Fajitas & Ritas
Scallops Burrito? I Had to Try It
The result was not a complete disaster. The burritos here are served to you on a plate, with the rice on the side. Hey chef, if the rice is on the side, warn me first or call it an enchilada. That's like eating a hot dog with a side of buns, which is gross for two reasons. First, I don't eat fat sticks. Second, I don't eat fat sticks without buns.
Focus Jonah, focus.
The scallops were ok. They weren't exactly Legal Seafoods quality, but they were ok. And you can't get a scallops burrito just anywhere, so I gotta give it a few points for rarity.This Fajitas & Ritas meal was rated: .
Welcome to Fajitas & 'RitasWhile a little more upscale (table service) than your standard casa de burrito, this place gets a little casual by letting your write on the walls. I left my mark: www.burritoblog.com
It opened in 1989 in Boston's Downtown Crossing (Map), replacing a sushi restaurant. Another location sat in Brookline Village for a while, but closed its doors a few years back. There's a second Fajitas & 'Ritas that's still open in Quincy (Map).
The menu is a little long and didn't scan well, so you can check out their website here. It's a little more Americanized than most places I frequent, but it boasts a full bar.