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Rito Loco Food Truck Opening a Brick and Mortar Burrito Restaurant in Shaw this April

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606 Florida Avenue, NW

Thanks to a neighbor for sending word that they received a letter about a meeting to discuss the Rito Loco burrito food truck who are planning on opening a restaurant in the former Reese’s barbershop space next to Bistro/Kafe Bohem near the Howard Theatre. I also emailed one of the owners who confirmed they signed a lease Oct. 1st and plan on opening mid-April. And they will continue to run their food truck as well.

Their website says:

“Welcome to the world of Rito Loco. A unique and creative burrito company. We use nothing but the freshest ingredients to fuel our homemade recipes. Everything is made from scratch and with love. Secret family recipes have been passed on for years and cultivated into the BEST BURRITO’s in D.C. We offer flavors from around the world that will excite your mouth and create a higher standard for the local burrito lover.”

You can see their food truck menu here.

Any fans of the food truck?

Updates as construction progresses.

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