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Me encanta Qdoba

QDOBA Mexican Eats, known far and wide for its three-cheese queso and hand-smashed guacamole, has come to Bushwick.

Along with a great menu, comfortable seating, and an outdoor patio, the eatery also provided job opportunities and hired more than 50 employees.

Guests enjoy a handcrafted meal built right in front of them.

“We are so excited to bring the fantastic flavors of QDOBA to our neighbors here in Bushwick. In keeping with the company’s culture, we are looking forward to becoming actively involved in the local community,” said Felipe Quiroz, a general manager.

“Since we are conveniently located minutes away from the Knickerbocker Avenue subway station on the M line, we hope to meet many new faces and earn their loyalty,” added Maynor Martinez, another general manager.

Fresh ingredients, fire-grilled meats, slow-roasted pulled pork, and hand-diced pico de gallo are just a few of the tantalizing aromas and tastes that greet you. Add a colorful variety of salsas to satisfy any craving — from spicy Habanero salsa to hand-mashed guac — and you have one-heck of a fiesta. Don’t forget the loaded tortilla soup.

Anytime is QDOBA time, it’s open Sunday to Thursday, 11 am to 10 pm, and on Friday and Saturday, from 11 am to 11 pm — ay caramba!

QDOBA Bushwick [1422 Myrtle Ave. in Bushwick, (347) 627–3905. For catering: (888) QDOBA–2GO); www.qdoba.com].

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Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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