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- Alabama: el jaguar burrito, Maya Mexican Restaurant, Homewood
- Alaska: fajita burrito, Serrano’s Mexican Grill, Anchorage
- Arizona: el padre burrito, Seis Kitchen, Tucson
- Arkansas: breakfast burrito, Mugs Café, North Little Rock
- California: birria burrito, Burritos La Palma, various locations
- Colorado: breakfast burrito, Santo, Boulder
- Connecticut: vegetarian burrito, La Cosinita Mexican Cafe, New Haven
- Delaware: burrito camaron, Taqueria Atexcac, Newark
- Florida: smothered burrito, A-Mari-Mix Restaurant, Miami
- Georgia: breakfast burrito, El Tesoro, Atlanta
- Hawaii: wet burrito, Alejandro’s Tacos, Honolulu
- Idaho: ultimate burrito, Bandido’s Mexican Grill, Nampa
- Illinois: carne asada burrito, Taqueria El Asadero, Chicago
- Indiana: Ricky’s famous burritos, Ricky’s Taqueria, Elkhart
- Iowa: build your own, Fernando’s Mexican Grill, Des Moines
- Kansas: breakfast burrito, El Gordo Mexican, Wichita
- Kentucky: drunk burrito, Con Huevos, Louisville
- Louisiana: flying burrito, Juan’s Flying Burrito, New Orleans
- Maine: smothered burrito, Taco Escobarr, Portland
- Maryland: burrito dragon, Tacos Tolteca, Baltimore and Fallston
- Massachusetts: el guapo burrito, El Pelón Taquería, Boston
- Michigan: maiz burrito, Burrito Mundo, Grosse Pointe Woods
- Minnesota: smothered burrito, Bravo Burritos, Saint Cloud
- Mississippi: build your own, Burrito Zone & Tamales, D’Iberville and Gautier
- Missouri: fajita burrito, Mariachi’s II Mexican Restaurant, St. Louis
- Montana: breakfast burrito, Jam!, Bozeman
- Nebraska: breakfast burrito, For the Love of Food Truck, Bellevue
- Nevada: California burrito, Me Gusta Tacos, Henderson
- New Hampshire: build your own, California Burritos, Nashua
- New Jersey: golden avocado burrito, Tacoria, New Brunswick
- New Mexico: California burrito, Taqueria Mexico, Albuquerque
- New York: vegan chorizo burrito, Jajaja, New York City
- North Carolina: pressed burrito, Beer Barrio, Wilmington
- North Dakota: breakfast burrito, El Azteca, Minot
- Ohio: brother’s burrito, Ohio City Burrito, Cleveland and Lakewood
- Oklahoma: left coast burrito, OSO Paseo, Oklahoma City
- Oregon: various, Saint Burrito, Portland
- Pennsylvania: breakfast burrito, Baby Loves Tacos, Pittsburgh
- Rhode Island: build your own, Tallulah’s Taqueria, Providence
- South Carolina: burrito of the week, Boca Grande Burritos, Columbia
- South Dakota: various, Giliberto’s Mexican Taco Shop, Sioux Falls
- Tennessee: brisket burrito, Chivo Taqueria, Knoxville
- Texas: build your own, Cabo Bob’s, Austin
- Utah: California burrito, Alberto’s, Salt Lake City
- Vermont: Gordo burrito, Taco Gordo, Burlington
- Virginia: burrito del mar, Pepe’s Mexican Restaurant, Richmond
- Washington: baby burrito, Tacos Chukis, Seattle
- West Virginia: seared tuna burrito, Black Sheep Burrito, Charleston and Huntington
- Wisconsin: wet burrito, Café Corazón, Milwaukee
- Wyoming: Tex-Mex burrito, The Merry Piglets, Jackson
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If you think of a burrito as simply beans, salsa, and cheese tucked up in a flour tortilla, you haven’t tasted the best America has to offer. Our selection features ingredients like fried avocado, grilled steak, and tater tots. Some encase all that deliciousness in a wrap, while others are served smothered in sauce. Whether you prefer yours classic or with a twist, read on for the best in every state.
Alabama: el jaguar burrito, Maya Mexican Restaurant, Homewood
The el jaguar burrito sells like hot tamales at this casual Tex-Mex restaurant in Homewood. It’s filled with your choice of grilled steak or chicken and mushrooms, topped with queso (cheese sauce), cilantro, and chorizo, and comes with rice and beans. Customers say it’s magnificent, the steak is cooked well, the chorizo is good quality, and it’s a good size.
Alaska: fajita burrito, Serrano’s Mexican Grill, Anchorage
A favorite spot for Mexican in Anchorage, Serrano’s is known for its warm, friendly atmosphere. The restaurant also happens to be one of the best places in the state for Mexican food, including fabulous burritos. One of its most beloved dishes is its fajita burrito, containing sautéed peppers and onions and your choice from a range of different meats. It’s all wrapped in a flour tortilla with a generous dollop of guacamole.
Arizona: el padre burrito, Seis Kitchen, Tucson
This Mexican street food restaurant, with two locations in Tucson and one in Oro Valley, is famed for its el padre burrito, found on the breakfast menu. The flour tortilla is stuffed with grilled steak, eggs, crispy potatoes, cheese, pico de gallo (tomato salsa), and green chili. Customers say the steak is tender and the green chilies are packed with flavor. There are several other options to choose from too.
Arkansas: breakfast burrito, Mugs Café, North Little Rock
Craving a burrito first thing in the morning? Head to Mugs Café, a relaxed breakfast and lunch spot known for its breakfast burrito. It makes a spicy and filling start to the day, packed with eggs, chorizo, tomato, red onion, cilantro, and Monterey Jack cheese, all nestled in a flour tortilla. It’s hands down one of the most popular items on the menu.
California: birria burrito, Burritos La Palma, various locations
The little burritos at Burritos La Palma are the hottest thing in the Golden State, even featuring in the Michelin guide. They’re smaller than usual, containing just a few ingredients and no rice or lettuce, so it’s not unusual to see someone walking away from one of its stores in Los Angeles, El Monte, or Santa Ana with a paper tray containing three or four. The birria, filled with spicy shredded beef, is the best – customers say it’s crammed with flavor and juiciness, while the tortilla melts in your mouth.
Colorado: breakfast burrito, Santo, Boulder
Customers pile on the praise for the breakfast burrito on the breakfast menu at Santo, a stylish Mexican restaurant in Boulder. Inside are scrambled eggs, tender greens, tater tots, beans, peppers, cheese, pico de gallo, and crema (similar to sour cream), with the meat version adding house-made chorizo. You can then choose to ‘smother’ it in a choice of sauce: red (made with red tomatoes and chilies) or green (made with green tomatoes and chilies). Customers say it’s the best they’ve ever had – and huge.
Connecticut: vegetarian burrito, La Cosinita Mexican Cafe, New Haven
The star dish at no-frills Mexican joint La Cosinita Mexican Cafe is the vegetarian burrito. Surprisingly, it contains home fries (cubed potatoes) as well as pineapple salsa and cheese – although the ingredients sometimes change. Plus, it’s big enough to be stretched across two meals. Another perk is that you’ll find Mexican Coca-Cola here.
Delaware: burrito camaron, Taqueria Atexcac, Newark
This cozy Mexican restaurant serves a wide range of tacos, tortas, enchiladas, and quesadillas, but it’s the burrito camaron that gets people talking (between mouthfuls). A flour tortilla is packed with a generous helping of shrimp plus beans, cheese, onion, peppers, and tomato. It’s then covered in chipotle sauce and sour cream and served with guacamole. Those who’ve ordered it say it’s the best Mexican food in Delaware.
Florida: smothered burrito, A-Mari-Mix Restaurant, Miami
The best burrito in Florida can be found at Mexican fusion restaurant A-Mari-Mix, known for its outstanding food and service. The smothered burrito is a huge flour tortilla filled with your choice of protein such as ropa vieja (braised steak) or shrimp, yellow rice, refried beans, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, cilantro, and árbol (a potent chili). It’s then completely covered in red and green sauce, cheese, and sour cream.
Georgia: breakfast burrito, El Tesoro, Atlanta
Head to taqueria and coffee shop El Tesoro for a small but filling breakfast burrito that gets rave reviews. It’s a fresh flour tortilla that’s rolled up with cheese and your choice of filling, then griddled to perfection. Customers love the vegetarian options such as migas (scrambled egg, queso, Mexican-style corn, tortilla crumbs, and pico de gallo) and frijalero (refried black beans, scrambled egg, queso, and pico de gallo). There can be a long line for food but customers reckon it’s worth it.
Hawaii: wet burrito, Alejandro’s Tacos, Honolulu
Wet burritos are the thing at Alejandro’s Tacos, a quirky pink restaurant that started life as a taco cart. These delicious creations come smothered in spicy sauce, shredded cheese, sour cream, cilantro, and black olives. Choose between beef, carnitas (braised pork), carne asada (sliced steak), or vegetarian. It’s the sauce that everyone seems to love though.
Idaho: ultimate burrito, Bandido’s Mexican Grill, Nampa
The ultimate burrito at this family-run Mexican restaurant gets glowing reviews. First choose your meat from eight options including pork chile verde (pork slow-cooked in green chili), birria (spicy beef), al pastor (spit-grilled pork), and asada. Ultimate comes with everything: rice, beans, cheese, salsa, sour cream, onions, jalapeños, and cilantro. Customers say it’s huge and inexpensive and that they can’t wait to return.
Illinois: carne asada burrito, Taqueria El Asadero, Chicago
At this dinky, cash-only taqueria you’ll find a carne asada burrito that’s brimming with flavorful meat, onion, cilantro, lettuce, tomato, and cheese (if you choose to add it into the mix). It’s already big but, if you want it fully stuffed, you can pay a little more for extras such as rice, beans, jalapeños, sour cream, and guacamole.
Indiana: Ricky’s famous burritos, Ricky’s Taqueria, Elkhart
For the freshest burrito around, casual Mexican joint Ricky’s Taqueria is the place. It’s said to serve consistently great food and have equally charming service. Ricky’s famous burritos contain rice, beans, lettuce, tomato, onion, avocado, Chihuahua cheese (semi-soft Mexican cheese), and your choice of meat. The pollo (chicken), asada, and barbacoa (barbecued beef) are all said to be top-notch.
Iowa: build your own, Fernando’s Mexican Grill, Des Moines
Forget big chains. Fernando’s Mexican Grill is the place to build your burrito of dreams. It works in a similar way to nationwide chain Chipotle, where you choose your filling from options such as chicken, chorizo, seasoned tofu, guacamole, and salsa. But it’s the freshly made tortillas and meat that set it apart, with fans saying it’s the best burrito they’ve ever had.
Kansas: breakfast burrito, El Gordo Mexican, Wichita
The best burrito in Kansas can be found at El Gordo Mexican, a highly rated Mexican fast food joint that looks deceptively simple from the outside but packs its food with flavor. The gigantic breakfast burrito is a favorite with regular customers and gives you several choices of meat such as steak, bacon, chorizo, and ham, plus a range of side salsas and sauces.
Kentucky: drunk burrito, Con Huevos, Louisville
Popular Mexican brunch spot Con Huevos serves a dish called the drunk burrito, filled with roast chicken or slow-roasted pork plus red rice, chipotle cream, black beans, Oaxaca cheese, and pico de gallo. It’s then plated (quite prettily for a burrito) with extra green or red salsa. Customers consistently say how much they enjoyed it, highlighting the juicy pork.
Louisiana: flying burrito, Juan’s Flying Burrito, New Orleans
Struggling to choose between grilled steak, shrimp, and chicken? There’s no need at Juan’s Flying Burrito. The signature flying burrito contains all three fillings plus Monterey Jack, Cheddar, black beans, yellow rice, salsa, guacamole, and sour cream. It gets superb recommendations, with customers saying it’s seasoned and cooked to perfection and a good deal for the price.
Maine: smothered burrito, Taco Escobarr, Portland
For a burrito in stylish surroundings, head to Taco Escobarr, a funky, colorful tavern decked out in twinkly lights. Go for a smothered burrito and choose from 10 tasty fillings including vegan-friendly ancho chili butternut squash or grilled jalapeño and lime shrimp, both of which come highly recommended. You’ll also get queso, pinto beans, rice, cabbage, pico de gallo, and crema. Customers love dining in but say the burritos travel well too.
Maryland: burrito dragon, Tacos Tolteca, Baltimore and Fallston
Casual Mexican restaurant Tacos Tolteca serves an impressive-looking dish called burrito dragon. It’s stuffed to bursting with carne asada or grilled chicken plus beans and grilled onions, then topped with queso. Be sure to bring a big appetite with you, because it’s so good you will want to eat all of it. There are two locations, in Baltimore and Fallston.
Massachusetts: el guapo burrito, El Pelón Taquería, Boston
Ever tried plantains in a burrito? You can at El Pelón Taquería, a taqueria in Boston. The el guapo burrito is the star dish, containing grilled steak, rice, black beans, fried plantains, Monterey Jack, salsa, romaine lettuce, and crema. Customers say the combination works beautifully and they especially enjoy the salsa and guacamole.
Michigan: maiz burrito, Burrito Mundo, Grosse Pointe Woods
At tiny takeaway spot Burrito Mundo, the maiz burrito with grilled chicken is always in high demand. It also contains rice, black beans, cheese, guacamole, tortilla strips, and roasted corn salsa. You can also customise it by adding your choice of extras including tomatoes, cilantro, romaine lettuce, and sweetcorn. There’s also a veggie option with grilled squash, peppers, zucchini, and potatoes.
Minnesota: smothered burrito, Bravo Burritos, Saint Cloud
Every burrito served at Bravo Burritos is fabulous but, if you’re dining in, make sure it’s smothered in sauce, whether the oozy queso, earthy black bean, or vivid verde (pictured). You can also order a range of wrapped-up burritos to take away, and some people love them so much they order several while in town so they can store them in the freezer at home.
Mississippi: build your own, Burrito Zone & Tamales, D’Iberville and Gautier
Locals in the know head to Burrito Zone & Tamales for the best build-your-own burritos around. It’s not fancy but it is fresh, delicious, and affordable. Watch as the staff completely pack a burrito with your choice of toppings including chicken, carne asada, shrimp, and salsa. People swear it’s the best and that you won’t leave hungry.
Missouri: fajita burrito, Mariachi’s II Mexican Restaurant, St. Louis
St. Louis staple Mariachi’s II Mexican Restaurant takes the parts we love the most about fajitas and burritos and combines them. The fajita burrito is a large flour tortilla filled with rice, beans, pico de gallo, cheese, and sour cream, perched on top of a skillet of cooked onions and peppers then covered in cheese and red sauce. Guests say they’re in love with the combination.
Montana: breakfast burrito, Jam!, Bozeman
The breakfast burrito at Jam!, a fun spot in Bozeman, has a significant fan base. The hefty dish contains refried black beans, scrambled eggs, hash browns, sausage gravy, smoked pork shoulder, pork chili verde (a green chili and pork stew), and Monterey Jack. It’s all topped with cilantro and lime crema, pico de gallo, and Cotija (a crumbly Mexican cheese). Fans say that, once tasted, it’s never forgotten.
Nebraska: breakfast burrito, For the Love of Food Truck, Bellevue
This mobile outlet gets outstanding reviews from loyal regulars and often sells out long before closing time. No wonder – the meats are typically slow-cooked, ensuring every burrito is layered with intense flavor. The customer favorite is the breakfast burrito, with the usual fillings like eggs, onion, and potatoes, and a choice of extras like steak. There’s something special about them that keeps people coming back time and again.
Nevada: California burrito, Me Gusta Tacos, Henderson
The best thing to order at Me Gusta Tacos, a modern Mexican joint in Henderson, just outside Las Vegas, is the California burrito. This wonder wrap is stuffed with tater tots, mild Cheddar, and sour cream, along with your choice of shrimp, steak, or kalbi (Korean barbecued beef short rib). The combination of juicy meat and delicious sauces is pretty irresistible.
New Hampshire: build your own, California Burritos, Nashua
Regulars to California Burritos are in love with its build-your-own burritos. There’s a huge range of options, including everything needed to create the West Coast classic that the spot is named after. Choose a tortilla (flour, black bean, or spinach), protein (chicken, steak, pork, or vegetarian), filling (rice, beans, grilled onions, and peppers), salsa (medium, green, red, mango, corn, or pineapple) and extras like guacamole, jalapeños, lettuce, cheese, and sour cream. Customers recommend ordering a side of carnita fries. Find it at restaurants in Manchester, Nashua, and Hudson.
New Jersey: golden avocado burrito, Tacoria, New Brunswick
It’s a vegetarian burrito that scoops the best in New Jersey – the golden avocado burrito from Tacoria, a quirky BYOB taco and burrito shop with several locations including New Brunswick, Jersey City, and Hoboken. The winning dish is a flour tortilla containing fried avocado, chipotle aioli, rice, black beans, salsa, cheese, and crema. Customers adore it, saying the fried avocado is a perfect meat replacement and that they love how the tortilla is toasted.
New Mexico: California burrito, Taqueria Mexico, Albuquerque
The California burrito at local favorite Taqueria Mexico is big enough to see you through several meals, according to some satisfied customers. It comes stuffed with carne asada, beans, rice, onions, and cilantro, all smothered with your choice of red or green sauce and topped with heaps of melted Cheddar and guacamole. Be prepared to take home leftovers.
New York: vegan chorizo burrito, Jajaja, New York City
Stylish, plant-based Mexican restaurant Jajaja Mexicana is famous for its meat-free ‘chorizo’ burrito, made with Spanish rice and fermented beans and then smothered with three sauces in the colors of the Mexican flag. Even non-vegan customers are amazed by the flavors and how filling and delicious it is. Find it at one of four outposts in New York City.
North Carolina: pressed burrito, Beer Barrio, Wilmington
The toasty, cheesy pressed burritos at Beer Barrio, a cool Mexican bar and taqueria, are a favorite with customers – particularly the chicken and the option with smoky black beans, pico de gallo, Cheddar, and Monterey Jack. It comes with much-appreciated pots of guacamole and sour cream for dipping. Simple yet delicious.
North Dakota: breakfast burrito, El Azteca, Minot
Loyal customers of El Azteca, a busy little takeaway spot in Minot, reckon you won’t find much better than the breakfast burrito served here (and available all day). There’s nothing particularly fancy about it, with just egg, cheese, and a choice of protein wrapped in a tortilla. It’s just particularly delicious – not to mention huge. Customers comment on the freshness of the ingredients, with the eggs cooked to order, while regulars say they keep coming back for more.
Ohio: brother’s burrito, Ohio City Burrito, Cleveland and Lakewood
The dish to order at Ohio City Burrito – the state’s answer to national burrito chains – is the brother’s burrito, with lots of ways to make it your own. Choose between chicken, carnitas, shrimp, vegetarian, barbacoa, chorizo, and baked cod, then decide between brown or white rice and a range of salsa options including corn and habanero. Customers love the flavor-packed burritos and that the filling is distributed evenly.
Oklahoma: left coast burrito, OSO Paseo, Oklahoma City
This trendy spot in Oklahoma City is known for its left coast burrito. It’s filled with grilled shrimp, skirt steak, tater tots, queso, and pico de gallo, and comes with a side of rice and refried or black beans, which customers love. It’s described as hearty, warm, and filling, and pretty much everyone who tries it insists they’d order it again.
Oregon: various, Saint Burrito, Portland
Saint Burrito turns its wonderful burritos out of a vintage Airstream, parked up in food truck area Pod 28 in Portland’s Laurelhurst district. The cute setting is just part of its charms, though. Really, it’s the packed-full burritos – which come with meats like tender pork or chicken, along with a veggie option – that draw people here. Locals tend to return time and again, dreaming of the delicious (and huge) wraps between visits.
Pennsylvania: breakfast burrito, Baby Loves Tacos, Pittsburgh
Rustic taco joint Baby Loves Tacos has a number of great veggie and meat burrito options including buffalo cauliflower and barbecued mushroom. However, it’s the breakfast burrito that gets endless compliments. It’s served only during the first half of the day, so get there before lunchtime and choose between bacon, chorizo, and mushroom, packed in with fried egg and a variety of veggies. There’s a delicious vegan version too.
Rhode Island: build your own, Tallulah’s Taqueria, Providence
Cozy, casual restaurant Tallulah’s Taqueria is where Providence locals in the know go to get their burrito fix. The flour tortilla comes nicely toasted and filled with guacamole, onions, cilantro, salsa, beans, and rice, along with a huge choice of proteins from carnitas and al pastor to beef tongue and fried shrimp. Be warned: the spicy sauce is extremely hot.
South Carolina: burrito of the week, Boca Grande Burritos, Columbia
Boca Grande Burritos likes to switch things up with specials that change weekly and are often quite different to the classic combination of meat, rice, beans, and sauce. Past burritos have included ancho chicken, the Cuban – with ham, pork, and black beans – and the supreme, pictured, with ground beef, pinto beans, and red rice. They’re always perfectly made with a good balance of fillings, and the vegan burrito also gets a thumbs up.
South Dakota: various, Giliberto’s Mexican Taco Shop, Sioux Falls
All of the burritos at this small Mexican chain are amazing – and enormous. Giliberto’s has three locations in Sioux Falls and serves a wide variety of burritos including a breakfast option, simple bean and cheese, carne asada, fish, fajita, and pork green chile. If the 30-odd choices aren’t enough for you, there’s also the option to build your own from the huge array of ingredients.
Tennessee: brisket burrito, Chivo Taqueria, Knoxville
Chivo Taqueria is a little different to your typical burrito joint, and so is the food. The swanky cocktail bar and Mexican restaurant gets rave reviews for its brisket burrito in particular. This wonderful wrap contains barbacoa brisket, Chihuahua cheese, black beans, rice, sautéed onion, jalapeños, and Korean barbecue sauce. The ingredients are sourced from local farms where possible too.
Texas: build your own, Cabo Bob’s, Austin
Austin-based burrito chain Cabo Bob’s, which also has locations in San Antonio and Houston, offers a range of options so each customer can create their own bespoke burrito. Each starts with a choice of flavored tortillas including the popular smoky Cheddar – prepared fresh with unbleached wheat flour, grated smoked Cheddar, and barbecue sauce. Filling options include shredded pork, crispy fish, sautéed poblano peppers, and sautéed zucchini. The smoky, tender brisket is many people’s go-to.
Utah: California burrito, Alberto’s, Salt Lake City
The California burrito is the thing to order at friendly Mexican restaurant Alberto’s, which has two Salt Lake City locations (downtown and Park City). The wrap is loaded with steak, pico de gallo, French fries, and cheese – and many customers praise the quality of the meat. The roadside Park City location is a favorite with people driving past late at night.
Vermont: Gordo burrito, Taco Gordo, Burlington
To describe the burritos at Taco Gordo as generous would be something of an understatement. They really are enormous, though there’s no compromising on flavor. Rather than offer an overwhelming menu of different fillings, the laid-back spot lets you customise its classic Gordo burrito by adding beans and guacamole, tinga chicken, carnitas, or ground beef to rice, beans, shredded cabbage, salsa verde, and cilantro. The supreme option adds cheese and crema, and everything comes enveloped in freshly made flour tortillas.
Virginia: burrito del mar, Pepe’s Mexican Restaurant, Richmond
You can’t really go wrong with any burrito on the menu at Mexican-inspired restaurant Pepe’s. Packing in fresh and flavorful ingredients, each and every one – from the Chesterfield with pork carnitas to el guapo, which has marinated chicken, roasted peppers, black beans, and corn – is incredible. Among the more unusual options is the del mar (pictured), a combination of grilled prawns, bacon, veggies, and rice, topped with a wonderfully fishy and cheesy sauce.
Washington: baby burrito, Tacos Chukis, Seattle
No-frills Mexican joint Tacos Chukis, which has several Seattle restaurants, is beloved for its babyBurrito. This small but mighty wrap comes packed with meat like carne asada (steak) or al pastor (pork) and Monterey Jack cheese, and is described as the perfect portion. It doesn’t contain beans or rice, so there’s more room for the quality ingredients and the flavors are more intense than your typical burrito. Customers are also impressed by the price.
West Virginia: seared tuna burrito, Black Sheep Burrito, Charleston and Huntington
People rave about the food at Black Sheep Burrito, a cool gastropub with locations in Charleston and Huntington. Top-notch burrito options include creative takes such as the seared tuna burrito, which contains wasabi and cashew tuna, chili sauce, salad leaves, a fried wonton, sesame and ginger aioli, carrot and daikon radish relish, and spring onions.
Wisconsin: wet burrito, Café Corazón, Milwaukee
Patrons of laid-back restaurant Café Corazón, with two locations in Milwaukee and one in the suburb of Mequon, are big fans of its wet burrito. You have a choice of meat including pork, chorizo, shrimp, or beef, plus pinto or black beans, rice, cheese, avocado, and lime and cilantro crema. Next, it’s smothered in enchilada sauce, Monterey Jack, and more of the crema.
Wyoming: Tex-Mex burrito, The Merry Piglets, Jackson
This charming Tex-Mex restaurant serves a burrito that customers say is up there with the best they’ve had. The range of fillings varies, though the signature is the Tex-Mex burrito, packed to bursting with Mexican rice, red onion, and crumbly Oaxaca cheese, and topped with lettuce, pico de gallo, and a choice of sauce from green chili to homemade queso. You can also add grilled chicken, steak, or prawns.