Google+ Two-Wheeled Tourist: Quick Bites: Ohio City Burrito (Cleveland, OH)


Quick Bites: Ohio City Burrito (Cleveland, OH)

Matt and I took a Downtown Cleveland riding tour a few weeks ago just to try something new. I had to show him the West Side Market, a place I had visited several months ago with another friend. For dinner, I requested to try something new in the Ohio City district, so we made a stop at Ohio City Burrito, a couple blocks away from the West Side Market and just around the corner from the Great Lakes Brewing Company. Needless to say, we were very impressed by the extreme flavor and authentic flavor of these selections. Here are a couple of their dishes.

Matt had a "25th Street Taco" consisting of a hard taco shell inside of a flour tortilla pasted together with refried beans, with chicken, cheese, lettuce, and specialty sauce inside.
I had a Brother’s Burrito which consisted of a flour tortilla filled with rice, a choice of beans & meat (I went with the shredded beef), lettuce, choice of salsa, guacamole and sour cream. This is their signature burrito, also known as the "silver bullet." I had this with their homemade iced horchata drink.
The decor gives this hole-in-the-wall store even more of a homey feel.
If this store was a chain, it has the potential of giving a certain, other Mexican Grill a popularity run for its money in this region. Yeah, they're that good. For more information and to see their menu, visit

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