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LARK on the Park

2015 Woodall Rodgers Freeway Dallas, TX 75201 | Uptown & Oak Lawn | 214-855-5275

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Klyde Warren Park gave Dallas a reason to hang out downtown in the great outdoors, but after a long Frisbee session or a game of pétanque there aren’t a ton of options for a nice meal in the immediate area – except, thankfully, LARK On The Park, a restaurant by Shannon Wynne, who also owns the Meddlesome Moth in the Design District. Wynne’s concept brings a much-needed restaurant to this corner of downtown and a refreshing menu for all of Dallas. During the day, nearby office workers flock to the bar and patio tables for a meal that features house-made deli meats, thoughtful salads and filling entrees. At night, LARK is a restaurant that draws a sizable mixed crowd of well-dressed and casual patrons. The menu features seasonal cooking with a thoughtful and refreshing perspective. Beer lovers and cocktail enthusiasts will be equally delighted and an impressive acoustic design keeps the noise down to a murmur. Restaurant designers take note -- LARK is a restaurant where people want to linger.

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  • Cuisine(s): International
  • Hours: Sun-Thu 11am-12am, Fri-Sat 11am-1am

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