As for “MOOD ELEVATORS” you can indulge yourself in champagne cocktails for $6.00. These include Mimosa orange juice, Cyprus grapefruit, Poinsettia cranberry juice, Bougainvillea cranberry & orange juice, and Manzanita apple juice. Beers go for $5.00. You can also choose to have Petrov Vodka Cocktails for $7.00; these include Screwdriver orange juice, Greyhound grapefruit juice, and Bloody Mary tomato juice.
There are over a dozen types of beverages listed under “CAFE TRACKS”. Bottomless House Coffee and Iced Coffee go for $2.50 each. Fresh Brewed Iced Tea, Teas, Espresso, Americano, and Cafe Au Lait go for $3.00 each while Cappuccino goes for $3.50. Hot chocolate, Mexican hot chocolate go for $4.00 while Mocha goes for $4.50.
The “SINGLES” is Boogaloos’ version of side dishes. If you would like to add individual items to your meal, this is the section to look at. One egg of any style costs $2.00, while two cost $3.75. Tortillas, Salsa Ranchero, Fresh Salsa or Sour cream all go for $1.50 each. Avocado or guacamole goes for $2.00. White rice, Blueberry Coffee Cake, English Muffin, Corn Muffin, Boogaloo Biscuit, Sourdough, Wheat, or Rye go for $3.00 each. Homefries, Black beans, Vegan Sausage, Ham, Bacon, Andouille, and chicken-apple sausage go for $3.75 each. Steak and Soy-Rizo Hash go for $5.75 while Chorizo hash goes for $6.75.
Generally, Boogaloos enjoys a positive review among clients, and helps cater to business events for banks and credit unions around San Francisco. Many people have applauded the restaurant’s service, saying that the meals served are generous and well priced. Clients also reported that although the restaurant is busy on weekends, the wait time is relatively short. There is a consensus among people who frequent Boogaloos that the meals and drinks served at the restaurant are delicious. Customers also appreciate the fact that there is a wide variety of items to choose from on the Boogaloos menu. Boogaloos’ staff is also very friendly towards customers and relatively knowledgeable about the different things on their menu.
Many of the restaurant’s customers say that they would or have already recommended the restaurant to their family and friends. The location is convenient, and the space is well decorated. The restaurant’s vibe truly embodies San Francisco’s culture. If you happen to be in Mission District, then Boogaloos is the perfect place to grab your breakfast, lunch, or brunch. They have a little bit of everything for everyone. Keep in mind that the restaurant’s operating hours are from 8 am to 3 pm. Unfortunately, Boogaloos currently only has a takeaway service and does not offer dine-ins.