Construction Underway on “New Mexico True Breakfast Burrito Byway”

2014/04/01 13:13:18
Many of us have been to NM and love the food. Here's your chance to vote for your Favorite Breakfast Burrito! Go ahead and vote and then do a post below and let all of us know why you voted for your choice.
From the NM Tourism Dept.:
"It’s April 1, but we aren’t fooling. The New Mexico Tourism Department is currently in the byway-building business. And we’re paving it with eggs, chile and tortillas. Nominations opened yesterday for a limited number of coveted spots on the “New Mexico True Breakfast Burrito Byway.” You can nominate a favorite, or several favorites, at
New Mexico Tourism Department is putting the state’s most popular breakfast burritos on the map, quite literally. The “New Mexico True Breakfast Burrito Byway” will identify the best burritos, as selected by the people who eat them everyday.
 The nomination period runs just two weeks, until 11:45pm Sunday, April 13. So don’t wait. Nominate your favorites now. Breakfast Burrito enthusiasts will vote online to decide which fifty locations should become the founding members of the “New Mexico True Breakfast Burrito Byway.
The online voting begins Monday, April 21. Details on how to vote will follow the nomination period.
Nominations are open to New Mexico-based restaurants with a business license, in good standing with local and state Health Departments, and with a brick-and-mortar location. And a breakfast burrito that includes at least egg, tortilla and New Mexico chile must be on the regular menu.
Nominate as many qualifying restaurants as you would like at
Remember: the nomination period ends Sunday night, April 13"  
You can Nominate now on this site:
post edited by Foodbme - 2014/04/01 13:15:39
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Re:Construction Underway on “New Mexico True Breakfast Burrito Byway” 2014/04/07 18:03:00
Been to NM many times tracking down Green Chile Cheese Burgers, but never spent much time looking for breakfast burritos.  However, the one I got from the Phillips 66 station at Jemez Pueblo was really good... it could be that I was really hungry at the time.