Atlanta Is Finally Getting A QDOBA Where You Can Eat Guac & Queso For Free
The options are actually endless.
We can't even count on our hands how many fast-casual burritos spots exist (but of course, we have tried almost all of them). From Chipotle to Moes, there's nothing quite like a hefty, customized burrito that's like heaven in a tortilla. And now a new QDOBA in Atlanta is opening next year, where you'll get chips and guac for absolutely FREE!
QDOBA is a fast-casual Mexican spot with customizable burritos, bowls, quesadillas, tacos and more. With over 600 locations nationwide, this new spot in Midtown will mark Georgia's ninth location. It will be the only location in the actual city (besides the airport).
All of QDOBA's meats and sauces pack a ton of flavor and honestly, they're a step above the rest because you can add guacamole AND queso completely free of charge. Now, that's a deal.
The new location will be on the ground level of the Alexan on 8th apartment tower, waiting for you to become a regular during lunch hour. Details about the opening are currently unknown, but Narcity will update the story as soon as further information is released.
With breakfast burritos and even tortilla soup served in a taco salad bowl, you can rest assure QDOBA has unique offerings not found at other competitors.
Choose from smoked brisket, steak, chicken, ground beef or pulled pork to fill the huge variety of options on the menu. They even have Impossible™ options, and a whole vegetarian menu for the plant-based enthusiasts.
Don't forget to load it up even taller with two queso options, guac, and five salsas at no extra cost. $8.70 for a burrito made of endless dreams? We're sorry, Chipotle who?
Speaking of new fast-casual concepts popping up around the city,next year and it's everything. For more mouth-watering Mexican eats in and around ATL, check out this with amazingly authentic tacos.
Address: 880 W. Peachtree St. NW., Atlanta, GA
Why You Need To Go: Ditch Chipotle and opt for a massive variety of options with FREE queso and guac.