As the smaller brother of Austin;'s renowned La Perla's seafood Clark's bar comes across with a perfect atmosphere of modern sea-faring with maritime colors on furniture and the floor, also the staff dresses up in matching colors. Very clean, small and tight it does not feel Texan at all, it feels very sophisticated, more Euro or New York. The outdoor tables are made of solid wood with matching chairs with yacht-style cushion. Outdoor seating is probably only good in winter as their patio point South with a lot of sun coming in until it sets.
The food selection is seafood. For the guests who shouldn't have gone there in the first place there is a steak and a burger on the menu, which feels displaced. We had mussels and cioppino, all well balanced, nicely spiced and superbly presented. They have a caviar selection from around the world (no Iranian though) at the usual high prices for caviar (50g for 150$). In quality their caviar selection ends at Ossetra (which is perfectly fine). Wine list is short and goes by region name, which will require a little wine knowledge to pick what you like. Prices are high but worth every dollar.
Couldn't try all at the same time. They have also a whole fish from the grill, which makes them very special and unique in the country of indistinguishable "fish-filet".
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