Rito's Mexican Food Inc/Take

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I love tacos!!! Never made them at home so I will have to try this one soon!!!

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I love tacos!!! Never made them at home so I will have to try this one soon!!!

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The taco's are really great it has hot stuff on it. The vegetables on it is really fresh.

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The taco's are really great it has hot stuff on it. The vegetables on it is really fresh.

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I loved their meal cannot wait to have it again, appetizer is to die for..

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I loved their meal cannot wait to have it again, appetizer is to die for..

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Best bean burritos!!!!

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Best bean burritos!!!!

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This is the classic hole in the wall. Actually makes a hole in the wall look upscale and I would never have gone into this area or restaurant without a referral. Boy am I glad I went!!! The food is terrific!! Maybe even made a little better by the dingy atmosphere because it is so unexpected.

Green chile burro, enchilada style with green sauce on top instead of red. Hot, fresh and unbelievable flavor. As others have mentioned, it's probably completely unhealthy, but what the hell! Once in a while throw caution to the wind and enjoy the taste of the food without always counting fat grams!

Sketchy neighborhood, no sign, but no mistaking the location - it's the only house with cars lining both sides of the street. People inside are very friendly and you can always strike up a conversation with the customers. Food this good seems to put a smile on everyone's face.

If you are looking for fancy, go somewhere else. But for amazing food (a limited menu) and the benefit of discovering a hidden gem, go to Rito's.

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This is the classic hole in the wall. Actually makes a hole in the wall look upscale and I would never have gone into this area or restaurant without a referral. Boy am I glad I went!!! The food is terrific!! Maybe even made a little better by the dingy atmosphere because it is so unexpected.

Green chile burro, enchilada style with green sauce on top instead of red. Hot, fresh and unbelievable flavor. As others have mentioned, it's probably completely unhealthy, but what the hell! Once in a while throw caution to the wind and enjoy the taste of the food without always counting fat grams!

Sketchy neighborhood, no sign, but no mistaking the location - it's the only house with cars lining both sides of the street. People inside are very friendly and you can always strike up a conversation with the customers. Food this good seems to put a smile on everyone's face.

If you are looking for fancy, go somewhere else. But for amazing food (a limited menu) and the benefit of discovering a hidden gem, go to Rito's.

Pros: Very tasty. Everything homemade

Cons: Sketchy Location.

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First of all, Rito's MARKET? Last I checked, they have only around 5 things on their menu, and all of them are phenomenal. But this is no market. It's run in a residential neighborhood right across the street from a school. My dad started taking me here when I was just a wee lad, and I haven't stopped going back. At least once a month I trek over to Rito's (It's about a 40 minute drive, I live in Fountain Hills) and bring back a tray full of steaming burritos (both red and green, but personally I prefer the red) and rice.

Some people were saying that the restaurant is a little bit too small, and there's limited seating. I'll agree with you on the seating part, they have some tables outside around the house. The thing is, they ARE outside, so if it rains, you get wet. Very wet. But the inside of the restaurant is waiting room only. The great thing about Rito's is you will rub shoulders with all walks of life in there. And almost everybody is friendly, happy, and more than willing to strike up a conversation. Mostly about how good the food is.

My advice about the food: if you're watching your weight you shouldn't be in there. Everything is made the traditional way; with lard. I know, some of you are thinking "Lard? Gross, that stuff is bad for you!" and I would have to say your right. But it's impossible to get the over-the-top flavor of traditional Mexican fare without some sacrifices. Also, bring napkins. Lots and lots of them. Because the red and green chile sauces are both very liquidy. I usually hold it over the bowl of rice so that all the drippings go into the rice, making it even better.

So, long story short: Rito's is an institution to be reckoned with; and I don't think i've had better Mexican food anywhere. Including Mexico! Whatever you're doing Salinas family, keep it up!

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★★★★★

First of all, Rito's MARKET? Last I checked, they have only around 5 things on their menu, and all of them are phenomenal. But this is no market. It's run in a residential neighborhood right across the street from a school. My dad started taking me here when I was just a wee lad, and I haven't stopped going back. At least once a month I trek over to Rito's (It's about a 40 minute drive, I live in Fountain Hills) and bring back a tray full of steaming burritos (both red and green, but personally I prefer the red) and rice.

Some people were saying that the restaurant is a little bit too small, and there's limited seating. I'll agree with you on the seating part, they have some tables outside around the house. The thing is, they ARE outside, so if it rains, you get wet. Very wet. But the inside of the restaurant is waiting room only. The great thing about Rito's is you will rub shoulders with all walks of life in there. And almost everybody is friendly, happy, and more than willing to strike up a conversation. Mostly about how good the food is.

My advice about the food: if you're watching your weight you shouldn't be in there. Everything is made the traditional way; with lard. I know, some of you are thinking "Lard? Gross, that stuff is bad for you!" and I would have to say your right. But it's impossible to get the over-the-top flavor of traditional Mexican fare without some sacrifices. Also, bring napkins. Lots and lots of them. Because the red and green chile sauces are both very liquidy. I usually hold it over the bowl of rice so that all the drippings go into the rice, making it even better.

So, long story short: Rito's is an institution to be reckoned with; and I don't think i've had better Mexican food anywhere. Including Mexico! Whatever you're doing Salinas family, keep it up!

Pros: Delicious Food, Atmosphere, and... did I mention delicious food?

Cons: Outdoor seating only

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The bean burritos are just like my mom's were. The thin beans can be mixed with rice and you have a more stable burrito. Personally, order some chips and get a free bean dip. Red chili is excellent!

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The bean burritos are just like my mom's were. The thin beans can be mixed with rice and you have a more stable burrito. Personally, order some chips and get a free bean dip. Red chili is excellent!

Pros: Delicious red and green chili.

Cons: Seating.

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One of the ladies I work with suggested we try this place. It is quite far away but well worth it. The beans are amazing and the green chili seems popular. Like the other reviewers sugested to call in order cause they are really busy!

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One of the ladies I work with suggested we try this place. It is quite far away but well worth it. The beans are amazing and the green chili seems popular. Like the other reviewers sugested to call in order cause they are really busy!

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WWW.TACARBON(DOT)COM TA CARBON THE REAL MEXICAN GRILL 100% ANGUS BEEF CHARCOAL COOK IN FRONT OF YOU , VERY NICE CLEAN PLACE , I HAD THE BEST CARNE ASADA I EVER TRIED. VISIT THEIR WEBPAGE TO CHECK OUT THE PLACE IS LOCATED IN GLENDALE,AZ ON 59TH AVENUE AND NORTH OF CAMELBACK.

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WWW.TACARBON(DOT)COM TA CARBON THE REAL MEXICAN GRILL 100% ANGUS BEEF CHARCOAL COOK IN FRONT OF YOU , VERY NICE CLEAN PLACE , I HAD THE BEST CARNE ASADA I EVER TRIED. VISIT THEIR WEBPAGE TO CHECK OUT THE PLACE IS LOCATED IN GLENDALE,AZ ON 59TH AVENUE AND NORTH OF CAMELBACK.

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I've been eating Rito's since I was 17 (in 1993) and it is still the same. I have since lived in NYC & Atlanta and nothing anywhere compares to their burros and their beef tacos (which they regretfully have discontinued) and their hot sauce (I wish they sold it in pint containers-I love it!). I have returned back to live in the valley (Chandler) and I go there at least once a month. What's great about Rito's is you see everyone in society standing in line there, talking, sitting and eating together. You can't say that about any other restaurant anywhere. It is the best!

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I've been eating Rito's since I was 17 (in 1993) and it is still the same. I have since lived in NYC & Atlanta and nothing anywhere compares to their burros and their beef tacos (which they regretfully have discontinued) and their hot sauce (I wish they sold it in pint containers-I love it!). I have returned back to live in the valley (Chandler) and I go there at least once a month. What's great about Rito's is you see everyone in society standing in line there, talking, sitting and eating together. You can't say that about any other restaurant anywhere. It is the best!

Pros: The food! The Rito's experience!

Cons: Cash only! Limited days/hours for service!

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I used to live in the same neighborhood as Rito's. In fact I went to kindergarden at the school across the street. By far, this is the best bean burritos in town. They are always hot and stuffed with beans! Only once in my life have I eaten their bean burro without spilling the beans all over my hands and plate. I challenge anyone to try them and not SPILL THE BEANS! If you are lucky enough to eat here you MUST eat them outside on their picnic tables... if it's not too hot for you. NJOY!

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★★★★★

I used to live in the same neighborhood as Rito's. In fact I went to kindergarden at the school across the street. By far, this is the best bean burritos in town. They are always hot and stuffed with beans! Only once in my life have I eaten their bean burro without spilling the beans all over my hands and plate. I challenge anyone to try them and not SPILL THE BEANS! If you are lucky enough to eat here you MUST eat them outside on their picnic tables... if it's not too hot for you. NJOY!

Pros: the food!

Cons: the lines!

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I had been wanting to try this place for a long time and was very disappointed. We ordered a green chili chimi and a lard, oops I mean bean, burro. The green chimi was very average and the bean burro was gross. We also had a side of rice, which was good as was a tortilla on the burro. It was overpriced boring food. If you are looking for good Mexican food, try Pedros in Glendale where you can get a lunch special green burro with rice and beans included for under $7, plus you get chips and salsa. I guess this is just one of those dive places that maybe when it started 25 years ago was a good place to eat, but now, yuck. I can't understand why it is so crowded, maybe people just think it is more authentic because you have to eat outside and it's in a very primitate type building.

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I had been wanting to try this place for a long time and was very disappointed. We ordered a green chili chimi and a lard, oops I mean bean, burro. The green chimi was very average and the bean burro was gross. We also had a side of rice, which was good as was a tortilla on the burro. It was overpriced boring food. If you are looking for good Mexican food, try Pedros in Glendale where you can get a lunch special green burro with rice and beans included for under $7, plus you get chips and salsa. I guess this is just one of those dive places that maybe when it started 25 years ago was a good place to eat, but now, yuck. I can't understand why it is so crowded, maybe people just think it is more authentic because you have to eat outside and it's in a very primitate type building.

Pros: fresh tortillas, nice service

Cons: overpriced, not good flavor, eating outside, can pop

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Well For those of you that are familiar with the family that owns and operates Rito's Mexican food, then you can relate, if you dont ,no problem. I am a Salinas, the owing family, actually i am one of the twenty three grandchildren of the owners. I have had so many experinces at that restraunt while growing up. I actually used to live in the little corner house by the resraunt, but have sinced moved. Anyways about the food. I grew up on Rito's food from eating rice and beans as a baby to enjoying THE BEST burritos in town as a teen. What sets this mexican eatery apart from all the others is the genuinely good food and atmosphere. All the food there is great and the service is good too. People complain about no places to sit except outside and long lines. What they dont understand is that all of these factors are just part of the experience. The experience of enjoying the best mexican food in town, which will bring you back for more whether you work down town, are from out of state, or live down the street. I can guarantee that you will be back for more.

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★★★★★

Well For those of you that are familiar with the family that owns and operates Rito's Mexican food, then you can relate, if you dont ,no problem. I am a Salinas, the owing family, actually i am one of the twenty three grandchildren of the owners. I have had so many experinces at that restraunt while growing up. I actually used to live in the little corner house by the resraunt, but have sinced moved. Anyways about the food. I grew up on Rito's food from eating rice and beans as a baby to enjoying THE BEST burritos in town as a teen. What sets this mexican eatery apart from all the others is the genuinely good food and atmosphere. All the food there is great and the service is good too. People complain about no places to sit except outside and long lines. What they dont understand is that all of these factors are just part of the experience. The experience of enjoying the best mexican food in town, which will bring you back for more whether you work down town, are from out of state, or live down the street. I can guarantee that you will be back for more.

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I discovered Rito's when it had only been open about a year. The green chile burro enchilada style with a side of beans was the best I had ever tasted. It was good enough to dream about. I no longer live in Arizona, and I know that here in L.A., the food is based on a different style of cooking, but nothing compares. If I find myself in Phoenix for any reason, I try to plan my trip to coincide with Rito's hours of operation because I need my fix! Granted, last time I was there, it seemed there was less meat in the burrito, but the wonderful flavors of the chile and those amazing beans were exactly as I remembered. Now, maybe the one reviewer who didn't like it was upset over waiting an hour, I'm not sure. However, be smart and call in your order ahead of time. I've eaten Mexican food all over Arizona and California and I have never had occasion to change my mind. If you know what good tastes like, Rito's is by far the best!

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★★★★★

I discovered Rito's when it had only been open about a year. The green chile burro enchilada style with a side of beans was the best I had ever tasted. It was good enough to dream about. I no longer live in Arizona, and I know that here in L.A., the food is based on a different style of cooking, but nothing compares. If I find myself in Phoenix for any reason, I try to plan my trip to coincide with Rito's hours of operation because I need my fix! Granted, last time I was there, it seemed there was less meat in the burrito, but the wonderful flavors of the chile and those amazing beans were exactly as I remembered. Now, maybe the one reviewer who didn't like it was upset over waiting an hour, I'm not sure. However, be smart and call in your order ahead of time. I've eaten Mexican food all over Arizona and California and I have never had occasion to change my mind. If you know what good tastes like, Rito's is by far the best!

Pros: Great food at a reasonable price, generous portions

Cons: Long wait unless you call in your order, no indoor seating, limited hours of operation

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If you're looking for authentic, traditional tasting mexican food, Rito's is the place. Everything I've ordered has been delicious, but the green chile burrito is THE BEST! The food tastes fresh, homeade, full of flavor and the chile has a bit of a kick to it. It's a simple a la carte menu with just the basics: burritos, tacos, rice, beans, chimichangas, etc. It's not as inexpensive as you'd think for being a little hole in the way place, but the food is definitely worth it. A great place to eat in the spring time when it's just getting warm.

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★★★★★

If you're looking for authentic, traditional tasting mexican food, Rito's is the place. Everything I've ordered has been delicious, but the green chile burrito is THE BEST! The food tastes fresh, homeade, full of flavor and the chile has a bit of a kick to it. It's a simple a la carte menu with just the basics: burritos, tacos, rice, beans, chimichangas, etc. It's not as inexpensive as you'd think for being a little hole in the way place, but the food is definitely worth it. A great place to eat in the spring time when it's just getting warm.

Pros: great food

Cons: gets busy quick during lunch, long lines. cash only

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It's sad that some people go to Rito's Mexican Food Restaurant, try only one item, pass a negative blanket judgment, and say it's not worth going back to. They never knew they were never going back to what is quite possibly the best Mexican Food to be found in all of the U.S. by far. Let me tell you something, I was born in a house literally around the block from Rito's (on McKinley) and can remember going there from the time that I was three. My family moved to the West side of town when I was about five. I never knew the name of that place I had wonderful memories of. But the flavor of those beans would stay with me for the next ten years. For a decade I searched for that "bean flavor" that I remembered as a kid. I would go to places like Garcia's, La Canasta, Ponchos with my family and order a bean burrito, apparently hoping it would have that "flavor" that I could remember feeling like I had somewhere. I was dissapointed many times. I did not even fully realize what I was looking for until I was about 13 years old, when I "discovered" Rito's all over again! My grandmother had died and after we left the hospital we went back to her house (she lived about two minutes away from Rito's as well) and my uncle decided to send my cousin to get us all burritos from Ritos. When he came back with those aromatic wonders, and I bit into it for the first time since I was three or four and, I literally jumped out of my seat and yelled, "Oh my word! Where is this place?!! These are the beans I have been looking for forever!!!" Well, my uncle showed me where it was that day, and it has been all over for it since then. I am now 24, and I still go to Rito's at least once or twice a month if possible. ALL of my friends know about it, and now ALL of their friends are finding out about it. And they all ABSOLUTELY LOVE it. They ALL know that if Aaron is ranting and raving, there is a good chance, he's talking about Rito's.

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★★★★★

It's sad that some people go to Rito's Mexican Food Restaurant, try only one item, pass a negative blanket judgment, and say it's not worth going back to. They never knew they were never going back to what is quite possibly the best Mexican Food to be found in all of the U.S. by far. Let me tell you something, I was born in a house literally around the block from Rito's (on McKinley) and can remember going there from the time that I was three. My family moved to the West side of town when I was about five. I never knew the name of that place I had wonderful memories of. But the flavor of those beans would stay with me for the next ten years. For a decade I searched for that "bean flavor" that I remembered as a kid. I would go to places like Garcia's, La Canasta, Ponchos with my family and order a bean burrito, apparently hoping it would have that "flavor" that I could remember feeling like I had somewhere. I was dissapointed many times. I did not even fully realize what I was looking for until I was about 13 years old, when I "discovered" Rito's all over again! My grandmother had died and after we left the hospital we went back to her house (she lived about two minutes away from Rito's as well) and my uncle decided to send my cousin to get us all burritos from Ritos. When he came back with those aromatic wonders, and I bit into it for the first time since I was three or four and, I literally jumped out of my seat and yelled, "Oh my word! Where is this place?!! These are the beans I have been looking for forever!!!" Well, my uncle showed me where it was that day, and it has been all over for it since then. I am now 24, and I still go to Rito's at least once or twice a month if possible. ALL of my friends know about it, and now ALL of their friends are finding out about it. And they all ABSOLUTELY LOVE it. They ALL know that if Aaron is ranting and raving, there is a good chance, he's talking about Rito's.

Pros: The Best Bean Burritos and Guacamole Tacos

Cons: Hardly any, except maybe limited outdoor only seating but still way worth it!

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This by far is the most over rated green chile Ive ever has the displeasure of waiting an hour for! There are FAR better places in the valley that serve better green chile.. the tortillas however were awesome though not worth going back for!

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This by far is the most over rated green chile Ive ever has the displeasure of waiting an hour for! There are FAR better places in the valley that serve better green chile.. the tortillas however were awesome though not worth going back for!

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I grew up with good Mexican cooking. I've relocated to the east coast and have been craving good mexican food.

My first bite of the green burrito stopped me in my tracks because it was SO GOOD! It was exactly the flavor I was looking for and was even beyond my expectations.

We sat outside under a tree and thoroughly enjoyed the sunshine and the great food. Service was prompt and friendly and they even entertained our questions on the menu.

My friend noted that the tacos were excellent as well. My only regret was that I could only fit 1 burrito in to my stomach.

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★★★★★

I grew up with good Mexican cooking. I've relocated to the east coast and have been craving good mexican food.

My first bite of the green burrito stopped me in my tracks because it was SO GOOD! It was exactly the flavor I was looking for and was even beyond my expectations.

We sat outside under a tree and thoroughly enjoyed the sunshine and the great food. Service was prompt and friendly and they even entertained our questions on the menu.

My friend noted that the tacos were excellent as well. My only regret was that I could only fit 1 burrito in to my stomach.

Pros: quick service, cheap, delicious

Cons: limited parking, outdoor seating, cash only

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This is one of the best mexican food restaurant in the phoenix area, the food is very authentic and great tasting. the only setback is that is it anly open for lunch but well worth it.

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★★★★★

This is one of the best mexican food restaurant in the phoenix area, the food is very authentic and great tasting. the only setback is that is it anly open for lunch but well worth it.

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A long time favorite here in phoenix! This is actually a take out restraunt from a home in a neighborhood. The food is so good . The menu is small. There are tacos burritos and beans and rice and a cheese crisp but you wont be dissapointed with any of it. The line is crazy so call and order ahead if your on a lunch break.

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A long time favorite here in phoenix! This is actually a take out restraunt from a home in a neighborhood. The food is so good . The menu is small. There are tacos burritos and beans and rice and a cheese crisp but you wont be dissapointed with any of it. The line is crazy so call and order ahead if your on a lunch break.

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My bf and I went to Scottsdale recently for my birthday and Rito's was the first stop we made after checking into our hotel. I had read the reviews on Citysearch before I left and couldn't pass up good Mexican food, even being from LA. My bf absolutely loved the place, especially the burros with chile verde and the chimichangas with red sauce. The tacos were great too. We sat outside and it took a while to get the food, but it was worth. I think it was the best meal we had while in that area. The only thing is that it's a little hard to find. I had a car with Navigation, so it was a piece of cake, but it's tucked away in a neighborhood, so unless you're intentionally looking for it, you won't accidentally drive by it anytime.

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My bf and I went to Scottsdale recently for my birthday and Rito's was the first stop we made after checking into our hotel. I had read the reviews on Citysearch before I left and couldn't pass up good Mexican food, even being from LA. My bf absolutely loved the place, especially the burros with chile verde and the chimichangas with red sauce. The tacos were great too. We sat outside and it took a while to get the food, but it was worth. I think it was the best meal we had while in that area. The only thing is that it's a little hard to find. I had a car with Navigation, so it was a piece of cake, but it's tucked away in a neighborhood, so unless you're intentionally looking for it, you won't accidentally drive by it anytime.

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WHEN THE MOMMA WAS RUNNING THE RESTRAURENT IT WAS CUSTOMER WAS ALWAYS RIGHT. YOU COULD HAVE GREEN BURROS WITH GREEN SAUCE ENCHILDA STYLE. NOW THE DAUGHTERS HAVE TAKEN OVER AND ITS ONLY GREEN BURROS WITH GREEN SAUCE ENCHILDA STYLE ON WEDNESDAYS AND 1ST COME 1ST SERVE AND IF YOU GET THERE AT 12:30 ITS ALL GONE. THE RED SAUCE IS VERY GOOD BUT THE GREEN SAUCE IS LIKE YOU DIED AND WENT TO HEAVEN... THE BEST IN MY ENTIRE LIFE AND IM 65

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WHEN THE MOMMA WAS RUNNING THE RESTRAURENT IT WAS CUSTOMER WAS ALWAYS RIGHT. YOU COULD HAVE GREEN BURROS WITH GREEN SAUCE ENCHILDA STYLE. NOW THE DAUGHTERS HAVE TAKEN OVER AND ITS ONLY GREEN BURROS WITH GREEN SAUCE ENCHILDA STYLE ON WEDNESDAYS AND 1ST COME 1ST SERVE AND IF YOU GET THERE AT 12:30 ITS ALL GONE. THE RED SAUCE IS VERY GOOD BUT THE GREEN SAUCE IS LIKE YOU DIED AND WENT TO HEAVEN... THE BEST IN MY ENTIRE LIFE AND IM 65

Pros: BEST BURROS, BEST GREEN SAUCE , GREAT RED SAUCE

Cons: , SO WHAT ATTITUDE, THEY DO NOT CARE

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It took me a long time to make my way to Rito's but I was glad I did. When I go visit Mexico, I take back roads looking for local eateries with great food, and Rito's has this flavor. Everything on the menu is ultra-cheap and authentic.

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★★★★★

It took me a long time to make my way to Rito's but I was glad I did. When I go visit Mexico, I take back roads looking for local eateries with great food, and Rito's has this flavor. Everything on the menu is ultra-cheap and authentic.

Pros: Inexpensive

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Unbelievably good food! Ritos is a non-descript little place, on a side street, in a not-so-great neighborhood (maybe thats why theyre only open until 4 p.m.) in central Phoenix. They have a limited menu, but what they serve they do very well. The refritos are possibly the smoothest Ive ever had and their green chile burritos are beyond description. Parking is on street only, seating is outdoor only (one tree provides shade for about half the tables), and they take cash only. These restrictions dont seem to hinder the crowd that gathers at lunch time. You may find yourself standing in line between a Mexican day laborer and a business person from downtownRitos appeal seems to be universal.

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★★★★★

Unbelievably good food! Ritos is a non-descript little place, on a side street, in a not-so-great neighborhood (maybe thats why theyre only open until 4 p.m.) in central Phoenix. They have a limited menu, but what they serve they do very well. The refritos are possibly the smoothest Ive ever had and their green chile burritos are beyond description. Parking is on street only, seating is outdoor only (one tree provides shade for about half the tables), and they take cash only. These restrictions dont seem to hinder the crowd that gathers at lunch time. You may find yourself standing in line between a Mexican day laborer and a business person from downtownRitos appeal seems to be universal.

Pros: Fantastic Food, Fantastic Food, Fantastic Food

Cons: , Hot in the summer, Can be crowded

 

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