Someburros in Scottsdale to Give Away Free Burritos This Sunday

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Did someone say "free?"

Yeah, we did. Because this Sunday, November 8, Someburros in Scottsdale will celebrate its five-year anniversary by giving every guest a free burrito. All you have to do to get your free lunch or dinner is show up between 9 a.m. and 8 p.m. That's it. 

Every guest will get the choice of one green chili burro or one bean and cheese burro — you're limited to one burro per customer and the deal only applies to dine-in only. 

The Scottsdale location of Someburros is located at the Promenade Shopping Center (7501 East Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard) and opened in 2010. Someburros, a family-owned company, opened it first restaurant in Tempe in 1986 and now has restaurants in Tempe, Scottsdale, Chandler, San Tan, and Flagstaff.

For more information, check the Someburros website

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