I agree. This place does rule! Too bad there aren't more of these around too.
:lol:, Moe's. I used to work there, I was the best chipmaker in the business. After I left they were all greasy and crumpled together like stacks of napkins, but now it's alright. The food is prepared pretty well, even though I worked with a bunch of retarded fat wiggers who eventually got fired for showing up to work drunk, stoned, or both. Now it's a bunch of nerdy kids that don't even bother shouting "Welcome to Moe's!" anymore.
Never heard of the place, so I looked it up...turns out there's EIGHT of them in and around Boston! Next time I'm in town I'll be sure to stop by. my Mexican food.Chipotle
I came in here to post this! They can actually be found as far as southern Utah near the Nevada border.In n Out, CA only, but very good
You could try going to a marie calanders (assuming they still even exist) and getting their burger for $7 and you'd be close. Johnny Rockets is comparable if someone were to drop an in-n-out burger in a construction site porta-pody.I really want to go to an In-n-Out but the closest one is in Arizona
I grew up in California, but I didn't notice any difference with the In-N-Outs here in Arizona. My dad doesn't care for In-N-Out either, he's fine with a jumbo jack from jack in the box. Gross. I think people hear a lot of hype and get their expectations too high. That, or they didn't order it animal style.edit: someone mentioned that they tried one in Arizona and didn't "get it." I've met a few people from out of the area that didn't think much of In-n-out. If you're accustomed to burgers from local joints (not nation wide chains) then that could be why.
Alberto's is good if you have a strong stomach, otherwise I prefer Miguel's Jr.For Mexican food it appears Albertos in Corona is now spreading enough to be called a chain.
There are going to be a few people who won't like it, but it's hard to beat the quality and flavor you get for the price. I used to hate them as a kid, but I grew to love their fries and shakes.I grew up in California, but I didn't notice any difference with the In-N-Outs here in Arizona. My dad doesn't care for In-N-Out either, he's fine with a jumbo jack from jack in the box. Gross. I think people hear a lot of hype and get their expectations too high. That, or they didn't order it animal style.
I never understood the appeal to Miguel's but you Corona folk sure do love the place. Their enchilada's are good, but for just a cheap taco/burrito I'd rather hit up El Taco over in Orange, or some other small joint. Taco's Mexico is perfect for the cheap carne asada taco's on the cheap.Alberto's is good if you have a strong stomach, otherwise I prefer Miguel's Jr.
Anything is better than Taco
HellBell. Their food is so disgusting I can't believe people actually think it's remotely like Mexican food. They just make up shit all the time...what the fuck is an "Enchirito"? Dog shit, that's what it is.
dude... if you are going to go into boston to get fast food burritos you may as well skip chipotle and go right to anna's taqueria (it's not even a regional chain only 5ish location all in boston) it's just about the best burritos in boston that isn't a mom and pop hole in the wall (i can totally give you directions to those places if you want) seriously chipotle is about equal with moes maybe a wee bit betterNever heard of the place, so I looked it up...turns out there's EIGHT of them in and around Boston! Next time I'm in town I'll be sure to stop by. my Mexican food.