Local family-owned chain Someburros is expanding to Phoenix, Goodyear and Peoria

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The borracho burro at Phoenix restaurant chain Someburros features flour tortilla filled with green chile beef, covered with green sauce and melted cheese.
The borracho burro at Phoenix restaurant chain Someburros features flour tortilla filled with green chile beef, covered with green sauce and melted cheese.

Local burrito shop Someburros is set to make its West Valley debut this year in Goodyear and Peoria, followed by a third location in north Phoenix.

Since 1986 the casual Mexican restaurant chain has served Sonoran-style burros rolled with beans, carne asada or other ingredients. Diners also have the option of ordering their burros enchilada, chimichanga or fundido style. Specials include the crudo burro, which features machaca and a spicy tomatillo sauce.

The Vasquez family operates multiple Someburros shops, mostly in the East Valley, though their first foray in the restaurant industry started earlier in 1972 when matriarch Isabel Vasquez opened Poncho’s in south Phoenix.

Where is Someburros opening?

Someburros is scheduled to open three new locations in 2022:

  • Goodyear (Spring 2022): 50 N. Estrella Parkway in Goodyear on the southwest corner of Van Buren Street and Estrella Parkway.

  • Peoria (Fall 2022): Northeast corner of Thunderbird Road and 83rd Avenue.

  • North Phoenix (Winter 2022): Southwest corner of Jomax Road and Norterra Parkway, just north of the Shops at Norterra.

Details: For current locations, visit someburros.com.

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This article originally appeared on Arizona Republic: Someburros opening new restaurants in Phoenix, Goodyear and Peoria

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