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a flour tortilla folded around a filling

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Plenty of great drinks and cocktails as well as the Lucha Libre club night make this far more than just a place to get a burrito.
We're excited about kicking off the fall with our first annual Free Baja Burrito Day for our neighborhoods and customers," says Kevin Ozias, Taco Del Mar Territory Manager.
There's a pretty broad selection of choices so you can send your burrito in different directions.
One of the most buzzing new eateries is Evil Eye Beer and Burrito Shack, near the junction with Ullet Road.
It was introduced in Lancaster in 2012 by two ex-students, Go Burrito has experienced huge achievement at its Lower Church Street shop and at present intends on opening another in Friargate, Preston.
We're incredibly excited about expanding the Mucho Burrito brand in England and the United Kingdom marketplace and continuing to feed the local appetite with our fresh gourmet spin on Mexican food," said Sean Black, Chef Development Officer MTY Group Mucho Burrito.
True, some staples like chips and salsa make appearances at Cairo's supermarkets; for more filling fare, however, Gordo Burrito is a good bet.
Sloppy's Burritos is introducing a new approach to burrito artistry with its signature “flash-grilling” process.
That's when his brother-in-law, suspect Erik Brown, "took a Taco Bell burrito and threw it at his face with force," according to the report from the Port St.
SNAPSHOT: EVOL Burritos is a Boulder-based manufacturer of made-from-scratch natural and organic frozen burritos.
We call them the burrito brigade," says 35-year-old Jason Bamburg, who's called the park his home for eight months.
ON THE DASHBOARD: Jack in the Box Sirloin Steak and Egg Burrito With Hash Brown Sticks
Ruiz Foods recently introduced a fifth flavor to its El Monterey Butcher Wrapped Burrito line--Chorizo, Egg and Cheese.
DAYTON, Ohio -- Aspiring Christian rapper Joe Melendrez wrote and performed "Gotta Get It Now," an ode to a burrito, to win a contest at the Chipotle Mexican restaurant in Dayton, Ohio.