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What You'll Get
Much like the human body, a burrito hides its impressive ingredients behind a soft shell and functions best when attached to hands. Grab some impressive grub with today's Groupon: for $7, you get $15 worth of casual New Mexican fare at Burritos Alinstante, with four convenient locations.
Employing fresh, wholesome ingredients and traditional recipes, each branch of this family-operated eatery subdues surly appetites and slings out a full menu (pricing may vary) of made-from-scratch tortilla delights. Rise with the sun and scarf down a breakfast burrito (mini, $3.19; regular, $4.19), or straggle out of bed when you hear the rooster chewing his lunch and snatch a flavor-packed bundle such as the #4, a burrito loaded with chicharrones, beans, green chili, and cheese and wrapped in either a regular or wheat tortilla (mini, $3.19; regular, $4.19). Saucy smotherings surrender themselves to tongue buds for an additional $1.
Diners looking to branch out from burritos can grab hold of options such as the #13, three tacos with ground beef, lettuce, tomatoes, green chili, and cheese ($2.79), or the Frito pie, a mélange of corn chips, beef, and nacho cheese ($4.19). Combo meals (add $1.65) come with a cold soda, perfect for counteracting spiciness and softening the tips of quill pens.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 28, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per order. Limit 1 per visit. Must purchase 1 food item. Dine-in and carryout only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Burritos Alinstante
At Burritos Alinstante, owner Mary Ellen Chavez upholds her mother's culinary legacy with a menu of meaty, New Mexico–style burritos. Chefs grill certified Angus beef and succulent carne adovada before loading them into locally made tortillas. Chefs also peel and slice their own potatoes, and whip up refried beans from scratch every day. Customers can also build their own burritos, choosing from more than a dozen fixings including northern New Mexico–style chicharrones, hand-trimmed steak, and a series of smaller and smaller Russian nesting burritos.