It brings us great pleasure to announce that our fifth Burrito Bar is open at Southland, Victoria!
With a great management team, superb chefs and sit down table-service, Burrito Bar Southland is a fresh take on The Burrito Bar fresh-mex concept which is sure to provide you with a unique dining experience. There’s also a new menu unique to Burrito Bar Southland – you’ll have to come down to Shop 2088 in Southland (opposite McDonalds near the cinemas) and have a look to find out what surprises are in store!
As always, we’d love to hear your feedback so let us know what you think via Burrito Bar Southland Facebook or The Burrito Bar feedback form.
We’re very excited to announce that The Burrito Bar at Coorparoo will officially be opening its doors today the 2nd of May, 2012. This is our fourth fresh-mex restaurant in Queensland and we invite you to come down to Shop 6, 19 Harries Road, Coorparoo to check out the new restaurant - we’d love to get your feedback!
Join us for a night to remember Cinco De Mayo Fiesta 4th and 5th of May from 6:30pm. We are hosting this event at 3 of our stores, Rosalie, Broadbeach and South Bank. Contact the store to secure your tickets for the event. See details below:
Bring your kids down to The Burrito Bar on Wednesday the 21st of March, 28th of March and the 4th of April and they can order anything from the Kid’s Menu for FREE!
After a great day at O-week on QUT’s Garden Point Campus today, we’re heading off next to St Lucia UQ on Wednesday the 22nd of Feb. We have some fantastic new specials, exclusive to students so make sure you look out for us at the UQ campus and take advantage of all the student benefits you can get!
Embrace the Summer with our Summer Prawn Tacos!
$4 each for a limited time only
We are very pleased to announce that all The Burrito Bar restaurants offer free Wi-fi for our customers. For all you Mexican friends in Southbank, Broadbeach and Roaslie, that means you can get yourself a fresh-mex fix and get online and tell everyone how great it is while you are eating it!
Check out the great article written by TIFFIN on her experience at The Burrito Bar’s Day of the Dead celebrations on November 3rd - TIFFIN – bite sized food adverntures post about TBB’s Day of the Dead
Some awesome photos in there of the food, fun and festivities so make sure you check it out!
Thanks TIFFIN for the great feedback and photo coverage of the event – we are happy you enjoyed yourself!
Image Source: TIFFIN Blog
Have a great TBB experience? We’d love for you to let us know.
The interiors of Queensland’s Burrito Bar stores are fast becoming a travelling portfolio for acclaimed street artist Fintan Magee, with another original work now complete at the brands shiny new Broadbeach store.
Magee was picked up by Director of the Burrito Bar franchise Luke McGrath earlier this year as the brands interiors artist – hired to inject the vibrancy and edginess of Mexican inspired street art into the Burrito Bar stores.
Drawing inspiration from San Francisco’s street mural art scene, Magee said his designs for the venue needed to capture the beauty and edginess of the colour-popping Mexican streets.
“It was important to Luke to remain genuine to the Mexican culture. He wanted his stores to have an edgy atmosphere with the artwork to be fun and loud,” he said.
With the theming focusing on Mexico’s annual Day of the Dead celebration, Magee chose designs that captured the intricate details and amazing colouring of the sometimes fear-evoking images.
“The images can be a little confrontational, which is the biggest balancing act for me as an artist. By focusing on the Day of the Dead we captured the beauty of images that are usually seen as deathly and scary.
“The artwork within the Burrito Bar stores definitely helps to make them stand out,” he said.
After one successful fit out in Rosalie, Magee’s Broadbeach mural marks his second completed work for the Burrito Bar franchise, with the brands aggressive growth strategy promising more Magee originals in coming months.
Street art lovers wanting to view Magee’s Mexican inspired originals can do at The Burrito Bar Rosalie and The Burrito Bar Broadbeach and can visit http://www.theburritobar.com.au/tbb-locations/ for store locations.
The Burrito Bar’s exclusive ‘Day of the Dead’ Mexican celebration kicked off on the 3rd of November with VIP members enjoying margaritas, authentic San Francisco Street Mex and learning how to make traditional sugar skull delicacies all from our Rosalie Restaurant.
Scene Out provided some media coverage on the day that you can have a look at below which includes some great photos of the event.
If you weren’t lucky enough to be there on the day then rest assured there will be plenty more to come!