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Brenda and Scott's Wedding
"Lark Street is often referred to as the "Greenwich Village" of the Capital Region, this is the friendly and funky urban center of the Capital Region. A diverse range of shopping is available. You can find contemporary art, antiques, one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces, vintage clothing, flowers, books, and wine."
Michelle and Todd's Wedding
"Visit their website: www.larkstreet.org for a list of shops and dining - good for a cup of coffee and glass of wine!"
Gina and Peter's Wedding
"Lark Street is a historic street in Albany. It is part of the "Center Square" and "Hudson Park" neighborhoods, and is located one block east of Washington Park. Lark Street is home to many independently owned shops, coffee houses, restaurants, art galleries, antique shops, bars, and tattoo parlors. Just a short walk from downtown Albany's business district, Lark Street has long been a mix of commercial and residential that is reminiscent of the some neighborhoods of Manhattan. Nineteenth century brownstones are a common sight on the street. Shopping is available, and many storefronts are tucked into basement-level or second-story shops, further lending to their appeal. Shoppers can find contemporary art, antiques, jewelry, vintage clothing, flowers, books, and wine. There are many dining places, including Tex-Mex, Greek, Thai, Indian, Hunan, Italian and Japanese restaurants. The original Bombers Burrito Bar franchise is located on Lark Street. Included is a link that provides Lark Street's Dinning and Night Life guide."
Loida Joy and Keith's Wedding
"A great choice of bars and restaurants after visiting Albany's downtown photo sites. Our favorites are Justins, Bombers Burrito Bar, Lionheart and Dunkin Donuts."
John and Leah's Wedding
Albany, New York, US