Ok this place is pricey, and the clientele were a little snobbish, but the wait staff was super friendly and fast and attentive etc. etc. Get the biscuits and gravy, seriously get them!
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I went to Larks with two young-at-heart friends who were celebrating senior birthdays. The ambiance was wonderful--quiet, elegant, and reminiscent of the "fancy" places of our youth in San Francisco. The food was excellent, though the serving size was modest, and the service was attentive without being pushy. The adjacent lobby of the Ashland Springs hotel was fun to visit.
I was at Lark's with eight other women for a birthday celebration. Two of us split a cobb salad. Usually this is a huge salad, and I can't eat it all. Judging by the high price of this salad, the splits should have been a decent size. They weren't! I had to eat plenty of bread to make this enough... More
Service started a little slow but got much better. Small menu but fantastic food with local sources and wine list with wonderful local wines - other wines too. We had short ribs and rabbit cacciatore- both great. Wonderful 5 year old Oregon Pinot waiter suggested
Occasionally one runs across a restaurant that's on the beaten path location-wise, but definitely at stand-out when it comes to the food. Larks is that restaurant. It's attached to an old classic hotel, so it has that flavor of elegant times past, but don't come for the surroundings--come for the food. The menu is really interesting; the food is amazing;... More
This is the second time we've eaten at the Lark's. First time was a memorable dining experience. This time was no different. Everything was great from the cocktails, bread, appetizer and main course. One of our main courses was pasta with mushrooms and pancetta. The pasta was homemade and perfectly we cooked. The other entrée was short ribs and were... More
Larks is much of what it looks like - a luxury hotel in-house restaurant. Both the hotel and the restaurant are definitely of a certain age (architecturally and design-wise), but I give the restaurant credit for a very contemporary menu - I'd say it's Northwest cuisine - and for not being quite as pricey as the hotel rooms are. There's... More
We went here with a fairly large group of people for lunch. This being the off-season in Ashland, it was a little quiet. I had the Reuben and my wife had the brie melt. Both were good, although I thought the Reuben was a little heavy on the kraut and a little light on the meat. The service was very... More
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