Mission Hills’ crazy cool Meshuggah Shack!

At the Meshuggah Shack in Mission Hills, they thank you for making it weird.
At the Meshuggah Shack in Mission Hills, they thank you for making it weird.

Today I went on yet another long walk. This time through Mission Hills and Presidio Park. I’ve managed to collect so many photographs in the past couple weeks that there are about a dozen blog posts waiting to be written! Good grief!

Better get to it!

Check this out! I was walking through Mission Hills at the intersection of Goldfinch and Ft. Stockton when I realized I simply HAD to blog about the Meshuggah Shack.

This crazy cool shack is where folks in the neighborhood can grab espressos, lattes, teas and miscellaneous yummy noshes. Their website proclaims: Welcome to the insane asylum . . . Enter at your own risk! Their motto is No Kvetching! Some of their crazy offerings include Crackhead Chai Latte, Ian’s Make You Wanna Hula, and Teresa’s Sin and Salvation. I think maybe by now you get the idea.

Meshuggah Shack has proven to be so popular, they’ve opened a second location in East Village in the Quartyard project. But the original in Mission Hills is WAY cooler!

The Meshuggah Shack in Mission Hills is celebrating 5 years of completely unabashed zaniness.
The Meshuggah Shack in Mission Hills is celebrating 5 years of completely unabashed zaniness.
There are all sorts of odd things dangling from the ceiling, clinging to the walls, and on shelves.
There are all sorts of odd things dangling from the ceiling, clinging to the walls, and cluttering shelves.
Cool stuff includes bizarre images, dolls, plastic dinosaurs, peace signs, almost anything that seems hip, absurd, irreverent or just funny.
Crazy stuff includes bizarre knickknacks, dolls, a disco ball, a dinosaur, and almost anything that seems absurd, irreverent or just funny.
More odd, fun objects.
More odd, fun objects.
Enjoy your snack or beverage outside at this cool corner of Goldfinch and Ft. Stockton.
Enjoy your snack or beverage outside at this cool corner of Goldfinch and Ft. Stockton.
Pillars supporting the crazy shack's roof are covered with a mosaic of tiles, mirrors, mugs, shells, you name it. As you can see from the lights, it was around Christmas when I took my photos.
Pillars supporting the crazy shack’s roof are covered with a mosaic of tiles, mirrors, mugs, shells, you name it. As you can see from the lights, it was around Christmas when I took my photos.
The Meshuggah Shack in Mission Hills is very hard to miss! So are their treats!
The Meshuggah Shack in Mission Hills is very hard to miss! Hungry?

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Richard Schulte

Downtown San Diego has been my home for many years. My online activities reflect my love for writing, blogging, walking and photography.

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