The inspiration for Blue Coast Burrito came from Playa Costa Azul or “Blue Coast Beach,” a stretch of white sand near the southern tip of Baja Mexico, where the Pacific meets the Gulf of California.
People come from all over the world to bask on the sun-drenched beaches, eat the fish tacos, listen to the rhythms of Mexico and surf some of the best waves in the world.
Blue Coast Burrito was founded with a vision to bring a portion of this atmosphere, and all of its wonderful unique cuisine back to Middle Tennessee. It has made its mark on Mt. Juliet.
“The community has been great,” said President/CEO Bob Speck. “We have been well received. We couldn’t be more pleased to be here.”
The focus at Blue Coast Burrito starts with the food, which is made fresh from scratch everyday.
“We do a lot of things extra that other people aren’t willing to do,” said Speck.
The menu is centered on four main selections – burritos, tacos, salads and cabo bowls – all freshly made to the guest’s specifications. Selections from there include a large variety of tortillas and proteins, veggies, salsas and other toppings. Additional access to the signature salsas is available on the self service bar.
Another Blue Coast favorite is the Fish taco, made with cod on corn tortillas with cilantro, onions, white sauce, cabbage and mild salsa. Still more variety exists with the quesadillas, nachos and the famous Las Paletas gourmet Mexican popsicles.
Blue Coast Burrito’s hours are 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., seven days a week. They are located at 640 S. Mt. Juliet Road, Suite 230 in Graves Crossing and can be reached at (615)288-3613.
Check them out on the web at www.bluecoastburrito.com.