Lark Restaurant

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12 expert reviews

“Seafood crudo, charcuterie and cocktails with bitters give this afternoon/evening John Sundstrom boîte (just up the stairs from his popular restaurant Lark) its intriguing name.”

– Zagat

Concierge
"Chef Jonathon Sundstrom left the W Hotel's popular Earth and Ocean to open this small, rustic bistro, serving inventive small plates. Exposed beams, wooden booths, and sheer fabric..."
Fodor's
"Just off the Pike–Pine Corridor in a converted garage with exposed beams and gauzy curtain dividers, Lark was one of the restaurants that kick-started the small-plate trend in Seattle." Full review
Frommer's
"The menu consists of dozens of small plates that you assemble into a meal to fit your appetite. The cheese list is one of the best in the city." Full review
Travel + Leisure
"A pioneer of small plate dining in Seattle, James Beard Award-winning chef John Sundstrom established this New American restaurant in 2003." Full review
BlackBook
"Lark's M.O. has them serving their small plates with ingredients coming exclusively from farms within a five mile radius that don't abuse their animals or douse their plants with poison."
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