Guess where I'm eating?

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Lori Midson
If there were a Santiago's outpost closer to my house, I'd probably find myself succumbing to their breakfast burritos more often, but instead, I get my fix here, at this house of breakfast burritos, every day burritos, tacos, and Indian fry bread.

Can you guess where I'm eating?

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Lori Midson
Lori Midson

Kevin did nail it: Twisters it is. 

Uncledave8
Uncledave8

I think Kevin nailed it.  After a little research on-line I find that Twister's does indeed have an Indian Taco (with fry bread) on their menu along with all the other Mexican suspects.  I think Lori has mentioned living down that way, too.

davebarnes
davebarnes

Little Anita's on South Colorado Blvd

davebarnes
davebarnes

Westword of 05AUG"And those staples are supplemented by several more New Mexican staples, including enchiladas, Indian tacos, a bevy of breakfast items"And, Lori lives within 13 blocks.

Uncledave8
Uncledave8

Not Little Anita's unless you count sopaipillas and fry bread.  They are certainly in the same family though.

Lauren
Lauren

That's what I was thinking. There is NOTHING appetizing about that.

Scott
Scott

Looks good to me..

Mantonat
Mantonat

Snobs. What isn't good about cheese, potatoes, meat, and spices wrapped in a tender flour tortilla. Gooey bliss.

Uncledave8
Uncledave8

I agree, looks pretty darn tasty to me - I just can't think of a place that does them AND Indian Fry Bread

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