Which of these 5 Mexican restaurants do you prefer?

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  • Taco Bell

    3 7.32%
  • Chipotle

    23 56.10%
  • Del Taco

    0 0%
  • Qdoba

    8 19.51%
  • Moe's Southwest Grill

    7 17.07%
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    Qdoba, then Moe's then Chipotle. Taco Bell isn't even a consideration.

    Not on the list, by I pick Hot Head Burrito over Chipotle.
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    Love Chipotle. Qdoba has grown on me of late. I have not eaten a lot of Taco Hell in life, but each time I am pleasantly surprised. You can put together a semi-decent healthy meal from the Bell.

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    Currito is my #1 for this type of spot. Chipotle is #2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColonelCrazy View Post
    Currito is my #1 for this type of spot. Chipotle is #2.
    Forgot about Currito! I've had them a few times and really like it!

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    I just don't go to Taco Bell anymore, but I've posted about them enough.

    Chipotle for me.

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    Taco Bell could be great if the food they served resembled the food they advertise. The only way you can get a taco (for example) to look like one on the menu is to push all of the meat to the very end for the photo.

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    I like Taco Casa but those are few and far between in this part of the world.

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    Taco Bell is great, but it all depends on the location and who is making it. I've had some really bad Taco Bell lately. Chipotle and Moe's are consistent - you know what you are going to get.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumper_Dad View Post
    I like Taco Casa but those are few and far between in this part of the world.
    There are several Taco Casas in Cincinnati. I've heard mixed reviews and have never been brave enough to try one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColonelCrazy View Post
    There are several Taco Casas in Cincinnati. I've heard mixed reviews and have never been brave enough to try one.
    We had one here when I was in school, it was in the mall. Wife and I would often grab a bite before the movies when we were dating. The closest one now is in Middlesboro, that's quite a drive for a Chili Burrito.

    I'd guess it's like any franchise spot, some are better than others.

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    If I really want Mexican, give me the authentic places like Rio Grande, the gem of Newport.

    Close to the same price as a Chipotle. Not as quick, but quick enough for a sit down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumper_Dad View Post
    Taco Bell could be great if the food they served resembled the food they advertise. The only way you can get a taco (for example) to look like one on the menu is to push all of the meat to the very end for the photo.
    Couldn't agree more. I feel like I have to reassemble every taco after I get it. The big blob of sour cream on either end especially bugs me. I think the quesadillas at Taco Bell are great, but again, they are assembled so badly a third of it is just tortilla.

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    None of them. Yuck!

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    Moe's-never eaten there, but love when it is catered for a party.
    Chilpotle-eat there 4 times a year.
    Taco Bell-eat there twice a year
    Never eaten at the other 2

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    Saw a tweet last night that Chipotle is flirting with the idea of providing queso.

    A lot of my friends would probably call that a game changer.

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