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Start Your Day Right With These 10 Breakfast Burritos

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The breakfast burrito is rumored to have been invented in Santa Fe, New Mexico in 1975. The concept really took off, and in the late 1980s, McDonald's created their own version and other fast restaurants joined in soon after. Many non-fast-food restaurants also serve their own version of this now-popular breakfast option. Here are some different breakfast burritos to try around Boston.


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Diesel Cafe

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Olde Magoun's Saloon

[Photo: Facebook]

Diesel Cafe

[Photo: Facebook]

Angela's Café

[Photo: Facebook]

Anna's Taqueria

[Photo: Facebook]

Scollay Square

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Deep Ellum

[Photo: Cal Bingham]

Thinking Cup

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Trident Booksellers & Cafe

[Photo: Yelp]

Masa

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Temptations Cafe

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