It’s a new year and time for new decisions. Nevermind Chipotle is around!
Well, we made it. It was a long and winding road, but somehow, that terrifying, stupid asinine year known as 2020 is officially in the past.
Happy New Year one and all! Let’s leave everything in the past and begin fresh to start 2021 off on the right note.
No matter what you did the night before, it doesn’t matter. That belongs in 2020 and you have a shot revive yourself. A new year means time for New Year resolutions. The sun is shining, the world is ready for you to take control and you can decide what direction you please for the new year.
One goal everyone has is to get in better shape. While gyms might not be open all across the country, you still can eat better. Starting the year off with a daily cleanse could lead you to a healthier lifestyle for the new…
What’s that? Chipotle is still around? Yep. New resolution over, time to get me a triple-cheese and bean burrito.
Wait, is it open on New Year’s Day? Yes friends, it most certainly is.
Is Chipotle open on New Year’s Day?
Many Chipotle locations will be open on Friday. What you’ll need to check the Chipotle website to make sure that’s true for the closet location to your house/apartment.
And for those of you wondering why I say check the location online, let’s discuss, shall we?
It’s important to check due to each store hours. Like it or not, people understand that it’s the holiday’s meaning that hours will vary by location. You’ll definitely need to check to see what time your store is available to allow you to grab a meaty monster to shove into your belly.
And hey, who says you can’t keep your goals while eating Chipotle? Cut back on the red meat, lessen the rice and go for salad bowls instead of burrito.
That way, you enjoy a classic meal that will not only help you eat right, but also meet your daily Chipotle needs. Rest assured America, your favorite fast food burrito place is open to kick off 2021 on the right note.
Now, wake up, get in your car and enjoy a wonderful day filled of watching the College Football Playoff and stuffing your face with extra guac.