From burritos to PB and J, New Yorkers are copying the man who raised $50,000 to make potato salad.
The Mexican food truck's latest brick-and-mortar location is up and running on West 40th Street.
El Barrio Burritos will serve Bay Area burritos, San Jose tacos, smoothies and vegan options.
L.A. Burrito offers a full menu of "California-style" Mexican food, including burritos for about $6.
The taco and burrito restaurant has opened on Fifth Avenue near First Street.
The popular "Texican" barbecue joint specializes in smoked meats.
Cochinita in Clinton Hill is showing support for out-of-work federal employees with free burritos.
B'Klyn Burro serves San Francisco-style burritos to Brooklynites.
The popular Mexican eatery is also planning to add more franchises in Manhattan and a store in Brooklyn.
Burritob0t uses large syringes to squirt ingredients into a Tex-Mex burrito, layer by layer.
A new Chipotle is set to open in the former place of a McDonald's at 405 Sixth Ave. on Nov. 16, 2011, a spokeswoman said.
When Venezuelan food sales were not as brisk as hoped, restaurant owner Miguel Acosta changed the menu to Mexican.
Cowgirl's Baking opened Sunday at 259 East 10th St., selling burritos as well as vegan baked goods.
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