Bizline: Breckenridge Burrito Company |

Bizline: Breckenridge Burrito Company

Summit Daily/Brad Odekirk

What type of business do you operate – what do you sell, or what service do you provide?We run a burrito shop that is concentrating on fresh flavors, big burritos and altogether good food. We serve fresh homemade chili, giant taco salads and quesadillas – in addition to our tasty burritos. We also carry a full selection of Mexican beers. If you like the hot stuff, try our fire-roasted salsa.Where are you from, and why did you decide to open your business in Summit County?

Scott owns Rasta Pasta in Breck and Fort Collins, and is originally from Pennsylvania. I am from Wyckoff, N.J., and have lived in the county for 8 years. When Scott offered me the opportunity to open the new shop, it sounded like a great chance to show what I can do.What experience do you have in this field? Scott owns two other restaurants including Rasta Pasta, which he has owned for more than 10 years now. I have been in the restaurant business for about 20 years, and worked every position in the house. I developed all the recipes for Scott. What sets your business apart from other similar businesses?

We are locally owned and operated. We make all our own salsas and chili, and the majority of our ingredients are fresh and handmade. Even with all that, we have the best prices in the county.What types of customers do you hope to reach in Summit County?We want to be the place that people can’t wait to come back to on their next vacation, as well as the locals’ favorite.

Why did you choose to open where you did?It was a logical decision – Scott already owned Rasta Pasta, and when the opportunity arose to take over the old Subway space, it was really a no-brainer. What are your plans for your company’s future?I would like to become one of the locals’ favorite restaurants, and possibly even win a readers’ poll award. Just having people tell me how good the food is really is gratifying enough.

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