Ah, January. It’s the season for diets and cleanses and somehow also the time for big and unabashed burritos — warmed, melted, grilled, smothered, breakfast, snack, or otherwise packaged.
Originally from Mexico, burritos have finally become an American staple. They’re now featured across restaurant menus for three meals a day and late nights, loaded with slow-cooked meats and rice, or packed with eggs and sautéed veggies. In Denver, thank heavenly tortillas, there is now a burrito for every taste and preference.
This map spans some newer rolled-up havens and some time-tested standbys. Find drive-thru windows and sit-down dinners and everything in between them. From Federal Boulevard to Boulder, Berkeley, and beyond, here is a guide to get any burrito lover dreaming about duck fat potatoes, red and green chilies, melted cheeses, and chorizo.
Note: Map points are listed from west to east. If we missed your favorite burrito spot, please feel free to share with us in the comments below or send a tip to firstname.lastname@example.org.Read More