Openings, closings, restrictions, liftings, delays, all the joys of living through several years of a pandemic. Ready for some good and tasty news? We’ve got you. Seattle’s Lark restaurant is open once again after a two-year hiatus during the pandemic.

If you’re unfamiliar with Lark, the restaurant is known for serving up the best of the Pacific Northwest’s bounty. They work with local farmers, ranchers, fisheries, and foragers to serve the best of each season, creating delicious and truly seasonal dishes for diners to enjoy. If you’re all about farm to table, this is your spot.

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For their return Lark is serving up a four-course dinner menu that changes monthly and features locally-produced and organic cheeses, charcuterie, vegetables, grains, fish, and meats. These dishes are all prepared with the restaurant’s signature focus on flavor and quality. Some menu items include Palmer Ranch wagyu steak tartare, Squid ink spaghetti, Wild black cod, and Butterscotch budino among many.

The dinner costs $120 per person and you can also add a $70 wine pairing should you choose. If you’ve been looking for an excuse to dine out, let this be it.

Lark Seattle

Where: 952 E Seneca St
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 5 pm-9 pm