Last month we caught the news that Lark was headed for the former Brandy Ho's space at 4068 18th Street. Now, after a brief remodel, Lark will open with its "new American" menu on Monday, April 13.
As we learned before, the project is a spinoff of sorts of Polk Street Mediterranean spot Dunya, with the same chef-owner Coskun Abik, so it's not surprising to find some of the same Middle Eastern flair creeping onto Lark's menu as well. There's a dish of Kurdish meatballs (beef and lamb); hummus with warm lamb chunks; and a bulgur wheat salad with parsley and lemon that sounds a lot like tabbouleh.
But there's also a burger oh, that's lamb too a ribeye steak, baked cod, roasted mussels with a mustard-white wine sauce, and a roast chicken dish billed as kotopoulo, a Greek lemon chicken dish.
See the full menu below, and check out the wine selection here.