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Thursday, April 12, 2007

Claim your deductions, then claim your free burrito

So I've kind of taken it upon myself to bring Foodie Report readers any and all news about free food. The latest: Participating Chipotle locations are giving away free burritos on tax day, Monday, April 16. But there's a catch: You also must buy a burrito on April 14 or 15, save your receipt and attach it to something called a BurritoEZ-FWI form, which I'm assuming is available at Chipotle locations. It sure beats dressing up like a burrito on Halloween, but I'm not sure it'll be worth standing in what's sure to be an even longer than usual line at the Chipotle on Paxton Avenue in Hyde Park (or is it Oakley?), which is perpetually more packed than a supermarket before a snowfall. Seriously, are any other local Chipotles as crowded as that one?



at 1:19 PM Blogger Byron McCauley said...


I don't know about other days, but the Chipotle located in Sprindale has to be the most crowded in town on Saturday nights and Sundays -- all day. It's a fav of the Vineyard crowd.

The quickest Chipotle service is in Kenwood on Reed Hartman near Cornell. There's also a newish one near my house on Union Center Blvd., but the chicken is quite spicy.

at 11:17 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Before you go, check out this Chipotle Calorie Calculator.....


at 2:31 PM Blogger Lauren Bishop said...

Ah, yes. Never underestimate the draw of an inexpensive eatery near a place of worship, especially a mega-church. I'm not surprised that the Chipotle near the Vineyard does big business.

And while I've been to the Chipotle Calorie Calculator, I choose to ignore its findings.

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