In its early years LuLu was a magnet for dot-commers, but now it seems to appeal more to business diners and conventioneers from nearby Moscone Center (although some locals still consider it a fave). Rustic cuisine that's easy for large groups to share are the custom here, like mixed antipasti platters (you pick three items); mussels roasted in an iron skillet; wood-oven roasted poultry, meats, and shellfish; nightly rotisserie specials; and a small selection of pizzas
and pastas. Main-course specials include a rotisserie-cooked option that changes daily; Friday brings spit-roasted suckling pig. Wine drinkers will appreciate the long list of choices by the glass. Note: when LuLu is packed, service can suffer.