Choose from Three Options
- $30 for an exclusive two-course prix fixe lunch for two, available Wednesday–Friday
- $40 for an exclusive two-course prix fixe brunch with mimosas for two, available Saturday and Sunday
- $80 for an exclusive three-course prix fixe dinner for two, available Tuesday–Sunday
For each exclusive prix-fixe menu, diners select from a specific list of choices for each course. Click here to view the prix-fixe menus.
D Bar San Diego
Keegan Gerhard was pursuing his passion when he learned to be a chef. That passion, however, was cycling; working as a chef was merely a source of income as Gerhard trained and traveled to compete. Soon enough, though, Gerhard was consumed by the culinary arts, and it wasn't long before he was running his first kitchen. After firing the pastry chef one day, he took over the dessert program—an experience that proved revelatory.
Since mastering his craft, he has been a part of five James Beard dinners and served as the host of Food Network Challenge. As its co-owner and executive pastry chef, Gerhard seeks to make D Bar an exercise in all things delightful. This commitment to whimsy and sophisticated flavors is evident in each of the restaurant's three categories:
Among its Drinks you'll find an healthy selection of wine and "liquid bread" (aka beer), as well as cocktail concoctions like the salted-caramel martini, in which salted-caramel and vanilla vodkas mingle with cream and tuile wafers.
The Dining menu trades in gourmet yet casual spins on familiar dishes, including the Southern-Fried Belgian 2.0. This example of next-level southern cooking features buttermilk fried chicken, bacon and maple-sugar waffles, honey mustard, and sweet-potato fries.
Dessert is all about indulgence. The decadence ranges from the simple—milk and cookies—to the complicated, like d=mc². Its milk-chocolate mousse is accompanied by milk-chocolate ice cream and the satisfying crunch of salted-caramel and peanut-butter Rice Krispies.