San Francisco Sundays

Lazy Bear

What began as a somewhat secret pop-up has been a permanent fixture in the San Francisco restaurant scene for the last several years. Touted as a “fine dining dinner party”, Lazy Bear gathers all their guests at a beautiful elm wood communal dining table for an evening that, unless you’re eating at Michelin star restaurants regularly, you’ll likely never forget.

Before being seated, you can mingle with other patrons while enjoying aperitifs and exciting appetizers in their cozy upstairs lounge. Serving one menu of over 15 visually stunning courses each night, you will leave feeling full and inspired.

Ticket sales are announced via Twitter where all the month’s tickets are sold at once. Lazy Bear considers their meals a one-of-a-kind experience like a concert, baseball game, or theatre event - so the tickets are non-refundable, but can be transferred to a lucky friend or family member, if you’re in the unfortunate position of having to pass on the fun.


Lazy Bear
3416 19th Street
lazybearsf.com


Written & Photographed by Mina Seville

Lazy Bear

What began as a somewhat secret pop-up has been a permanent fixture in the San Francisco restaurant scene for the last several years. Touted as a “fine dining dinner party”, Lazy Bear gathers all their guests at a beautiful elm wood communal dining table for an evening that, unless you’re eating at Michelin star restaurants regularly, you’ll likely never forget.

Before being seated, you can mingle with other patrons while enjoying aperitifs and exciting appetizers in their cozy upstairs lounge. Serving one menu of over 15 visually stunning courses each night, you will leave feeling full and inspired.

Ticket sales are announced via Twitter where all the month’s tickets are sold at once. Lazy Bear considers their meals a one-of-a-kind experience like a concert, baseball game, or theatre event - so the tickets are non-refundable, but can be transferred to a lucky friend or family member, if you’re in the unfortunate position of having to pass on the fun.


Lazy Bear
3416 19th Street
lazybearsf.com


Written & Photographed by Mina Seville