Burrito San

Quick San

Seaweed Burritos and Sake in Downtown

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It takes some real stones to mess with a classic.

Well. Stones, meet burritos.

The nerve of Burrito San, a quick new Downtown eatery that’s doing sacrilegious things to your burrito (seaweed is involved), now open. (See the slideshow and the menu.)

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Apparently, these guys didn’t get the memo. That’s actually great news for you, because their pedigree includes names like Lan Pan-Asian and Yuga. So if anyone’s going to mess with your burrito, it’s this crew.

A casual workday lunch. A quick refueling between bar stops with friends. Go here. You’ll step into this simple, green-and-gray spot, queue up and place your order for “burritos.”

Yes, “burritos.” See, they’re... different. Instead of a flour wrap, they’re using seaweed here—kind of like a really massive sushi roll. And they’re stuffed with rice and things like eggs, crisp spiced chicken, Yukon Gold potatoes and crunchy eggplant.

But listen, try not to get too distracted. Because there’s also some sake and local brews from Funky Buddha and Due South that need your attention.

Beer and its needs.


Burrito San
119 SE 1st Ave
Miami, FL, 33131


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