|1046 University Ave, Rochester, NY 14607|
Raging Burrito started as the first Rochester-area manifestation of the California taqueria-style fad that has swept much of the country. The burritos were as thick as a burly man's forearm and generally consist mostly of rice, beans, and then other fillings that the diner selects. In addition to burritos, they had an array of appetizers, burgers, pizza, sandwiches, salads, and even a garbage plate.
The business is now Hot Shots.
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2005-10-08 16:16:14 Mmmmm. I can only hope... —TobinFricke
2005-10-09 09:24:23 I've been craving Chipotle, would this suffice? —JayUnnikrishnan
2005-10-09 14:04:45 Not as many options as Chipotle, and I don't think they make it assembly-line style in front of you. Could definitely use some heat in the seasonings. But given the alternatives around here... —JonRobins
2005-10-09 16:59:57 This place has already changed it's name. And it's extremely expensive. Don't bother. —RyDahl
2010-07-15 19:34:57 Cross posted from the Hot Shots page: Just had a meal from here tonight: good burritos. The Chipotle burrito was the best, the Jamaican Jerk one was a little weird with the excessive clove flavor, but spiced up with some Frank's Chile Lime, tasted ok. The Mexican Plate was ok. Prices are good, in the $7-8 range, so we all were happy. And it's close to home! Cheaper than Chipotle, but not quite as flavorful. —KatieSchmitz
2013-06-10 15:57:16 There's a restaurant called "Raging Burrito and Tacos" in suburban Atlanta. Anyone know if they have a connection to the Rochester restaurant? I notice they have the same logo, slogan, a similar menu and of course, name. The one in Atlanta says they've been open since 1996. —sub619
2013-06-10 16:58:25 sub619 - In short, yes there is a franchise relationship. See: http://www.rochestercitynewspaper.com/rochester/raging-burrito/Content?oid=2126805 —jgerek