Dinner at Lazy Bear is as much theater as it is a meal. There’s no elaborate plot lines to follow, just the bustlings of a talented food prep team in the stage-like open kitchen as they shape the show’s star: the food. Only one menu is served each night and diners, welcomed in two seatingsㅡone at 6pm and one at 8:30pmㅡto enjoy their multiple courses in synchrony at two long communal tables. Their modern American offerings use seasonal flavors to create refined dishes like morel mushrooms with egg yolk fudge, favas and ramps and guinea hen with roasted beets, rosemary and arugula. Advanced tickets are required for a seat at the table and each month’s seats are sold at the same time in the middle of the previous month (usually at noon on a Wednesday).
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