A luxurious era in American rail travel extended from the 1920s through the 1950s. During this golden age of railroading, California was the destination for many of the nation’s famous transcontinental trains, including The Lark. This namesake line ran the tracks that lie nearby the restaurant. The design for the Lark embodies the ambience and magic of the days and nights of bygone rail travel, without reliance on the conventional imagery associated with trains.
Done with Trevor Hubbard at butchershop.co