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Last modified on October 29th, 2018 at 10:44 am
Choosing a favorite burrito in Tucson is like choosing a favorite child — if you had 300 children.
After racking up several hundred dollars in burrito tabs, here’s the list of seven of the best burritos and burros in Tucson.
Anita’s fluffy flour tortillas are the star of their burros. You could eat the tortillas simply with butter or even on their own.
The red chile beef, however, is also one of the best in town with its smoky, fruity, and slightly spicy depth. If you need more piquancy, then generously apply the side of fresh red salsa.
Bonus tip — their breakfast burros are among the best in Tucson.
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Aqui Con El Nene knows how to work their mesquite grill for some mighty fine carne asada. Add in the massive salsa bar and friendly service, and you’ve got the recipe for a local favorite where both blue-collar folks and James Beard award-winning chefs happily dine.
For more information, visit elnenetacos.com.
Instead of a single massive burro, Barista Del Barrio gives two smaller breakfast burritos in each order. They also include beans and a side of potent, oregano-fragrant spicy salsa.
The homemade chorizo is the best option for the meat.
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The combination of burritos and wine isn’t exactly orthodox, but do yourself a flavor favor and get a glass of Albariño with the Blackened Mahi Mahi Burrito at B Line. The mahi mahi takes the spice well with the Creole sauce, light slaw, and achiote rice.
For more information, visit thebline.xyz.
The Percheron burrito is overflowing with steak and queso blanco, but the avocado and pico de gallo keep it fresh. La Botana grills the exterior of the burrito just right to where it keeps its shape without drying out too much.
For more information, visit labotanagrill.com.
Seis burritos feature a flour tortilla stuffed with smashed or black beans, rice, guacamole, cheese, chopped cabbage, and calabacitas or meat. If you’re taking the meat route, go for the adobo steak or house-made chorizo.
For more information, visit seiskitchen.com.
Al pastor, chile and achiote-red pork with a hint of pineapple sweetness, will make your heart sing. The tropical acidity that balances the tidbits of crispy fat will keep you coming back.
Everything at Juanitos is delicious, but if you’re into cabeza, it’s some of the best in town.
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