San Francisco chef Michael Mina will run two eateries at the planned Levi's Stadium that would turn into a members-only "tailgate" party before San Francisco 49ers games for season ticket holders, the team announced.Mina, who owns the Bourbon Steak eatery in San Francisco, will open Bourbon Steak and Bourbon Pub at Levi's on Aug. 2, to coincide with the San Jose Earthquakes versus Seattle Sounders FC soccer match, 49ers chief operating officer Paraag Marathe said.Visit restaurant site here At a news conference with Marathe outside the stadium project today, Mina said he became acquainted with 49ers chief executive officer Jed York and Marathe contacted him last year about the opportunity to open a high-end restaurant for fans and the public at Levi's.Mina said he came up with a concept of a high-end steak house and a separate pub serving food with valet parking and open to the public 365 days a year. He said that as a 22-year season ticket holder for 49ers games he has for years met with chefs from other cities to cook before games in the parking lots outside Candlestick Park. "Every Sunday we would come and do these tailgate parties," Mina said. "If New...