My friend and I decided to split the 3 burritos so we could try each of them (mini size below).
1. The Summer with White Chicken (left) mango salsa, melted cheese, black beans, boloco rice. This one was pretty good, but I am not a fan of beans so it was not my favorite. My friend really liked it though.
2. Buffalo Burrito with White Chicken (middle) spicy buffalo sauce, blue cheese dressing, boloco rice. This was my favorite of the bunch. I am not a fan of blue cheese at all, but everything in this burrito tasted awesome.
3. Teriyaki Burrito with Tofu/vegan (right) sweet teriyaki sauce, caramelized onions, broccoli, carrots, brown rice. I am not a fan of tofu, but that being said, this was probably the one tofu dish I have semi-liked but I am not going to making the switch over anytime soon. With chicken/steak this burrito would have been awesome.
Overall I was really impressed with the quality of the food. If the food can taste this good sitting out for an hour, I can't wait to try it fresh. I like that they can cater to the vegans/vegetarians as well as the carnivores of the world. They are also 2 Star Certified by the Green Restaurant Association which is pretty cool.
Boloco also offer smoothies/milkshakes, way to play to my gluttonous side (my eye is on the nutella shake), but luckily they offer original, small and mini sizes too. They also have some sort of frequent buyer card which is awesome!
1028 19th St NW
The reason why Boloco was open on a Sunday and why we were there to eat all this yummy food was the completion of Ride on Washington through People for Bikes. Last Wednesday (4/24) they started in Boston and ended in DC on Saturday, completing the journey in 5 days! This ride was done to raise money for the organization and Boloco was one of their sponsors.
A little more about People for Bikes if you were curious (taken from their website), very cool cause: