BurritoVille: Good, Cheap and Biker Friendly

With two fixies parked out front in the bike rack, how could I not stop at Cape Girardeau’s BurritoVille?

This morning, I took a 14-mile spin around Cape, picked out a few choice hills along the Mississippi River (at near flood stage, by the way) and rode hard. By noon, I was very hungry mucho a lot.

Good Food, Cheap

BurritoVille T-Shirt LogoI had the $4 Buffalo Chicken Burrito. I’d be surprised if it weighed less than a pound. The chicken was spicy and plentiful. Sarah had the BBQ chicken Burrito, also packed full of yummy goodness. Malcolm had the chicken nachos with better than average cheese sauce drizzled on top.

The tortilla chips were crisp and fresh without even a hint of grease. The salsa was fresh and cool and the tomatos were still identifiable as such instead of just being piles of mush. Some would say it had too much cilantro. I say there is no such thing as too much cilantro, spit in their face and then run like hell.Malcolm, Lost in the True Bliss that is Sour Cream

The three of us ate a lot of good food and each had a beverage for just under $23.

Take Me to BurritoVille

913 Broadway Street
Cape Girardeau, MO 63701-5422

3 Replies to “BurritoVille: Good, Cheap and Biker Friendly”

  1. Allen,

    If I was going to try to put together a story on bike-friendly businesses in the Cape area, who would you list?

    I don’t know if I’ll have time to do it this trip, but I’ll be back in June.

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