Hula Hoops

South San Francisco, CA
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2278 Westborough Blvd
South San Francisco, CA
Opened in May 2018
Tue-Thu 4pm-10:30pm
Fri-Sat 2pm-11:30pm
Sun noon-9:30pm
closed Mondays
All ages
(650) 733-4694

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Hula Hoops



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Everyone You
Decor 8
Drink Quality 7
Drink Selection 7
Food Quality 7
Food Selection 4
Mood 4
Music 1
Service 5
Tikiness 4
Tilt 4
Vibe 6

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Humuhumu’s description

Hula Hoops is a tiki bar and restaurant in South San Francisco (which is different from the south part of the city of San Francisco, it is a separate town down the peninsula, closer to the San Francisco Airport). It has a sporty slant, specifically targeting fans of the local Golden State Warriors basketball team. The main dining room has three televisions to show Warriors games, but are not otherwise in regular use. The space was decorated by tiki legend Bamboo Ben. The main room is a large space with black walls and ceiling, and glass windows along a southern wall, bringing in more light than is customary for a tiki bar. Despite the challenges of a large windowed space, there is a coziness thanks to the wall treatments and an assortment of beachcomber lamps, and there are several good-sized tikis in the space. Worth a special mention is a little tiki lounge room built by Ben just off the main room.
Daniel Parks of Pagan Idol
Pagan Idol
San Francisco, CA
assisted with the drink program, which includes some classic tiki drinks, and also the Bird of Paradise as seen on the menu at Pagan Idol, along with drinks served in real pineapples and coconuts with dry ice effects. The food includes island fare like Spam Musubi, Lumpia Shanghai, and Loco Moco, alongside a selection of inventive pizzas.


Tiare has visited Hula Hoops.
July 11, 2018, 5:58 PM
It is a tiki bar with a loose sports theme so you canít really fault them for TVs playing sports. Itís in a mini mall and was nice some families could go. Many of their drinks could be made virgin for the kids. The decor was nice and they had a back little private room that would be great for a group. They seemed very concerned about making reservations and if people had them despite empty tables. Itís more of a place to have a drink and food then just a bar to hang at. There is a tiny bar area so might not always be free.

The food portions were a little small but everything was tasty. Our drinks were good. Iíd go back. Pro tip: in a mini mall with Goldilocks Filipino bakery. Dangerously good.
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  • Humuhumu
  • Tiare
  • Lokelani
  • Robot Tiki
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