This centrally located eatery is an icon of Tucson's dining scene. For 39 years, Bobo's has served breakfasts and lunches in generous portions to a ... More
This centrally located eatery is an icon of Tucson's dining scene. For 39 years, Bobo's has served breakfasts and lunches in generous portions to a devoted clientele that helps spread its fame all over town. The restaurant, a clean and well-lit place, opens its doors early morning to feed early risers, and the rush builds up until the lunch crowd descends around midday. Breakfast and lunch are served any time. Try the famous egg and meat breakfast dishes, like the slab of ham or the 6-ounce top sirloin steak, to learn what a BIG American breakfast is all about.
We went to the restaurant around 1:00 pm and they were not too busy. But maybe our waitress was ready to go home because we had to ask for everything....even drinks. We arrived and ordered our food before the tables around us but we had to wait longer for our food for some reason.
I'll give the restaurant a second chance I think they just had a bad waitress.
This place is really great! Great food, funny waitresses... Good times. If you go, you NEED to have the pancake. That bad boy is way oversized, but delicious! Enjoy! It's worth the money - and the wait.
Bobo's doesn't look like a place you would stop unless someone told you about it. It's not fancy~it's like going back in time to a simpler place and the prices reflect that. But simple does not describe the food. Everything is excellent; you must get the home fries-just like Grandma made. You will continue to go back.
The atmosphere here is in no way elegant so expect some relaxing, down home folks and surroundings. The food is the best breakfast food around (never tried their lunch selection). But, remember, it's just a breakfast joint so it closes at 2pm...don't delay.
This is the closest thing to a NY diner that I so miss and love! The people are very cool and friendly and the food is great..coffee could be stronger..but the omlettes and the bananna pancakes are delish.
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