What Kind of Crack Does Sushirrito Put In Its Namesake Products to Produce Insanely Long Lines Every Day?

ZOMG, the lines for lunch at Sushirrito are insane.

So the backlash, it begins:

“Okay guys, before we get too excited about the latest yuppie hybrid, sushi + burrito = sushirrito, let me tell you that it’s really just an oversized sushi roll.  For over ten dollars. And an hour wait. If this still appeals to you, then you must a) really like sushi, and b) have a lot of desire and time on your hands to wait a ridiculously long time. Sara P. and I walked over to Sushiritto around 11:50am on a Wednesday, and the line was already around the corner, spilling onto Jessie.  We were maybe 12 feet from the corner of New Montgomery and Jessie, and it wasn’t until an hour and 20 minutes later that we walked out with our food.”

Oh well.

“Sushirrito offers made-to-order, hand-held sushi burritos stuffed with savory Asian and Latin-infused ingredients and flavors. Introducing fast, fresh, filling and eco-friendly sushi…a fresh way to roll!”

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  2. LAG says:

    Dude, if you count “every day” as in the whole week they’ve actually been open, then yes – there are long lines every day.

  3. sfcitizen says:

    I do!

    There are!

    Dude!

    Abide…