This novelty restaurant, which looks like something from the Eisenhower administration, is named after owner Boogie Weinglass, who was portrayed by ... More
This novelty restaurant, which looks like something from the Eisenhower administration, is named after owner Boogie Weinglass, who was portrayed by Mickey Rourke in the film Diner . Old photographs and the obligatory Elvis Presley mementos line the walls. It is popular with tourists and is very kid friendly. If you are curious to know what a USD9 burger looks like, order the Boogie Burger. Instead of a beef patty, it is a beef edifice, which weighs one whopping pound. For something lighter, opt for the Ahi sandwich or the Chicken Parmesan. The restaurant opens daily at 10:30a.
They really do have great jeans, but the sales people are too motivated by commissions to always give you an honest answer. It could be a great store, but the owner, unfortunately does not understand the current retail environment.
Boogies is such a fun place. It is a diner with a store on the main floor. The food is good and the sevice is good as well. Also it doesn't cost to much and if there is a long wait you can walk around the shop and look at the clothes or get a shirt air brushed. I love this place so much i go here every time i'm in Aspen.
Hi ,I'm Steve from London UK my wife and I have been coming to Aspen for the last 12 years allways stop off at Boogies,the food is great the staff are the best especally Bob Petrus in the kitchen.I own the only 50's imported American Roadside Diner in the UK www.StarvinMarvins.co.uk in Greenford London so take a look.Thanks to all at Boogies. Steve & Sue Murphy