Sunday, September 10, 2017

Lark on the Park

Lark on the Park is a contemporary, urban restaurant located on the edge of Klyde Warren Park in downtown Dallas. Led by Chef Ryan Barnett, Lark takes exciting, seasonal cuisine that's familiar to Texans and adds a global influence.

Diners are surrounded by the one-of-a-kind creations of local artists on blackboards that fill the restaurant. We snapped this current rendering called Pride by artist Brian Reinhart, as it reminded me of Babka. We sat at a great table in the far corner that allowed the morning sun to shine in, and the perfect perch for people watching.

We ordered orange juice and hot tea and then I settled on the Summer Squash Omelet with goat cheese, heirloom cherry tomatoes and pesto served with a lightly dressed salad of Tassione lettuce and toast.  It was light and a healthy brunch option.

Keith ordered the Lark Benedict made of Wolferman's English muffin, poached eggs, Duroc ham, hollandaise served with fried potatoes.  The potatoes were plentiful and perfectly crisp.

We also shared the What's Good Now Fruit Plate featuring an assortment of berries and apple slices, which was a refreshing end to our meal.

Overall, the atmosphere was bright and charming.  I would love to return for lunch someday.

Total Rating: 4.15
Food: 4, Price: 4, Service: 4, Ambience: 5, Accessibility: 5

LARK on the Park Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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