Lansing Edition: The Burrito Bar

By Candace Nelson - 5:00 PM

Burrito BarWest Virginia doesn't have a shortage of cool burrito joints: Black Bear Burritos, Black Sheep Burritos, and now, add The Burrito Bar at Breeze Hill to that list.

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The Burrito Bar was the perfect post-rafting meal. We made the short, winding trip up the road, over cracked pavement until we reached the restaurant. The beautiful, outdoor space is at the top of a hill, giving nice views no matter which direction you look.

Burrito BarIt's also a great space for live music, which we missed just by a bit - but the winding wooden deck leads to lots of little nooks to gather and hang out.

Burrito BarThe menu features a few different kinds of appetizers, tacos, quesadillas and burritos.

Burrito BarSome of the most popular choices include:

Pillow smoked chicken, seasoned rice, refried pinto beans, cheddar, shredded cabbage & chipoltle crema $9.50

Lost Paddle steak strips, seasoned rice, coffee’d black beans, pepperjack, shredded cabbage & red crema $11

It's cool they're named after some of the big rapids on the Gauley River. We went with the Iron Ring because it had a little bit of heat.

Iron Ring bbq pork, seasoned rice, refried pinto beans, cheddar, jalapenos, shredded cabbage & crema $9.50

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They went a little light on the jalapenos for us (bless), and it was great! It's simple, but well-executed. The rice was well-seasoned (instead of being dry and bland), and the pork and cheddar was delicious. We split this, which was great for just a nice small meal (because, of course, I wanted to try lots of places). And, the service was fantastic. Super accommodating and friendly!

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Grade: A
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