Boloco’s burritos are subject to much debate on campus at BC. Many swear by them while others prefer Chipotle, located a few stores down in Cleveland Circle. While I happen to prefer Boloco since it offers more ingredients to choose from, I am deeply disturbed by Boloco’s advertising. Boloco’s burritos are simply not inspiring.
Boloco offers a ton of ingredients to put in your burrito. You can pick conventional choices such as beans, rice, and guacamole or you can spice things up with broccoli, scallions, celery, or crispy rice noodles. But where is the inspiration.
Clearly there is something hidden in Boloco’s menu that provides such inspiration since Chipotle does not advertise its burritos as inspiring. I have sampled the ingredients in search of the inspiration and have come up empty.
Further more, I was laughed at when I asked for extra inspiration. I guess I should have known better than to ask for something that’s advertised in the name of the store.
When I needed to write a paper, I turned to Boloco to supply me with the inspiration needed to come up with an A paper. Unfortunately, their original size burrito did not do the trick as I received a B on the paper. When I complained to the Boloco manager, he looked at me as if I was a fool. Pardon me for being a little miffed that I did not get what I paid for.
Boloco needs to remove “inspiring” from its name. There is no freedom without the truth. The truth is that Boloco’s burritos are not inspiring. The burritos may be good but those looking for inspiration should try another restaurant. You won’t find any inspiration at Boloco.