Enjoy the Tastiest Burritos Around Manassas

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A popular Mexican dish, burritos first appeared on an American menu in the 1930s. Today, they’re a favorite from coast to coast. They come stuffed with everything from guacamole to grilled beef and are served at several local eateries. The restaurants near our Manassas apartments include:

El Vaquero West 

Family-owned, El Vaquero West is where you’ll enjoy traditional Mexican cuisine made from authentic ingredients. It boasts a fun, festive atmosphere. The staff is also friendly and attentive, and diners enjoy flavorful meals served in large portions. Don’t miss out on trying their California burrito. This tasty dish comes with rice, beans and your choice of beef or grilled chicken. 

Hector’s of Nokesville 

Boasting a 4.5-star rating on Yelp, Hector’s of Nokesville is a local go-to for fresh Mexican cuisine. Diners enjoy fast, friendly service. They can start their visit with the restaurant’s famous salsa, and then the extensive menu features something for everyone. For lunch, don’t miss the burrito special. The tortilla features ground beef and beans. It also comes covered with lettuce, tomatoes, red sauce, and sour cream. 

California Tortilla 

At California Tortilla, the mission is to bring a fresh perspective to Mexican cuisine. The chefs hand-craft over 25 recipes from scratch daily. They also create in small batches, and the ingredients never come from bags or cans. Enjoy the Screamin’ Green burrito. Perfect for lunch or dinner, it includes blackened chicken, black beans, and Screamin’ Green sauce wrapped in a fresh tortilla. For the best deal, visit on Monday after 5:00 p.m. After purchasing a regular size burrito, you can then spin the burrito wheel to win something tasty. 

After enjoying a burrito, test your problem-solving skills at a nearby escape room. To become a resident of The Elms at Signal Hill Station, please contact us. Our friendly team is excited to tell you more about our apartments in Manassas. 

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