Our next dinners are on Friday and Saturday, September 16 and 17. These dinners mark Lazy Bear's two-year anniversary and we are using many of the same items we used in that first dinner (sweetbreads, octopus, carrots in dessert, etc.). This is a longer format menu with lots of great stuff, and it will be $85/person. It's all BYOB. Reservations and pre-payment via Paypal are required. A tentative menu is at right, but the dinners are several weeks away so please allow for significant variation.
As a reminder, we now do reservations via lottery, and we now (in theory) will accommodate all dietary restrictions if you get in from the lottery. The location will be disclosed after reservation and payment, but it's in SF in the vicinity of the Mission District and is accessible by BART.
Reservations are now open. The initial reservation period will remain open until this Friday, September 2 at
noon (roughly two days from time of posting) 6pm. Assuming there are enough reservation requests submitted to fill up the dinners, at that time we'll run the lottery and we'll start notifying successful parties on a rolling basis after that. We'll be out of town, however, so if you don't hear back from us immediately, you shouldn't necessarily worry. It may take us a day or two to get back to everyone who got in, and even after that parties often cancel and we move down the waitlist. Reservations received after Friday at noon 6pm will be processed first-come, first-served if there are still spots available.
To submit your reservation request, please fill out this form. Please only one submission per party. Using these Google Forms will hopefully make the reservation process much smoother and easier for us, but it's a first for us, so just in case there are any issues with it, we apologize in advance.
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