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Chipotle Opens (in Brentwood)

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Fri, Aug 12, 2011 at 8:30 AM
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There are many things Brentwood needs.

Apparently, Chipotle is one of them. Even after Soul Daddy's stunning but unsurprising failure, Chipotle co-CEO Steve Ells has enough cash to open this new location, which will open at the corner of Barrington Avenue on San Vicente Boulevard on August 17th.

Like all the Chipotle locations, it will serve a burrito-centric menu overseen by former A16, SPQR and Pulino's chef Nate Appleman.

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