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Restaurant in SF where you can wear Pajamas and eat in bed?

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newuserid Jul 12, 2006 06:55 AM

Hi all!

I'm racking my brain trying to remember the name of this restaurant in SF where apparently they have beds all around, and even have Pajama party nights where patrons can eat in their PJs. I remember reading about it a few months ago on Citysearch, but can't find it now.

Anyone know what place i'm talking about?

Any help would be much appreciated!!

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    San Francisco Gourmet RE: newuserid Jul 12, 2006 07:00 AM

    I don't remember hearing about pajama parties, but Supperclub has beds in lieu of dining tables.

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      newuserid RE: newuserid Jul 12, 2006 07:29 AM

      that's the one! THANK YOU!!

      1. Robert Lauriston RE: newuserid Jul 12, 2006 11:55 PM

        From reports here, it's not much of a restaurant.

        http://www.chowhound.com/topics/show/...

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          San Francisco Gourmet RE: Robert Lauriston Jul 13, 2006 12:04 AM

          Keep in mind, however, that the restaurant just hired a new chef (Jon Stevens) to replace opening chef Jerry McGinnis.

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            asirolli RE: Robert Lauriston Jul 13, 2006 12:38 AM

            Supperclub isn't your average restaurant. Rather than a fine dining experience, it's more like an event where a fairly good 5-course meal is served.

            Their mission is to stimulate all five senses, often in ways that would be far from conventional in any other establishment. Artists may be painting in corners, thai massages are offered, films are shown, quasi-circus acts are performed, and after dinner, the whole place is transformed into a dance club.

            As for the food itself, it's pretty good, but not outstanding. If you consider that they serve a fixed menu to over 100 people, all of whom were seated at the same time, it meets expectations.

            If you're looking for a top SF restaurant, this isn't it. But if you're looking for a fun, interesting night out with a group of friends, Supperclub is a great alternative to the "norm".

            1. re: asirolli
              Robert Lauriston RE: asirolli Jul 13, 2006 04:34 PM

              Previous reports here weren't unanimous that the food was good.

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