Neighburrito is exactly what its namesake suggests- and a bit more. The owner is a San Franciscan, forward thinking, and green-minded. He sources quality ingredients, cooks without epic amounts of grease, and uses biodegradable/compostable items for their deliveries.
The burritos are quite yummy and true to their mission roots. The Fajita- Rita has stuffed heaven of portobello mushrooms with sautéed peppers and onions, black beans, jack cheese, and roasted corn salsa.
The Red Menace is an all-vegan house specialty, made with marinated crumbled tofu, rice, pinto beans, soy cheese, lettuce, pico de gallo, and tofu sour cream wrapped in a tortilla smothered in enchilada sauce.
They are easy and allow you to supplement any of the meats in the menu for portobello mushrooms, Vegan Soysage, or Lime-Cumin Marinated Crumbled Tofu. As with most burrito places, you can also build from scratch and choose from white or whole wheat tortillas. A few salads, quesadillas, and soft corn tacos finish off the menu.
On the drink side, they prepare Horchata, Hibiscus Iced Tea, and Tamarindo juice- which really compliment well.
212 – 260 2277
127 Rivington Street
(bet Essex & Norfolk)
New York, NY, 10002
Noon – Midnight Sunday-Wednesday
Noon – 2:00am Thursday-Saturday