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Aug 17, 2010 02:19 PM

Breakfast Burritos in Baltimore

I just moved to Baltimore from the Wild West, and I am craving a solid, smothered, breakfast burrito. I tried the chorizo version at the Golden West Cafe and, alas, my search for satisfaction continues. Is there any hope for me?

Golden West Cafe
1105 W 36th St, Baltimore, MD

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  1. There is a wonderful authetic mexican restuarant in Rosedale on Philidelphia road. Fiesta Mexicana. It is nothing to look at from the front but the food is truly amazing and the owner is the nicest man in the world. It is mostly mexico city street food style. I have not had the breakfast burrito yet, but I'm sure it would not dissapoint based on everything else I have had there. This place is worth the short drive out of the city .

    Additionally On the Hill cafe in Baltimore has a good breafast burrito, but it's not smothered.

    In town your best bet is probably Miguels, a new mexican place on the water over at Silo Point. They are making some amazing food out there. They have a great brunch

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    1. re: poached

      Thank you! Looking forward to tasty bites....

    2. I am not sure it is what you are looking for, but I love Dmitri's Salsa Burritos at Blue Moon in Fells Point. You get two (I end up bringing on home), and they are full of eggs, yummy cheese, and Blue Moon's specialty - their hash browns. There is a meat option too. They are not smothered - just a nice serving of homemade salsa on the top.

      Blue Moon Cafe
      1621 Aliceanna St, Baltimore, MD 21231

      1. Not in Baltimore, but close. R&R also has a full breakfast menu and seems to do more business then than mid-day. The huevos con chorizo is pretty good - and the beans served alongside are nice.

        1. I would second on the hill for a good foil wrapped breafast burrito.

          1. The best breakfast burritos in Baltimore are at the Downtown Farmer's market, under 83. It's only open for 1 more Sunday I think until May. They can be found at the stall next to the milk people. Not smothered, but totally delicious.