held its grand opening party Thursday night, celebrating two months open in Ditmas Park.
"It's been going really well," said co-owner Lori Kranczer. "The feedback we got from the community has been overwhelming. It's been so enjoyable."
Lark supporters came from near and far, including Councilman Mathieu Eugene, D-Ditmas Park, who made his way around the cafe to chat with patrons and take photos.
"I came to show my support," Eugene said. "This is my District."
A representative from the office of Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz also came out to give a proclamation of support and declare the day Lark day.
Co-owner Kari Browne said the night had been an overwhelming success. "I've lost track of how many people have come," she said. "It's been a mix of familar faces and people I recognize from during the day [at the cafe]. It's neat seeing how this has become part of the neighborhood."