Delicious, fresh, American, familiar comfort food, elegantly prepared. Nice wine list and cocktail menu as well.
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Excellent bar, excellent service, excellent food. Lark's is reliably delish! Husband had sturgeon which was quite flavorful and beautifully presented. The lamb noodle soup was warming on a cold Sat. night. I followed that with the arugula salad & added chicken. It was more than...More
We'd read positive reviews and made this our only dinner in Ashland. Our waitperson was helpful and we appreciated her recommendations. My only complaint was one waiter who klomped back and forth unaware of his disturbing the atmosphere. Surprised that management was oblivious to this....More
For an early supper before a play at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, my wife had the meat loaf and I had the Rabbit Cacciatore. Both were excellent. My soup bisque of fennel and celery root was surprisingly good and the wines were excellent. The service...More
If you're here on a Sunday try the brunch. We had tri- tip hash with carmelized onions and poached eggs. My wife had eggs Benedict with avocado, prosciutto, and Hollandaise. Coffee is the only week point - weak bring the operative word. Regular and decaf...More
Located in a restored hotel that is on the National Register of Historical Places, The Lark has some of the best food in Ashland. The menus are locally sourced and reflect the change of seasons. It is located a block from the Oregon Shakespeare Festival...More
Lovely atmosphere here reminds me dining with my Nana in downtown Portland - there's a retro charm about Lark's. The menu is wonderful - I probably should've ordered something besides the Cubana sandwich - although it was OK and served with a beautiful assortment of...More
I've eaten here countless times. Food and service are always exceptional. Best to make reservations during OSF season, especially if you plan to see a play after your meal.