We’ve all heard of dinner and a show, but brunch and a show?
Not so often.
This Sunday, you have the rare opportunity to attend brunch (or lunch or dinner later in the day) while seven artists use chalk to create temporary masterpieces that will don the walls at Lark on the Park for a few months to come. Their use of chalk and blackboard may not be as dramatic as the photo above, but it’s certainly amazing to watch. (Hint: there’s a video at the end of this story.)
Of course, you need to make a reservation soon to snag an available table.
Then, sit back on Sunday with your tomato-avocado Eggs Benedict (pictured), traditional Eggs Benedict, challah French toast or steak frites with eggs, each of which we can tell you from past experiences will thrill your taste buds.
Grab a Bloody Mary, a glass of brunch punch, followed by a seasonal mimosa for good measure—all the while watching phenomenal artwork develop right before your eyes.
We will be there witnessing this unique brunchtime experience personally, so if you recognize us, make sure to come say hello.
And if you don’t know us, don’t worry. We’ll be pretty darn easy to spot.
We’ll be the gays with all the empty wine bottles on the table.
Lark on the Park
Regular Weekend Brunch
Every Saturday & Sunday, 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Chalkboard Art Experience
Sunday, November 12 (open to close)
Reserve your seat on OpenTable