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The Lark Restaurant Review: The Lark, named for proprietors Jim and Mary Lark, is designed in a Portuguese country inn style. Mary, an artist, is responsible for many of the pottery items displayed, and a brick-walled garden produces herbs and flowers during summer. The restaurant offers a seasonal prix-fixe dinner that begins with selections from the appetizer trolley trundled to the table, followed by soup, pasta, a dollop of house-made Italian ice and salad, all at the price of the main course chosen from a brief list. Entrées might include grilled veal medallions, salt-baked shrimp, Alaskan sablefish “Morimoto” with shiitake mushrooms, or honey-crisp Chinese oven-roasted duck. The wine list features more than 1,200 selections. Be sure to check out the wine tastings and special dinners.