Moe's Has Good News For Fans Of Its Massive Homewrecker Burrito

Fans of Tex-Mex can't get enough of mouthwatering dishes like burritos, tacos, nachos, fajitas, quesadillas, and more. A brand that has been consistently taking care of these cravings for many customers across the country is Moe's Southwest Grill. The company wants every diner to feel welcomed in its restaurants. As the brand says, "everybody is welcome at Moe's. Except, of course, fugitives."

There's enough variety at Moe's to satisfy your tastebuds, no matter what you're in the mood for. One of the most popular items from the brand that attracted plenty of attention when it was first announced in 2020 was the Grande Homewrecker Burrito. Per Brand Eating, this menu item was double the size of its regular Homewrecker Burrito and was a combination of guacamole, lettuce, cheese, beans, rice, sour cream, and pico de gallo. It also included an option to add steak, chicken, ground beef, tofu, or carnitas. The dish was sadly available only for a limited period. However, no need to fret! Moe's is back once again with its massive burrito, perfect for when you're famished and need a giant treat.

It's as huge as ever

As per Delish, Moe's Southwest Grill is offering the Grande Homewrecker Burrito to its customers all over again and it's as massive as the last time. What can you expect? A burrito that weighs two pounds and is a real test — can you eat the whole thing by yourself in one sitting? Hey, if you never try, you'll never know.

Also, it's still a limited-time menu item, which means that you shouldn't waste any time before scheduling a visit to the restaurant. Per Thrillist, the burrito will be available through October 31 and will be customizable. If you're in the mood for it, you can add your preferred toppings to ensure that you get yourself the perfect burrito. Plus, Moe's also has a sweet deal to mark National Queso Day on September 20. The lucky winner will get access to free queso for one whole year. You've got to be a Moe's Rewards member to stand a chance, though.