Courtesy photo from Farlo's Burrito Bar
I am of the opinion you can never have enough fast gourmet burrito options. It looks like Farlo's Burrito Bar has the potential to become more than just an option.
Farlo's makes the same mission style, human-baby-sized burritos that have become so very popular in the past decade. Always on top of the latest food news, Myrtle Beach Restaurant News already has a full and detailed review. Read it here.
Farlo's is open late (midnight during the week and 2 a.m. on the weekends) but closed on Sundays. The prices are standard for the type of food. The typical burrito, chips, and drink meal is going to ring up at right around $10 once you factor in the high prepared food tax in the City of Myrtle Beach. Like any good modern business, Farlo's has a website and Facebook page.
While Myrtle Beach lost its Qdoba a few years ago, we still have Salsarita's and Moe's. I'm also told there is a Abuelo's Express at the Coastal Grand Mall. While the almighty Chipotle inches closer to our area with a new one in Mount Pleasant this summer, it seems like getting one of our very own is likely as getting a Trader Joe's.