Boogaloos Mobbed at Noon on a Friday


Is this even normal?  I was always under the impression that as long as you didn’t try to go to this place during the ridiculously crowded weekends, you would be okay.  Instead, perhaps owing to the welcome afternoon sunshine, the spot was packed with a waitlist at least ten-deep, so $4 mimosas had to be replaced with the $6 ones down the street at Revolution Cafe.

At least it meant that we got to hang out at the 22nd Street Parklet with these guys:



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9 Responses to “Boogaloos Mobbed at Noon on a Friday”

  1. billy says:

    wow. im so glad this important news was brought my attention. now i will sleep easy throughout the day today, with no intention at all of going to boogaloos on a friday ever again. thanks

  2. who, me? says:

    …nyeh heh heh heh heh…

    …my magneefeecent eedeeot-magnet ees working wonderfully…

    …ee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee heeeee…

  3. Never underestimate the lure of overpriced, mediocre food.

  4. Boogaloo’s is tasty, but rare is the day that I can stand to put up with the crowds, etc.

    My go-to lunkfast joint these days is Mission Kitchen on Mission between 23rd and 24th. Best chilaquiles in town.

  5. Ryan says:

    Boogaloo’s is weak.

  6. generic says:

    It’s a perfectly acceptable breakfast joint for which one would be insane to wait more than 10 minutes.

  7. joe says:

    this is normal. try waking up before 2pm more often.

  8. Opinionated says:

    Why would anyone that cares about the way food tastes and their wallet wait in line for this place?