Quite simply, Super Burrito in Reno, NV makes the best burritos in the entire world. OK, so I can’t say that definitively, but they are so good that I generally bring back six or so whenever I go out to visit my parents. It’s even gotten to the point where my friends look forward to my trips out because they know I’ll be bringing one back for them… It is, after all, extremely difficult to get descent Mexican food living in New England.
The burritos weigh in at just over one-pound, and the experience of actually going there and getting a freshly made one is wonderful. The windows are all fogged up if it’s cold outside, and there is a entire bar filled with different types of salsa. The building is inconspicuous, but it is nearly always packed with locals.
I remember always loving their first television advertisement. The little jungle has been lodged firmly in my brain many many years now. If you end up in Reno and like burritos, I highly recommend Super Burrito!
Efforts to classify the Monarch as a protected species and to restore its habitat are under way, and interestingly, Mexican authorities have predicted a drastic improvement its population for the 2005-2006 season. I can’t speak for the butterfly’s population as a whole, but I, personally have seen many more Monarchs this year than I have for a very long time.