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fattybomatty

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  • Location: North Plainfield, NJ
salsaritas fresh cantina Wed, 04/4/12 8:23 AM (permalink)
Has anyone ever eaten at one of these? One just opened next to my apartment building and I wanted to know opinions on this place and possible recommendations. Thanks!
 
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    Foodbme

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    • Location: Gilbert, AZ
    Re:salsaritas fresh cantina Wed, 04/4/12 5:33 PM (permalink)
    Primarily on the East Coast. None in AZ. One way to find out----Try it out.
     
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      mar52

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      • Location: Marina del Rey, CA
      Re:salsaritas fresh cantina Wed, 04/4/12 10:35 PM (permalink)
      Try several things and let us know what you think.
       
      Enjoy!
       
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        ces1948

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        • Location: Port St Lucie, Fl
        Re:salsaritas fresh cantina Wed, 04/4/12 10:49 PM (permalink)
        We had one in Kingsport, Tn which we enjoyed. At the time it was a new concept to us but since then I've had Moe's and Chipolte I think all three are pretty close in concept.
         
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          jajarino68

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          • Location: Maryville, TN
          Re:salsaritas fresh cantina Fri, 04/6/12 12:06 PM (permalink)
          I've been to the one near me twice. Your order is assembled when placed. It's ok for a change, but I'm not hung up on it. If it's a brand new location, I would give it a few months to work out some operating issues to be sure you are getting the best.
           
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            Foodbme

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            Re:salsaritas fresh cantina Sat, 04/7/12 5:21 AM (permalink)
            jajarino68


            I've been to the one near me twice. Your order is assembled when placed. It's ok for a change, but I'm not hung up on it. If it's a brand new location, I would give it a few months to work out some operating issues to be sure you are getting the best.

            Sounds like a Chipotle kind of place.
             
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              HollyDolly

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              • Location: Schertz, TX
              Re:salsaritas fresh cantina Tue, 04/10/12 9:16 AM (permalink)
              Well, I looked at their website.It's similar to San Antonio based Taco Cabana,which is also a mexican food chain.You go up to the counter and order what you want.Then they go and assemble your food,and call you when it's ready.Cieolito Station a local restaurant in Cibolo does the same thing, but there they bring you your food, at Taco Cabana ,you get it when they call your number.At Cieolito,they give you a number to put on your table so the server knows what you ordered.
               
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                MetroplexJim

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                • Location: McKinney, TX
                Re:salsaritas fresh cantina Wed, 04/18/12 10:35 AM (permalink)
                Salsarita's seems to be similar to a very successful franchise out of Ft. Worth:  Fuzzy's Tacos.  http://www.fuzzystacoshop.com/  They are especially successful around universities.  If I lived in State College, Ann Arbor, or Columbus I'd give them a look.
                 
                As Salsarita's just opened in Tyler, DFW can't be far behind.  I'll give them a try and report.
                 
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                  Ev1L

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                  • Location: Middletown, CT
                  Re:salsaritas fresh cantina Wed, 04/18/12 10:20 PM (permalink)
                  HollyDolly


                  Well, I looked at their website.It's similar to San Antonio based Taco Cabana,which is also a mexican food chain.You go up to the counter and order what you want.Then they go and assemble your food,and call you when it's ready.Cieolito Station a local restaurant in Cibolo does the same thing, but there they bring you your food, at Taco Cabana ,you get it when they call your number.At Cieolito,they give you a number to put on your table so the server knows what you ordered.

                   
                  Here on the east coast, we call those taco bell.....
                   
                  /me runs
                   
                  (just a joke--didnt mean to offend :) )
                   
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