Pick your burrito size and type of tortilla, choose your beans, rice and/or meat, then load up on the veggies as your personal burrito assembler walks you through the chaos. The end product is an ample baby-leg of a burrito, complete with one of Freebird's tasty sauces and wrapped in foil. The crowds will attest to the beauty of the experience.
Be sure you're hungry if you order any monster-size burrito--these babies are measured in pounds. You'll need more than 30 minutes before you can swim if you order the Super Monster: It weighs 2 3/4 pounds.
Favorite Dish: Monster, chicken, black beans, extra hot sauce and BBQ sauce.
college town type place that's visited by everyone and anyone. fun, relaxed atmosphere. you walk with your server, tell him/her how to fix your burrito and then they wrap it up and serve it to you with a smile and usually a unique face.
soooo very yummy. soooo very good and a great portion of food.
they have it worked out where everything is paid by the quarter - no off-change like 5.81. you'd pay 5.75 or 6 bucks. nice and even.
Favorite Dish: i like a regular cayan tortilla with
beef and chicken, refried beans and rice,
and whatever fillings tempt my tastebuds that day. they include the norm: lettuce, tomato, cheese, sour cream, quacamole, roasted garlic, onion, etc etc etc. and GREAT sauces - their original bbq sauce, a spicy sauce, a lemon sauce, etc etc.
mix and match!