Everything you eat here is made from scratch. The only frozen menu items are the margaritas and the fried ice cream.With psychedelic artwork on the brick walls and Mexican pop songs blasting up and down the sidewalk, Burrito Bar seems poised to turn Flatbush Avenue into a new Seventh Avenue South. The place offers the standard taco-and-burrito fare but also provides a slew of sandwiches, salads, and combo platters such as enchiladas poblanas and carne asada with rice and beans. If seafood is your bag, there’s the fish taco with a mild fruit cocktail flavored by bits of onion. If you’re angling for more than spicy-cheesy, there’s a good range of choices from burgers to wraps to chopped-vegetable salad. Smoothies are named for sixties rock icons. If you think the Bob Dylan, a mix of peanut butter, bananas, and soy milk, sounds strange, don't think twice, it's all right. — Stephen Bracco.
Burrito Bar & Kitchen first opened its doors Jan 1991 in Tribeca 2 blocks South of Canal street in a small intimate 40 seat space. We catered to mostly local residents, tourists and professionals in the area serving lunch, dinner and weekend brunch in a 60's Hippie Rock Tex Mex concept. Eventually, we expanded to over 100 seats and became a destination spot for both locals and out of Towners. A couple of years after 09/11, we decided to close the Tribeca location in 2005 and move to Brooklyn, where the new Barclays center was being constructed.
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