Well, this place was different, and good.
First of all, this will inevitably draw comparisons to Chipolte and similar restaurants. That’s OK.
I ate at this location for two reasons: I (yes, even Bill Hensley can have this feeling) could not stomach the thought of a cheeseburger. I didn’t want a sit-down restaurant. This place is a block away from my work location here, and so I went there.
It was pretty good! I got a Burrito Bowl with Carnitas, which is (supposedly) spicy pulled pork. The pork was not spicy that I could tell. It was pretty flavorful, though. I liked it. The bowl has more options than Chipolte. I got rice, beans, and a bunch of other stuff. It was pretty tasty, and it was a lot of food (almost more than I really wanted). I ate all of it. Some of their stuff is priced ala cart extra. I also got a “Rev’d up”, which is essentially a drink and a cookie. They brew their own iced tea, and it was good. The cookie (I got a chocolate chip) was so-so.
I got there around 1945, and left around 2030. The place was completely uncrowded. My check was $10.75, which is very reasonable. I would go back here.