Burritobox Is Los Angeles’ First Burrito Vending Machine

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Photo by John Moore/Getty Images

Photo by John Moore/Getty Images

By Adam Bookbinder

In a city with a burrito stand on practically every corner, there’s a new way to get your burrito fix in Los Angeles.

Meet Burritobox, a customized burrito vending machine, or as they call it on their website “The World’s First Burrito Kiosk.”

These burritos aren’t like the ones you’ll find in any ‘ol vending machine with ingredients you can’t pronounce, but which are probably delicious depending how much you’ve had to drink.  These have no hormones or antibiotics and they even promote their breakfast burrito features cage-free eggs!

According to the Los Angeles Times, there are six different varieties to choose from including roasted potato with egg and cheese, uncured bacon with egg and cheese, chorizo sausage with egg and cheese, free-range chicken with beans and rice, and shredded beef and cheese.  And the only sides you can order are sour cream, hot sauce and guacamole.

So where can you find this bright orange colored box full of $3 burritos?  Inside the Mobil gas station located at 8380 Santa Monica Blvd. in West Hollywood.  Not in the area?  Well a second will be coming to the 76 gas station at 10389 Santa Monica Blvd. in Century City January 18th.

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