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Chipotle To Open Northern Boulevard Location Dec. 10


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Nov. 24, 2015 By Michael Florio

Chipotle will open its new Jackson Heights location in the coming weeks.

Chipotle Mexican Grill, the popular burrito chain, will open on Northern Boulevard and 87th Street on Dec. 10, according to a company spokesperson.

The restaurant, which is known for its burritos, tacos and burrito bowls, is looking forward to opening in the neighborhood, the spokesperson said.

“We’re excited to open in Jackson Heights and we chose this location because we have done well in surrounding areas,” she said. “We think Chipotle’s commitment to better food from ingredients raised and grown with respect for animals, farmers and the environment will be well received in Jackson Heights as well.”

The eatery will be the third Chipotle in Queens, along with locations in the Queens Center Mall and on Austin Street.

The company is currently hiring employees and anyone interested should visit here.

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