Lark street has many shops, restaurants, etc. Parking is a little iffy. Lark Street Tattoo is a great tattoo shop with experienced tattoo artists.
It was suggested to me to take a walk up and down Lark Street to see all of the local shops. I did stop in a few and while I don't have anything bad to say about them, really, there was nothing that stood out. Now it seems to be nothing more then a street with way too much traffic... More
I had a stroll through Lark St while on a visit . Lots of lovely little restaurants and shops, I shopped in a wholefood place. I also had a nice drink in a bar ,.I think it was called bloomers. Lovely street with an at mosphere quite like the Village in nyc
We stayed just off of Lark Street, and it's a great location for visiting Washington Park (beautiful park surrounded by magnificent old homes). I was also lucky because that evening there was a self-guided house and garden tour of several places in the neighborhood, and I saw some lovely homes and learned about how the area was "rescued" from destruction... More
We went down to lark street after some local stated that was a "happening spot" in albany. OMG!!! They obviously mean totally run down. I cant believe that someone compared it to NYC soho...not a chance. The store fronts are less to be desire and this whole area seems unsafe with a dreary feeling to it. I would never recommend... More
This street is supposed to be the hub for nightlife or bars in Albany. God save us if it is. It is filthy all the time. The only people on this street at any given time all look like they are going to a needle exchange at a clinic somewhere. The bars are all crap, I mean really every single... More
hungry? thirsty? want to shop? need a spot for music? see some historic buildings? view a group of interesting people? if yes, take a walk on lark street for all the above and then walk to washington park for more history of albany. after all, albany is an old and has lots of history to offer. ok, not as old... More
I live off Lark Street and on Friday and Saturday nights, the street looks like trash heaps. What is wrong with people when they have such a historical place in the middle of a city? They just don't care, because they don't live where many of us do. Pick up after yourselves...we live here!
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