North Texans will soon have the opportunity to embrace their own beloved burrito favorites as Ciudad Juárez’s successful franchise, Burritos Crisostomo, expands to Dallas-Fort Worth, reflecting the growing popularity of burritos and Mexican American migration, according to a Dallas Morning News article. They say,
“Soon, North Texans will get to decide on their own favorites, as burritos from Ciudad Juárez make their way to Dallas-Fort Worth with the expected arrival of Burritos Crisostomo, one of Juárez’s most successful franchises that’s already in El Paso.
The North Texas market would represent the company’s first venture away from the borderland, a symbol of the growth not just of Mexican American migration, but the popularity of burritos.
Luis A. Anzures, manager of Burritos Crisostomo Inc., said the company is “planning an expansion throughout Texas this year.” Plans call for Crisostomo to open five new locations in El Paso this year, followed by “North Texas, San Antonio and Houston. Texas represents everything for us. If you live on the border, you understand that Texas is part of us. We’re one. Texas is home.”
The menu features a variety of mouthwatering options with different spice levels:
(Ver Todo, Sin Picante, Picante, Muy Picante)
- Chile Relleno
- Huevo con rajas
- Asado de puerco en rejo
- Pollo a la mexicana
- Papas a la mexicana
In Ciudad Juárez, burrito shops and stands are abundant, each with their own unique names. Determining the best burrito is a challenging task, according to Chef Pati Jinich.