It's National Burrito Day! One website claims to have found the best burrito in all of Indiana.

April 4th is National Burrito Day. If you weren't aware, now you are. But who doesn't love a good burrito? There are so many ways you can prepare them. You can stuff them with chicken, steak, ground beef, cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, sour cream, rice, beans, pico, guacamole, heck even breakfast get the idea. However, when it comes to restaurants in Indiana that serve up delicious burritos, there is one that apparently stands out above the rest.

Now, of course, everyone has their favorite Mexican restaurant to dine at and enjoy burritos in Indiana. Mine happens to be El Maguey in Boonville. That being said, one food website claims that they have found the best burrito in the entire state.

Tow halves of a burrito with rice, beans, and steak on a white plate
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This Restaurant Serves the Best Burrito in Indiana

The food website, Love Food, recently found the best burrito in every state. While there are no shortages of restaurants that serve up burritos, Love Food says that the best burrito in Indiana can be found at Ricky's Taqueria in Elkhart. The burrito that they say is the best is Ricky's Famous Burrito.

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Here's what Love Food says:

For the freshest burrito around, casual Mexican joint Ricky’s Taqueria is the place. It’s said to serve consistently great food and have equally charming service. Ricky's Famous Burrito contains rice, beans, lettuce, tomato, onion, avocado, Chihuahua cheese (semi-soft Mexican cheese), and your choice of meat. The pollo (chicken), asada, and barbacoa (barbecued beef) are all said to be top-notch.
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You can learn more bout Ricky's Taqueria and what all they offer by clicking here.

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