

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Rating: 4.7
DESCRIPTION

The exposed wooden beams across the ceiling and the diaphanous curtains at Lark on Capitol Hill conjure the warmth of a rustic cabin, but the cuisine is the antithesis of simple and old fashioned. John Sundstrom, past recipient of the James Beard Foundation’s Best Chef: Northwest award, specializes in creating inspired small plates intended to be shared among dining companions. The table may begin with a trio of exotic cheeses before moving on to notable seafood small plates such as carpaccio of yellowtail or Sun Hollow raw oysters. Indulge in other offerings such as crispy duck leg or rotisserie pork belly. Try the chocolate madeleines for dessert.

 
"On busier nights, be prepared for a wait as reservations are accepted only for parties of six or more. Relax at the postage stamp-size bar at the rear of the dining room or hang out next door at Licorous, a lounge owned by [Chef John] Sundstrom. Here you'll find handcrafted cocktails and seasonal infusions. Lark’s small wine list is well-balanced but a bit pricey."
Gayot
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Full bar. Serving dinner Tue–Sun. Closed Mon.

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