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Old 11-07-07, 06:42 PM   #1
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Qdoba...

...is pretty tasty.
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Are they?

They have them around here, but I've never stopped. It looks like fast food.
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Then quit starin' down that banana and eat the damn thing!
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Are they?

They have them around here, but I've never stopped. It looks like fast food.
It's kind of like a Subway for burritos. Kind of expensive at $6 for a burrito, but it's a damn big burrito.

The wife and I "splurge" and eat out once a month. We had a BOGO coupon for Qdoba, so we went there. We really know how to live it up, don't we?
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Yep, pretty tasty. Unless of course you eat it nearly every day for a year and a half, then it starts to get pretty old. I'm glad I don't work there anymore.
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Qdoba >>>>>> Chipotle (and all)
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Qdoba = $$$
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Chipotle is the only place I will go now.....go team Slipstream
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Chipotle=McDonald's
Qdoba=Jack in the Box
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It's kind of like a Subway for burritos. Kind of expensive at $6 for a burrito, but it's a damn big burrito.

The wife and I "splurge" and eat out once a month. We had a BOGO coupon for Qdoba, so we went there. We really know how to live it up, don't we?
Anything like Moe's Southwest Grill?

I've done Moe's Southwest Grill in Florida and about a year before I left they started opening some Chipoltle Grill restaurants. Both very similar except Chipoltle had much less to choose from and was a lot more expensive.
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Anything like Moe's Southwest Grill?

I've done Moe's Southwest Grill in Florida and about a year before I left they started opening some Chipoltle Grill restaurants. Both very similar except Chipoltle had much less to choose from and was a lot more expensive.
Southwest in Fl, LoL. Not as bad as the north, but not as good as Texas
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I really don't envy you guys with your poor choices for burrito places. Throw a rock and you will hit one around here.

Be careful with those late night burritos, they will bite back in the morning!
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Anything like Moe's Southwest Grill?

I've done Moe's Southwest Grill in Florida and about a year before I left they started opening some Chipoltle Grill restaurants. Both very similar except Chipoltle had much less to choose from and was a lot more expensive.
Yep, very similar to Moe's. Except that the food is actually cooked in the store instead of being pre-cooked and reheated.
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I prefer Willy's
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did you know you can get a bowl of black beans & chips for $1.46 and add chipotle sauce at the bar with as much of bring-your-own shredded cheese as you want--I go for the half-sized bowl at $0.86, it's plenty for lunch, plus those half-pint lovelies are worth the trip for Lil'biggie.



But I do get a kick out of "WelcometoMoe's!!!"
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Chipotle > Qdoba > Boloco
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Anything like Moe's Southwest Grill?

I've done Moe's Southwest Grill in Florida and about a year before I left they started opening some Chipoltle Grill restaurants. Both very similar except Chipoltle had much less to choose from and was a lot more expensive.
I'm not sure, but is Chipotle Grill a Mikkie-D's FF restaurant?

hek, it all beats the burger which is "Gone in 60 Seconds"
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I'm not sure, but is Chipotle Grill a Mikkie-D's FF restaurant?
started off in Denver and Mcds bought a share. Its now a separate public company.. the stocks gone doubled up the past 6 months!
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I imported a girlfriend who was raised in texas and new mexico so I can get anything southwestern done up homemade just about anytime I like.

Which reminds me, it's just about time for some green chile enchiladas.
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Which reminds me, it's just about time for some green chile enchiladas.
not fair

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did you know you can get a bowl of black beans & chips for $1.46 and add chipotle sauce at the bar with as much of bring-your-own shredded cheese as you want--I go for the half-sized bowl at $0.86, it's plenty for lunch, plus those half-pint lovelies are worth the trip for Lil'biggie.



But I do get a kick out of "WelcometoMoe's!!!"
If you like black beans and I know you do, you've got to try the Cuban Sandwich Shop on Buford Hwy near the corner of Buford Hwy and North Druid Hills. Best black bean soup in town.
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She cooks great Tex/Mex and puts up with me... Yeah, life's not fair sometimes.
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If you like black beans and I know you do, you've got to try the Cuban Sandwich Shop on Buford Hwy near the corner of Buford Hwy and North Druid Hills. Best black bean soup in town.
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Oh, I will get my fair share.



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