Dinner at Lazy Bear Underground Restaurant

This is Jane's reservation. She has a reservation for 3. She now has an extra ticket and will choose from the wait list. The ticket is $120 which includes gratuity.

This is a BYOB event.

Menu for this Saturday.

Lazy Bear is an underground fine dining restaurant in San Francisco run by David Barzelay. Every weekend is an all-new menu, with no dishes ever repeated. Lazy Bear (an anagram of David's last name, "Barzelay") is the highest-rated "New American" restaurant in the entirety of San Francisco according to Yelp.com and was named one of the best underground restaurants in San Francisco. Growing entirely by word of mouth, Lazy Bear usually has 1000-person waitlists for 48 or 72 coveted spots in a weekend. Over the past three years, Lazy Bear has served thousands of patrons many hundreds of different dishes. The mailing list has over 7000 subscribers and is growing rapidly.

David began cooking seriously in law school, spending most of his time cooking or studying food and cooking, spending as little time as possible on law. That pattern continued after he took the bar exam and practiced as a lawyer for a brief two years. He is entirely self-taught in cooking, but since quitting law for his culinary pursuits he has staged or done stints in some of the most interesting restaurants in the country, including the seminal pop-up Mission Street Food, Nopa and Commonwealth in SF, McCrady's in Charleston South Carolina under James Beard Award winning Chef Sean Brock, and Michelin-starred Aldea in New York City. In addition, he helped open Commonwealth restaurant in San Francisco's Mission District, acting as its lawyer during startup.

http://www.lazybearsf.com

YELP: http://www.yelp.com/biz/lazy-bear-san-francisco

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