How To Avoid Waiting an Hour for a Table at Boogaloo's

The secret, according to TK, is:

Go to brunch at 2:30.


Previously on Mission Mission: Mission “Hipsters”

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12 Responses to “How To Avoid Waiting an Hour for a Table at Boogaloo's”

  1. jerekeys says:

    In two years of living in the Mission, I’ve actually seen this place open twice. I don’t know what crazy hours they keep, but I can’t imagine the food being worth it.

  2. brendan says:

    Or go at 8:30. All the talk about hipsters, I guarantee there are none at 8:30 AM.

  3. buzzgirl says:

    I can’t, for the life of me, figure out why people line up for this mediocre place.

  4. Allan says:

    centrally located? i dunno, i’ve never been

  5. Razzie says:

    what is the deal with that place? can somebody explain? do people like self inflicted pain?

  6. peter says:

    . . . or go some place else for brunch
    . . . or cook, Rainbow opens at 9 you bums!

  7. melissa says:

    yeah, try going somewhere else. the food’s not all that.

  8. Razzie says:

    by the way other recommendations in the neighborhood which you might as well consider for the good quality of food and atmosphere:
    -Universal Cafe
    -foreign cinema….

    good eats

  9. gordonzola says:

    I miss Pazaaz!

  10. Jesse! says:

    living across the street helps get you in faster. Also going on weekdays. The hours are 8 to 3pm, every day.

    They got good veggie options and I like the coffee.

    Foreign Cinema is pricey, douchey and kinda lame with breakfast. EXCEPT the bacon. I’d go there JUST for the bacon, which you have to order on the side anyway, but I digress…

  11. St Francis, though owned by Bugaloos, has much better food.

  12. Allan says:

    and it’s across from pop’s