A Definitive Guide to Burritos in Walla Walla

The California Burrito

  • Price: Around $6.00
  • What: A massive soft and perfectly warm steak burrito jam packed with fries, guacamole, cheese, and sour cream. A variety of salsas are also available at your disposal.
  • Where: Taqueria Mi Pueblito (1633 E Isaacs Avenue)
  • When: Monday – Saturday: 7AM – 10PM, Sunday: 9AM – 10PM
  • Why: The California Burrito is highly regarded among Whitman students. The fries and steak mix so well together and the cheese and guacamole add the perfect amount of extra flavor. You can also apply a student discount to your order and utilize the drive through for a quick pick up, making the California Burrito a local favorite.

The Walla Walla Burrito

  • Price: Around $6.00
  • What: A crunchy sweet onion filled burrito with Walla Walla’s own sweet onions and avocados. A fantastic taste for a fantastic price.
  • Where: Taqueria Mi Pueblito (1633 E Isaacs Avenue)
  • When: Monday – Saturday: 7AM – 10PM, Sunday: 9AM – 10PM
  • Why: Much like the California Burrito, the Walla Walla Burrito offers a delish bite for a cheap price. Walla Walla sweet onions have never tasted so good when they’re deliciously baked in a warm soft tortilla.

The Burrito Supreme

  • Price: $2.99
  • What: A satisfying burrito containing seasoned beef, beans, tangy red sauce, lettuce, cheddar cheese, onions, tomatoes and sour cream.
  • Where: Taco Bell (16 N 19th Avenue)
  • When: Sunday – Thursday: 7AM – 2AM, Friday – Saturday: 7AM – 3AM
  • Why: The Burrito Supreme’s appeal isn’t in its flavor but rather in its accessibility and price. It’s not a great burrito to get during the day but it is a great way to satisfy those late night Mexican food cravings when it’s midnight and everywhere else in Walla Walla is closed.

Grandma’s Choose Your Filling Burrito

  • Price: $9.00
  • What: A massive flour tortilla stuffed with beans, rice, lettuce, cheese and your choice of filling. Fillings range from shredded steak, shredded pork, shredded chicken, minced meat, prickly pear cactus, elote, to grilled tilapia.
  • Where: Grandma’s Kitchen (36 S Colville Street)
  • When: Tue – Thur: 11AM – 9PM, Fri – Sat: 11AM-10PM, Sun: 11AM – 8PM
  • Why: A great stop for a nice big burrito dinner. These homemade burritos are massive and are packed with an amazing and intricate flavor. A great way to satisfy that authentic Mexican food craving.

Breakfast Burrito

  • Price: $10.00
  • What: A crisp freshly made tortilla stuffed with 3 scrambled eggs, diced potatoes, bell peppers, onions, sharp white cheddar & bacon topped with sour cream & fresh pico de gallo.
  • Where: Bacon and Eggs (57 E Main Street)
  • When: Thur – Tue: 8AM – 2PM, Wed: Closed
  • Why: A fantastic way to start off the day is with Bacon & Egg’s amazing breakfast burrito. This burrito is so delicious and has the right amount of potato to egg ratio. The bacon adds a meaty kick while the pico de gallo gives a nice cool crunch to the hot center.

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