Google Maps burrito trends to guac your world

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April 7 is National Burrito Day in the U.S. So get ready to roll over to your favorite burrito joint and treat yourself to the extra guac. Whether you like your burrito in a bowl or rolled, take a bite out of these Google Maps trends we’ve served up for you — from the most popular national and local burrito places to which state has the most burritos and much more.

For the love of the burrito

Nationally, we found that the most popular burrito chains in the U.S. are Chipotle, Qdoba and Moe’s. Lettuce take a look at which of these is the top-searched burrito chain in each state on Google Maps!

  • Chipotle is the most popular burrito chain, ranking first among the three most popular national chains in 30 states and Washington D.C.
  • Qdoba is the second most popular burrito chain, ranking first among the three most popular burrito chains in 13 states.
  • Moe’s is the third most popular burrito chain, ranking first among the three most popular burrito chains in 7 states.
A map showing the top national burrito chain in each state

A burrito state of mind

We guess it’s true what they say, everything’s bigger in Texas – including the number of burrito restaurants per capita! For every 10,000 residents, Texas has 4.5 burrito restaurants (or restaurants that serve burritos.) Want to know the other states that are truly burrito-ful? New Mexico comes in as a close second place for most burrito restaurants per capita, and California in third.

But having the most burrito restaurants doesn’t guarantee you the title of Google Maps’ most burrito-loving state. In fact, it’s Coloradans that turn to Google Maps to search for burritos the most, with Oregon, New Mexico, Illinois and California rounding out the top five states.

Each state has its own burrito flair. If you’ve been craving something a little more authentic, we’re serving up some of the top-rated Mexican and Burrito Restaurants that identify as Latino-owned on Google Maps:

And for those days you’re on the hunt for something more unique, like California’s fry-filled burritos in San

Diego or a slathering of green chiles in New Mexico, we’re spilling the beans on the most popular local burrito spot in each state.

Alabama: El Compa Taco Truck – Birmingham, AL

Alaska: El Dorado Mexican Restaurant – Anchorage, AK

Arizona: Cocina Madrigal Tacos + Tequila – Phoenix, AZ

Arkansas: Los Ruvalcaba Mexican Restaurant – Texarkana, AR

California: La Puerta – San Diego, CA

Colorado: La Loma Bonita – Denver, CO

Connecticut: Agave Grill – Hartford, CT

Delaware: Atexquita Restaurant Mexican Grill & Bar – Newark, DE

District of Columbia: El Sol Restaurante & Tequileria – Washington, DC

Florida: Dulce Vida Mexican Restaurant – Miami, FL

Georgia: No Mas! Cantina – Atlanta, GA

Hawaii: Oahu Mexican Grill (OMG) – Honolulu, HI

Idaho: Barrigas Mexican Restaurant – Boise, ID

Illinois: La Cantina – Chicago, IL

Indiana: Loco Mexican Restaurant and Cantina – Indianapolis, IN

Iowa: Cancun Grill and Cantina – Urbandale, IA

Kansas: El Fogon – Overland Park, KS

Kentucky: Mi Casita on 4th – Louisville, KY

Louisiana: Taqueria Guerrero Mexico Inc – New Orleans, LA

Maine: Guerrero Maya – Portland, ME

Maryland: Daily Special Authentic Mexican Grill – Baltimore, MD

Massachusetts: Maria’s Taqueria – Boston, MA

Michigan: Donkey Taqueria – Grand Rapids, MI

Minnesota: Andale Taqueria – Richfield, MN

Mississippi: Los Parrilleros – Forest, MS

Missouri: Mas Tequila Cantina – St. Louis, MO

Montana: Ramires Mexican Food – Bozeman, MT

Nebraska: El Chaparro – Lincoln, NE

Nevada: El Dorado Cantina – Las Vegas, NV

New Hampshire: El Rincon Zacatecano Taqueria – Manchester, NH

New Jersey: Taqueria Downtown – Jersey City, NJ

New Mexico: Chico’s Tortas y Piñas Lokas – Santa Rosa, NM

New York: Vida Verde – New York, NY

North Carolina: San Jose Tacos & Tequila – Raleigh, NC

North Dakota: Vinyl Taco – Sioux Falls, ND

Ohio: Maria’s Mexican Restaurant – Lancaster, OH

Oklahoma: Elote Cafe & Catering – Tulsa, OK

Oregon: Victorico’s Mexican Food – Hillsboro, OR

Pennsylvania: El Rey – Philadelphia, PA

Rhode Island: Caliente Mexican Grill – Kingston, RI

South Carolina: Taqueria Rocio – Ridgleand, SC

South Dakota: Que Pasa Cantina – Rapid City, SD

Tennessee: El Soñador Mexican Restaurant – Gatlinburg, TN

Texas: Granny’s Tacos – Austin, TX

Utah: Red Iguana – Salt Lake City, UT

Vermont: Gringo Jacks – Manchester Center, VT

Virginia:Tacos Los Primos – Arlington, VA

Washington: Fogón Cocina Mexicana – Seattle, WA

West Virginia: Mi Degollado Mexican Restaurant – Charles Town, WV

Wisconsin: Margarita’s of Green Bay – Green Bay, WI

Wyoming: Corona Village – Laramie, WY

However you choose to celebrate National Burrito Day, Google Maps makes it extra ch-easy to support local favorites and discover new places to explore. That’s a wrap! 🌯

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