718 Ponce de Leon Ave., 404-685-3531, and other locations. www.chipotle.com.
El Potro Convivial and sometimes downright loud on weekend nights, El Potro occupies a special cheap eats place in many Atlantans' hearts. Special No. 28 is a practice in guilty pleasures, with two massive burritos the size of fire logs filled with chicken or beef, rice and beans, and smothered in a goopy, creamy coat of white cheese sauce.
3396 Buford Highway. 404-325-9312.
Matilda Bean Tipping the scales just a few ounces under the bantam weight class, Matilda's immense burritos require strength training on the eater's behalf to properly heft the meaty delight to one's gaping mouth. The popular Tony Montana burrito crammed with seared steak, peppers, rice and refried beans is a pleasurable, never-ending Tex-Mex marathon.
1603 White Way, East Point. 404-762-5136.
Raging Burrito Tired of the lines at Decatur's Taqueria del Sol? Raging Burrito is a worthy alternative, with a spiffy atmosphere that qualifies as an astute cheap date destination. The menu vacillates nicely between admirably traditional and tastefully creative burritos: Try the raging burrito if you're famished, or the pineapple jerk burrito for something out of the ordinary.
141 Sycamore St., Decatur. 404-377-3311. www.ragingburrito.com.
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