Last fall, a new contender assimilated a lunchtime ravel in a Loop, charity burritos and tacos desirous by those found in San Francisco taquerias. The cuisine seems to have struck a chord with downtown diners, since on Monday, May 7, Dos Toros will launch a second Chicago grill during 300 South Wacker Drive—just stairs divided from a Willis Tower.
To applaud a opening of a latest Dos Toros location, a grill will offer $1 entrees (including burritos, platos, salads, quesadillas or two tacos) between 11:30am to 2:15pm and 5 to 7:45pm on Monday, May 7. Anyone who’s perplexing to eat some-more veggies will wish to check out a location’s new “market vegetables” option, that facilities a reduction of butternut squash, Tuscan kale, cremini mushrooms, and shishito peppers sautéed in coconut oil.
In further to removing a inexpensive lunch, diners also have a possibility to do some good: For each plate purchased and each guest that posts a print of their opening day dish on amicable media with a hashtag #DosTorosChi, Dos Toros will present a dish to Greater Chicago Food Depository.
According to a press release, a latest Dos Toros plcae will be cashless, so leave those frail $1 during home (and move a credit or withdraw card) if we devise on braving a lines on opening day.
Check out some photos of a Loop’s latest fast-casual burrito grill below.