Who has the best handheld burrito in town? (not breakfast burrito either)

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The chicharron and bean at Acapulcos is my current fave.

 

I use to have it but I ate it.

 

My vote is for El Modelo.

I like Sophia's - we pick one up every now and then on our way out to errand round town...when you need a quick hearty burrito...they make the cut in my opinion.

 

 

El Modelo chicharron.

Casa Benevidez has awesome hand held burritos also.
I love the carne adovada burritos at Casa Benevidez...yum yum
I like the veggie burrito at Carolina's Mexican Restaurant near Girard and Central.  Really good and really cheap!
another vote for Carolina's  ...   love the carne asada burrito.
Antojito's La Tia trailer near the corner of 4th and Griegos, for one. And strangely enough, some good ones at Napoli Coffee on Carlisle between Candelaria and Menaul.

Call me a heretic for choosing a burrito without any kind of chile, but I really, really liked Bumblebee's "Veggie Especial" before they closed their ABQ operation.  Size of a football, without that pesky pigskin aftertaste.

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