Boogaloo’s may close soon

Eater SF talked to general manager Peter Hood on Friday:

According to Hood, the reason for vacating Boogaloo’s primo location is indeed due to their newly raised, “whacked out Valencia Street rent,” which the business wasn’t willing to pay. And while Hood confirms that the search for a tenant is on starting in September, he says “We want to stay as long as we can for our employees. Our main concern is keeping our current staff employed and helping them find new jobs.” Since the restaurant is just now hitting the market (with its whacked out rent), that means it could be a while. Either way Boogaloo’s will have 30 days notice, which means there will be time to snag a last “Temple ‘O Spuds.” And, says Hood, he’s “open to relocating,” if a reasonable rent still exists in this town.

Read on for more info and downer details.

The lease on the St. Francis Fountain space was listed for sale on Craigslist for a while a couple months back, not sure what’s going on with that though. But I’d bet a property like Boogaloo’s, located at 22nd and Valencia, will be snapped up real quick.

Gone are the days when friends could argue St. Francis Fountain vs. Boogaloo’s year after year, never worrying that either one might ever disappear.

;(

[Photo by Google Maps]

Mission Cantina’s burrito rules

[via Mission Cantina on Instagram]

Nut milk party!

It’s at Four Barrel, tonight. Here’s the deal:

Join the charismatic Christy O. of La Sombra Juice for this dairy-free workshop on making milk from almonds, coconuts, and other things that lack legs but wear shells.

Get tickets and more info here.

F.O.B. Kitchen, ‘the best restaurant in the Mission,’ starts its new every-Wednesday popup tonight!

A couple weeks ago we declared this place “the best restaurant in the Mission.” Go see for yourself.

RSVP and invite your friends!

Flower and water

[via Ticklefight]

Drink of the Week: Shot of Chartreuse with a creamy root beer back

Old Bus Tavern, man. Do it.

I’m not gonna be able to walk past that place without popping in for a round of these. (And probably the cheeseburger too.)

The best restaurant in the Mission is F.O.B. Kitchen

The only trouble is that right now they’re only a restaurant in the Mission as an occasional brunch popup at Cease & Desist. (They’re also doing dinner this Wednesday night a little further out Mission Street at a great little neighborhood bar called Doctor’s Lounge.)

Anyway it’s Filipino food made with quality ingredients and a lot of good vibes, and every time I eat there it’s all I can think about for a week. (And I’ve eaten there every week for about a month or so, so it’s basically all I can think about.) (It’s the best.)

Follow F.O.B. Kitchen on Instagram or F.O.B. Kitchen on Facebook for updates.

[Photos by F.O.B. Kitchen on Instagram]

Take a trip to Vietnam right here in the Mission this Friday night!

This epic banh mi (chicken meatball in a ginger tomato sauce) will be just one of the stars of Friday night’s Summer Night Market at Rice Paper Scissors on Mission Street. Here’s the deal:

This night-market-style dinner fuses Asian cuisine with Californian sensibilities. In this recreation of the street food markets found in Asia, taste phở, noodle soups, braised meats, and coconut shrimp all under one roof.

Beer, wine, and cocktails will be available for purchase from Brick & Mortar.

Full menu, more details, and advance tickets here!

Look at this burger

It’s by a popup simply called Burger, and you can get one of your own Mondays at Cease & Desist (fka Buffalo Wild Wings).

Also, follow Burger on Instagram for lots more juicy pics.

[via FOB Kitchen on Instagram]

Vegan hot dog, a recipe

It’s the one on the far left.

[via @formbasedshawty]