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    Dear Guy Who Just Made My Burrito:

    Dear Guy Who Just Made My Burrito:

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    Have you ever been to earth?

    On earth, we use the word “burrito” to describe a tortilla filled with things you eat. Pretty simple stuff, and I’m surprised you at least got that part right. My burrito was, in fact, filled with food. In this, you and I agree and are friends. But this is also where my lifelong hatred begins for you and anyone else whose brain has been repeatedly scrubbed with the same mixture of bleach and Pop Rocks as yours has. Because that should have killed you, but left you around long enough to do what you did to me today. Let me explain:

    You’re an idiot.

    Let me further explain:

    Burritos are eaten from one end to the other. So that means when you assemble a burrito with mother****ing ZONES of ingredients going that direction, you create a disgusting experience for the burrito’s end user. When you make a burrito, you should put the ingredients in layers lengthwise. That way, every bite has AT LEAST A ****ING CHANCE of getting at least two types of ingredients, and there is little chance of becoming almost hopelessly trapped in a goddamned cilantro cavern.
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    That is freaking hilarious, and I totally agree with the ranter. And now I'm craving a Carne Asada Burrito thank-you very much.

    I haven't had a good one for a year and a half since I moved from San Diego.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post

    I haven't had a good one for a year and a half since I moved from San Diego.
    This is what I hear from EVERY person I know who has left San Diego.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRingGrinder View Post
    This is what I hear from EVERY person I know who has left San Diego.
    Can ya do a dude a solid and ship some out to me.
    I'm freaking out man, going through withdrawals.
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    whassup with putting lettuce in burritos. Amateur.

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    Man that was some funny ****.
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    At the chain where I get my "burritos," they don't even roll the tortilla up. They kinda just crumple it all up at the middle and hope it stays together. The burritos aren't that good, and their crumpling crap doesn't help either, but at least I can get a bit of every ingredient at once. And the burritos aren't bad either and they're the only semblance of burritos on this side of the mountains.

    But the worst offenders are sandwich makers! They but the bread lengthwise, not even a full cut through, just kinda stick the knife in there, and then they layer in all the ingredients like it's a taco! WTF! If I wanted a taco I wouldn't have ordered a sandwich!

    Now I want a burrito.
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    Dear Guy Who Just Made My Burrito:

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    whassup with putting lettuce in burritos. Amateur.
    Lettuce is always a burrito fail. It's only put in there to take up space that could be filled with something tasty like guacamole or meat.
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    Dear Guy Who Just Made My Burrito:

    Funny stuff.
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    Dang, that was funny!

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    I made some Carne Asada burritos tonight, and yes they were
    good. They best part of Mexican food in San Diego is the Baja
    seafood you can get here. I love a good shrimp burrito and fish
    tacos.

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    Somebody contact Homeland Security. It's obviously an Al Qaeda who made that burrito.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Kuhl View Post
    I made some Carne Asada burritos tonight, and yes they were
    good. They best part of Mexican food in San Diego is the Baja
    seafood you can get here. I love a good shrimp burrito and fish
    tacos.
    John I lived a half a mile from Baja Fresh in Rancho Bernardo. That's probably your closest one from Rancho Penasquitos right? That place is killer. And then two other chain favorites that I don't get out here is Rubios and LaSalsa. Although we do have Wahoo Fish tacos here and there but that place is my least favorite next to any of the aforementioned.

    Have you ever had the fish tacos at the Brigantine? Oh man those are amazing, there's one in Poway and Lamesa. And the best fish tacos in town is in Ocean Beach South Beach Bar & Grill at the end of Newport avenue near the pier. You choose from several fresh caught kinds of fish for your taco's and they grill it up. My favorite was the Sword Fish. And they have a huge selection of beer on tap and bottle from around the world. What better place to go awesome ocean view with bikini clad hotties ecerywhere. Just a kick back place with
    amazing food and drink.

    It's amazing to me that as big as San Diego is
    That there's a taco shop on practically every corner and the majority of those have good food and are busy. I guess that's the perks of living so close to the border. Oh that's another good one Over The Border. We have a couple of those here but I haven't been to one since SD. Plus SD has Mexican restaurants everywhere. I didn't realize how much I enjoyed good Mexican food until I left an area rich in tradition.
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    I could not agree more..
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRingGrinder View Post
    This is what I hear from EVERY person I know who has left San Diego.
    can concur - ex-San Diagan
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    Rice in a burrito? Just wrong, but you see it everywhere here in California.
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    burritos are the best, could probably live only on them for a while. you can get surprisingly good ones in western mass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by b-kul View Post
    you can get surprisingly good ones in western mass.
    I don't believe you
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    for some reason there is a large hispanic population.

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    Quote Originally Posted by highdelll View Post
    I don't believe you
    Love this...

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    Very funny!

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    Mexican food out east? My wife is from Pittsburg and had never seen
    Mexican food until coming to San Diego.

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    Is bad Chinese food worse than bad Mexican food? I guess bad Italian is pretty pathetic, but not as offensive as bad Mexican. And the US really doesn't have any "food" that hasn't been influenced by others, so bad American is a bad cheeseburger. Bad Chinese is kind of awful, but doesn't offend me. But bad Mexican food pisses me off. Am I wrong here?

    FYI: It's nearing midnight. I'm on my fourth beer, and the only decent Mexican food I can think of I'd have to drive about 12 hours to get to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow Danger View Post
    Is bad Chinese food worse than bad Mexican food? I guess bad Italian is pretty pathetic, but not as offensive as bad Mexican. And the US really doesn't have any "food" that hasn't been influenced by others, so bad American is a bad cheeseburger. Bad Chinese is kind of awful, but doesn't offend me. But bad Mexican food pisses me off. Am I wrong here?

    FYI: It's nearing midnight. I'm on my fourth beer, and the only decent Mexican food I can think of I'd have to drive about 12 hours to get to.
    I think bad Chinese is worse than bad Mexican . . . way worse. Even mediocre Mexican can be salvaged with enough hot sauce, but bad Chinese is simply a lost cause.

    The absolute worst, however, is bad sushi. When sushi is bad . . . its REAL bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 007 View Post
    I think bad Chinese is worse than bad Mexican . . . way worse. Even mediocre Mexican can be salvaged with enough hot sauce, but bad Chinese is simply a lost cause.

    The absolute worst, however, is bad sushi. When sushi is bad . . . its REAL bad.
    Bad sushi is awful, but I can pretty much tell if I'm going to get bad sushi when I walk in the door. I'm not often fooled with sushi. Please explain specifics that ruin Chinese food for you. Often, with bad Chinese, I just feel like I'm facing a plate of bland goop on top of rice. It's sad, but not enraging. For some reason, I get angry at bad Mexican food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmdrpiffle View Post
    Rice in a burrito? Just wrong, but you see it everywhere here in California.
    I'm going back to Tucson...
    If you're familiar with Tucson, you know Nico's is the place to go for burritos. While they have about 20 different burritos, they do have at least 2 with rice in them. And both are really good. I think those are the only 2 with rice though. They both appear on the "extended" menu and aren't part of the "main" burrito lists.

    Conga burrito - carne asada, beans, rice
    Shrimp burrito - shrimp, rice, pico de gallo

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    Quote Originally Posted by highdelll View Post
    I don't believe you
    LOL! That was funny.

    I must say, the Mexican I had just north of LA (Los Pinos) beats anything I've eaten in Tucson. I've never been to San Diego so I can't compare.

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    I had bad pizza in Italy. Vatican City, to be exact. The little crackers they feed you at the big church across the plaza tasted better.

    SO many good Mexican food choices in San Diego. One of my faves is Ranchos in Ocean Beach. Killer mole chicken enchiladas. They also have interesting vegan choices, if you're into that (I'm not).

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    Quote Originally Posted by random walk View Post
    I had bad pizza in Italy. Vatican City, to be exact. The little crackers they feed you at the big church across the plaza tasted better.

    SO many good Mexican food choices in San Diego. One of my faves is Ranchos in Ocean Beach. Killer
    mole chicken enchiladas. They also have
    interesting vegan choices, if you're into that (I'm
    not).
    I've ate there and I've had that dish. It is amazing with the brown sauce. I was lucky enough that when I moved to San Diego iin 87' I started dating a native San Diegan. I was with her for 10 years
    and she knew every good restaurant an
    everything about San Diego. It's a big city and
    without a local born guide you're missing out on a
    lot. Random walk another favorite right down the
    street from Ranchos is South Beach Bar & Grill I mentioned in my above post. Bar none the best fish tacos in all of San Diego.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    I've ate there and I've had that dish. It is amazing with the brown sauce. I was lucky enough that when I moved to San Diego iin 87' I started dating a native San Diegan. I was with her for 10 years
    and she knew every good restaurant an
    everything about San Diego. It's a big city and
    without a local born guide you're missing out on a
    lot. Random walk another favorite right down the
    street from Ranchos is South Beach Bar & Grill I mentioned in my above post. Bar none the best fish tacos in all of San Diego.
    Well I'm not surprised that San Diego has great fish tacos...

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    Quote Originally Posted by b-kul View Post
    burritos are the best, could probably live only on them for a while. you can get surprisingly good ones in western mass.
    I don't believe you either.

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    Yes CHUM you've exposed the long suppressed secret of San Diego.
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    Well. Tacos al pastor. Yummy to the max.

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    Quote Originally Posted by girlonbike View Post
    Well. Tacos al pastor. Yummy to the max.
    I agree I love al pastor, serious YUM! Hey GOB next time you get them order a side of sour cream. The hot spicy with the cool sour cream is amazing.
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    Best carne asada in San Diego is Adalberto's on Rosecrans.

    The burgers at Hodad's in OB are worth the price of a plane ticket . . .

    You'd think that, with illegal immigration & all, the burrito playing field would have been leveled somewhat. Sadly, no.
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    Quote Originally Posted by B-Mac View Post
    Best carne asada in San Diego is Adalberto's on Rosecrans.

    The burgers at Hodad's in OB are worth the price of a plane ticket . . .

    You'd think that, with illegal immigration & all, the burrito playing field would have been leveled somewhat. Sadly, no.
    Oh yeah good old Hodad's for a burger. It's awesome but half of it land's on your lap.
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    I heard you can get good crabs in MA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Oh yeah good old Hodad's for a burger. It's awesome but half of it land's on your lap.
    The awesomeness of a sandwich/burger is directly proportional to the number of napkins necessary for post-food clean-up.
    Sometimes, I question the value of my content.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B-Mac View Post
    Best carne asada in San Diego is Adalberto's on Rosecrans.
    almost all of the ***bertos are great

    I swear though, the ones I'm talking about are some sneaky tax avoiders or something
    you'll see a robertos changed to a juanbertos and it's the same shop w/ same employees
    across town, the converse - a juanbertos changed to a robertos
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    Quote Originally Posted by highdelll View Post
    almost all of the ***bertos are great

    I swear though, the ones I'm talking about are some sneaky tax avoiders or something
    you'll see a robertos changed to a juanbertos and it's the same shop w/ same employees
    across town, the converse - a juanbertos changed to a robertos
    The original Robertos has been around San Diego for 30 years or more. They were and are so good they really built up a great reputation. In the early 2000's numerous taco shops opened up with very similar names, just a slight twist on the original name. Why not 90% of the customer base are Americans they won't know the difference. Bull**** once you taste it you know. The original ones are
    amazing while all others don't compare.
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    Robertos use to be my goto for burritos. The tortas were
    to die for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    The original Robertos has been around San Diego for 30 years or more. They were and are so good they really built up a great reputation. In the early 2000's numerous taco shops opened up with very similar names, just a slight twist on the original name. Why not 90% of the customer base are Americans they won't know the difference. Bull**** once you taste it you know. The original ones are
    amazing while all others don't compare.
    I was in SD in the 90's (near all of it) and saw the 'name' changing thing
    There was a old-school robertos off of miramar (closer to the 15) and they ran into some trouble - they filed bankruptcy (IIRC), and then another name (different owner - IN THE FAMILY) was applied to the store (adelbertos if not mistaken) - but same everybody - 'owner' too
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    We have a local dude here (Danbury, CT) who just opened a truck over the summer. Lived out in SD for a long time, moved back, discovered he couldn't find a good burrito.

    So he bought a food truck and started making 'em!

    Freaking awesome ones. He makes a chorizo one that I have extreme food lust for.
    I'm hoping he branches out to tacos. Good god, I hope he does. Trying to describe a good fish taco to a lot of folks around here, they look at you as if you've three heads.

    We've got a lot of good food around me, but not of the Mexican variety. Some decent tex-mex and lots of great various south american stuff, tons of excellent various euro eats. Pretty decent asian/middle eastern/indian. Fantastic pizza!

    My wife makes a very kick-ass green chile stew - the reactions to that are great! Green chile? What the hell is that????
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    Looks like I started a San Diego Mexican food frenzy. I don't mean to downplay Mexican food in other parts of the country but if you haven't spent time in SD then you wouldn't know what we are all talking about.After moving back to Colorado I mention Mexican food here and everything is smothered in green chili sauce and they swear
    it's real authentic Mexican food. I laugh knowing
    you really haven't had authentic mexican food.

    One of the best perks of living in San Diego was the short 45 minute drive to Port Of Nuevo and Rosarito Mexico. Hit up the several famous cantina's on the beach and scarf down on very cheap fresh caught Lobster Carney Asada wrapped up in fresh hot hand made tortillas and Margaritas.YUM!

    Or stay in SD and hit up Old Town a 8 square blocks of just authentic Mexican food restaurants. A must do for anyone visiting San Diego.

    And one of my favorite chains that started in San Diego is Rubios. An american who spent many a day south in Mexico surfing. Became in love with the mexican fish tacos. So he came back to San Diego in 1983' and started Rubios and used traditional mexican recipies.That place is awesome and there is only two in Colorado. One in Denver and one in Boulder. Which I rarely ever visit. But look what I keep getting in my email from all my years of eating there. Every year for a limited time they have Langostino Lobster Burritos and tacos. AMAZING! Check out the photo in my email.
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    Dear Guy Who Just Made My Burrito:

    The ag belt all along I 5 from ca to wa has good Mexican, you snob.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steiny View Post
    If you're familiar with Tucson, you know Nico's is the place to go for burritos. While they have about 20 different burritos, they do have at least 2 with rice in them. And both are really good. I think those are the only 2 with rice though. They both appear on the "extended" menu and aren't part of the "main" burrito lists.

    Conga burrito - carne asada, beans, rice
    Shrimp burrito - shrimp, rice, pico de gallo
    Hell's yeah Nico's! Also The Crossroads, down by Tucson Greyhound Park is killer for straight up Sonoran plate lunches.
    It's Tucson...'whole beans and or black beans' are NOT an option!

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    Quote Originally Posted by girlonbike View Post
    The ag belt all along I 5 from ca to wa has good Mexican, you snob.
    Ha,ha love u girl.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Yes CHUM you've exposed the long suppressed secret of San Diego.
    Don't worry DJ, you're not in S.D. anymore so it's OK.

    I love it when girls like to eat tacos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by girlonbike View Post
    The ag belt all along I 5 from ca to wa has good Mexican, you snob.
    The weird part is the farther north you get, the further south the style of Mexican food is. San Diego = TJ style. San Fransisco = Mexico city style. I have never understood that.

    I tend to have specific taco shops i hit up for specific dishes.

    Sun Tacos in La Mesa = California burrito (ask for potatoes instead of fries, trust me) or Bandito burrito.

    El Portal in Clairmont = Fish taco plate to die for and an amazing chicken quesidilla.

    Don Bravos in La Jolla = Anything, but sea food is their specialty.

    Cotijas in Clairmont (make sure its the one in Clairmont, the rest suck) = Diablo shrimp burrito and rolled fish tacos (surprisingly good).

    Cazadores in Santee = Really good carne asada, and a damn good fish burrito as well.

    El Cotixan in Clairmont = Best carne asada fries you will ever eat.

    Marieta's (any of them but i like the La Mesa one the best, a sit down restaurant with a bar) = Carne asada plate. MMMMMMMMM so freaking good.

    Emma's in Santee = Great fish tacos, great carne asada chips.

    Las Quatros Milpas in National city = the best tacos in the world.

    Fred's mexican cafe in PB = carne asada eggs benedict. Not kidding. amazing.

    El Rodeo in Ocean beach (literally across the street from South beach bar and grill) = Rodeo cant touch South beach's fish tacos, but the carne asada burritos are the size of a fire log and DAMN good. Talk about hitting the spot after a day of surfing? hell yes!

    I could keep going.... but for some reason i am craving mexican food now. Gotta go. =)

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