***SAD NEWS--SEEMS THIS PLACE IS CLOSING AFTER 24 YEARS TO BE REPLACED BY SOMETHING ELSE. IT WAS A GOOD RUN, GOOD BRUNCH AND GOOD BURGER***
San Francisco has any number of neighborhoods like the Mission or SOMA or Castro and what not. But there are parts of town that are on the fringes of hoods and seemingly cross over from one to the other such as TenderNob--the space between the Tenderloin and Nob Hill. These combo name hoods are really more for locals but sometimes these areas in between are more ambiguous like say the area around Franklin Park to the West of Portrero Avenue and East of South Van Ness. It's not really the Mission and not really Potrero Hill--more like MissTrero? Though it doesn't have a combo name. What does this have to do with anything? Well, nothing really but me and the SO decided to grab brunch one early-ish Sunday morning and I suggested we head out to this spot of town thinking we could slip into Universal Cafe (a place I hadn't been in ages) but alas, even 10:30 am was too late as a waiting crowd had already amassed outside. Thus we set our sights on another place a few blocks away and voila we were able to get into Slow Club before their rush eventually packed the place (which it did).