Friday, April 29, 2011

USA Today loves Bell Street Burritos

Posted By on Fri, Apr 29, 2011 at 12:33 AM

Que bueno. USA Today has named Bell Street Burritos one of America's "10 great places to bite into a big burrito." Here's what the newspaper had to say:

For a memorable meal wrapped in a freshly steamed tortilla, head to the Sweet Auburn Curb Market near downtown. If it's a spiritual experience, there's a reason. Bell Street Burritos is run by a former professor of religion from Morehouse College. "The beans are tender, the red sauce is just spicy enough, the green sauce is full of tomatillos, cilantro and jalapenos," Baldwin [of] says. 678-732-0488.

This of course will be controversial. Indeed, Besha herself yawned after sampling Bell Street's burritos, causing a flurry of controversy among commenters. So, let it be noted that USA Today didn't call Bell Street one of the "10 best." It called it a "great place," not a "best place." Got that? Good.

It doesn't help USA Today's credibility that they mislabeled the photo accompanying the story.

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