The Lark is a wonderful local restaurant in Santa Barbara that serves up locally sourced and responsibly grown ingredients to serve you the best meal you have ever had. The Lark is about family, and this is shown in their approach for food. Bring many people to this Santa Barbara staple and enjoy some unique and local flavors that you will not be able to taste elsewhere.
The Lark got its name from the sleek overnight Pullman train of the Southern Pacific Railroad that ran through Santa Barbara from 1910 to 1968. The restaurant was built to serve 130 seats and is located in the historic Santa Barbara Fish Market building. The restaurant sits in the heart of the Funk Zone, a lively arts district and home to local surf shops, art galleries, and the popular Urban Wine Trail. The Lark strives to bring the entire Santa Barbara community together to celebrate in their truly unique establishment.
The Approach to Food
As one of those good restaurants in Santa Barbara, CA the chefs at The Lark have crafted their menu to feature only locally sourced ingredients that are responsibly grown. They use seasonal ingredients based on the abundant amounts available on the Central Coast. Their good is served family style and is meant to be shared with others. They encourage that you bring your loved ones with you to enjoy their take on food that is good for your soul.
Along with their diverse menu, The Lark serves a full bar that features classic drinks as well as craft cocktails. They take their view of ingredients behind the bar as well and use the finest artisan spirits, mixers and seasonal fruits and vegetables to create the best drinks imaginable. They are also located in California’s Wine Country, so their wine list is also diverse and features highlights from Santa Barbara County producers and artisan wineries from all around the world.