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Go Burrito

Adam Haynes

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If you haven’t made your way over to Go Burrito, then I suggest you make plans to head over to 115 West Fisher St which is right in the heart of historic downtown Salisbury!

Starting with the food, their made-to-order burritos are made with fresh ingredients of your choosing. I personally prefer to get their steak burrito with fried rice, pinto beans, lettuce, jalapenos, pico de gallo, guacamole, and the ”secret ingredient” peach habanero sauce. There are many other options and combinations obviously depending on your preference. You can try their chicken, pork, or veggie burrito. Also, you can get tacos, quesadillas, and if you’re carb conscious you can choose to get it ”sloppy” (no tortilla) or ”wet” (drenched in quasi or better-than-enchilada red sauce).

The fun doesn’t end with the delicious food. Add the Caribbean vibe, the full-service bar, games on the largest TV screen in town, and the rooftop bar/dining with live music. Also, add the good service and you have a great local business that has flourished so far. Price wise you get a bang for your buck between the enormous $7-$8 burritos and the daily happy hour drink specials. Specifically, every weekday from 5-7pm you can get $2 tacosand $1 chips & salsa while you enjoy the various drink specials of the day. Wine’d Down Wednesdays are their busiest night due to the half off wine and karaoke. On Margarita Mondays college kids 18 & up are welcome to go upstairs to the bar area for board game night.

Catawba’s ONE card is accepted so be sure to take advantage of having GoBurrito as an option for your meal plan!  



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