Chef Jason Paluska and executive sous chef Nick Flores dish up — Photo courtesy of The Lark
The menu at The Lark changes seasonally, favoring Central Coast ingredients like local figs and freshly caught fish. Appetizers include deviled eggs, stuffed Castelvetrano olives and charcuterie. Salads burst with bright farmers market fare and larger platters celebrate sustainably farmed meats. Dishes at The Lark are designed to be shared, so prepare to order heartily and be generous with your dining companions.
This is not your mama's deviled eggg — Photo courtesy of The Lark
And don't forget to order a little something to whet your whistle. The Lark has a great selection of interesting bottled beers, a few drafts and a thrilling cocktail menu. Their comprehensive wine list highlights small area wineries and vineyards. Not sure what bottle will go best with meal? Not to worry, The Lark has not one but two sommeliers on staff.
The Lark offers outdoor diners fresh, fluffy blankets to ward off the evening chill — Photo courtesy of Geneva Ives
The Lark is now open for dinner Tuesday through Friday from 5 PM to 10 PM and Saturdays and Sundays from 5 PM to 12 AM. Reservations are strongly suggested, although walk-ins can hope to get a seat at the long bar or the nearby communal table. Valet parking is available onsite.
In the mood for something smaller, like a glass of wine and a nibble? Visit Les Marchands, a small wine bar (and store!) attached to The Lark.
The Lark has a warm and inviting atmosphere — Photo courtesy of The Lark