DailyDirt: Eating At Chipotle

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Some people really like eating at Chipotle. It’s supposed to be healthy (although it really depends on what you order). The ingredients are often (but not always) from sustainable sources, and customers enjoy their meals. A few really fanatical eaters have devised some bizarre eating games with Chipotle food. Almost every fast food restaurant has a “secret menu” of some kind nowadays, but if you really like Chipotle, here are some extreme eaters who have documented their Chipotle purchases.

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Anonymous Coward says:

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Uriel-238 (profile) says:

Don't get it.

I’ve yet to find the allure of Chipotle, though to be fair, San Francisco is a city of great taquerías.

After the Scarecrow campaign, I looked up how much of Chipotle food was really from organic and free-range sources and found that there were an awful lot of exceptions where they couldn’t find an organic or free-range provider. It seemed Chipotle wasn’t trying as hard as the Scarecrow campaign implied.

The couple of times I’ve eaten there, the food was bland but palatable. It was also expensive for a buritto in San Francisco (which are, in turn, more expensive than burittos in Oakland).

So…. meh.

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