That's a Wrap! for Under $10

Nicki Escudero
Senorita No-Meata
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Cute little central Phoenix spot That's a Wrap! has a variety of tasty wraps, bowls and salads. The best part is, you can almost always get lunch for under $10 here, since entrees range from $7-$7.75, and everything is pretty healthy.

Our lunch of a Senorita No-Meata wrap ($7.25), made with peppers, onions, black beans, corn, rice and cheddar cheese, came with pasta salad, and we added iced green tea ($1.50) and a chocolate chip cookie ($0.75)--all for a total of $9.50 before tax. It was filling but not too filling, and it didn't break the bank.

See more shots after the jump.

Nicki Escudero
Iced Green Tea

Nicki Escudero
Chocolate chip cookie

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