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Posted by Tom Walton on 03/20/2017
Le P’tit Laurent Restaurant in San Francisco To Offer Special Tax Season Menu

Le P’tit Laurent Restaurant in San Francisco To Offer Special Tax Season Menu

Location - Le P\'tit Laurent
699 Chenery, San Francisco CA 94131
Start Time
04/02/2017 5:30 pm
End Time
04/27/2017 9:30 pm
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Tags: Food & Dining

Le P’tit Laurent Restaurant in San Francisco To Offer Special Tax Season Menu


Le P’tit Laurent in San Francisco will be serving, Sundays through Thursdays from April 2 through April 27, a special tax season $20.17 two-course prix fixe dinner menu, available in addition to the regular a la carte menu.


The appetizer choices will be the Soup of the Day; a Mixed Salad with fried artichoke, balsamic vinaigrette and Parmesan; or Escargots from Burgundy with garlic parsley butter. For the main course, guests can enjoy homemade Mushroom Raviolis with vegetables and tomato sauce; Fish Bouillabaisse with rouille sauce; or Beef Osso Buco with mashed potatoes and mushroom sauce.


A similar menu will be offered at sister restaurant Chez Marius in San Francisco.


Libations offered at Le P’tit Laurent include an approachable selection of domestic and imported wines with the latter focused on French vintages but supplemented with Spanish, South African, Israeli, New Zealand, Chilean and Argentinean choices as well. The full bar serves modern, traditional and original signature cocktails (often with weekly new creations in this category).


The bistro inspired design of Le P’tit Laurent is notable for its Venetian plaster walls, pressed tin ceiling, chandeliers, wood flooring, a 1940s art deco style wood-topped bar, banquette seating and the reproductions of stylized and classic French advertising posters adorning the walls. The restaurant seats 40 guests, plus 8 at the bar.


Proprietor Laurent Legendre opened Le P'tit Laurent in 2007. Born and raised in Paris, Legendre studied at the internationally acclaimed École Hôtelière and worked at top Parisian restaurants including La Tour d'Argent, Elysée Lenôtre, L'Arpège, and Amphycles. While on vacation in the United States, he fell in love with San Francisco, decided to make it his home, and opened Clementine Restaurant and Bistro Clement prior to Le P'tit Laurent.


Le P’tit Laurent Restaurant is located at 699 Chenery Street, at the corner of Diamond Street, in the Glen Park district of San Francisco, California. The restaurant is open nightly for dinner, Sunday through Thursday from 5.30 p.m. to 9.30 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 5.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m. Neighborhood street parking is available. Reservations, which are recommended (required for parties of six or more), can be made by calling (415) 334-3235. The Web address is