Happy Birthday, Burrito Beach!


On November 5th, head to Burrito Beach to celebrate their first birthday! Complete with all kinds of giveaways, this is a birthday bash you won’t want to miss.

About Burrito Beach

In 1995, founder Gregory Schulson wanted to bring fast-causal, Mexican cuisine to the Midwest. Burrito Beach was born and quickly grew to seven locations in Chicagoland. Their menu is entirely customizable, complete with all your Mexican-inspired classics. From toasted burritos to crispy quesadillas, Burrito Beach uses the freshest ingredients and is perfect for anyone looking for a quick bite. Their restaurants are full of vibrant, inviting colors and hospitable staff. Also, Burrito Beach loves to support the Lincoln Park community. They have worked with PAWS, Greater Chicago Food Depository, and Lincoln Park Community Services to give back to the community that has given their cuisine a home. Visit this page to find out about rewards, catering, and more!

Burrito Beach’s First Birthday Party!

Burrito Beach’s Lincoln Park location will celebrate its first birthday this Saturday, November 5th. The Lincoln Park location will become Burrito Beach’s first test kitchen location, attempting to break the boundaries of Mexican cuisine. Lucky for you, the community gets to be the first taste testers. With tons of fun experiences, this is an event you won’t want to miss! From 11:00 am to 3:00 pm, all diners are welcome to visit the Lincoln Park location for $3 burritos. Plus, the first 50 guests will receive free Burrito Beach swag. Everyone can donate to Greater Chicago Food Depository and enter their raffle to win free burritos for a year! Loyalty members even have extra perks, so sign up for rewards before Saturday. They will even have a photo booth and prize wheel throughout the day. Burrito Beach’s birthday party will be the perfect way to spend your Saturday!

Written by: Maddie Belland

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