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Tolson 1 Boyce Tolson Ms. Catherine Averill English 111 10 September 2010 The Mexican Grill – Chipotle As I walked up to the front doors around four in the afternoon the first thing I saw was other people enjoying their burritos and tacos. I wondered how people on the sidewalk just strolled by without glancing inside to see the delicious food that they could be enjoying. It is marketing genius to have seats that close to the windows. I open the doors and the first thing that got me was the smell of the food awaiting me. I could smell the steak, chicken, cheese, barbacoa, carnitas, and the black and pinto beans. I felt like everyone was thinking that it had to taste amazing if it looks that good and smells that much better. It has the philosophy “food with integrity,” it’s Chipotle. The restaurant was so packed full of people that I hardly had to walk forward to join the line to order. As I was waiting in the extremely long line to order, I looked around the room to see what the people were doing. I awkwardly made eye contact with a girl as she was bringing her burrito to her mouth but she ignored it and continued to enjoy her delicious looking meal. The people ahead of me were talking about what type of meat they were going to get on their
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This note was uploaded on 01/09/2012 for the course ECO 201 taught by Professor Dunlevy during the Fall '08 term at Miami University.

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