Canada's First Chipotle Drive-Thru Opens Today In BC & The First Ones To Go Get Free Stuff

A new Chipotle opening in B.C. is making history as the restaurant's first drive-thru location in Canada.

The Mexican grill chain is opening its new spot in Port Coquitlam on October 25. The drive-thru has a digital order pickup lane too, so you can order in advance.

The company is also offering the first 50 guests at the restaurant, located at 2325 Ottawa St., Chipotle keychains and T-shirts.

Chipotle currently has 25 restaurants in Canada and plans to open three additional restaurants in B.C. and Ontario before the end of the year.

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Address: 2325 Ottawa St., Port Coquitlam, B.C.

When: Open every day from 10:45 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Why You Should Go: Chipotle is always a hit, and it's pretty cool that this is the first drive-thru location in Canada. Also, you can get a free keychain.

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