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Chipotle to Open Second Restaurant in Astoria in Fall 2020

Chipotle Mexican Grill (Photo: Facebook)

Sept. 3, 2020 Staff Report

Chipotle Mexican Grill will be opening its second restaurant in Astoria in the late fall, the company has confirmed.

The fast-casual restaurant chain, which specializes in burritos and tacos, will open at 22-06 31st St. The establishment will be taking space in a new building that already has T.J. Maxx as a tenant.

The chain opened a restaurant at 31-73 Steinway St. in Astoria earlier this year.

Chipotle operates several locations in Queens, including at 26-16 Jackson Ave. in Long Island City; 87-10 Northern Blvd. in Jackson Heights; and 70-30 Austin St. in Forest Hills.

There are more than 2,500 Chipotle restaurants in the United States.

22-06 31st St. (Photo: Queens Post file photo)

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I would love to see one, or something similar, in this Hood, like Dos Toritos, I think it’s called, but I love Chipotle. When the pandemic started, I tried to order delivery from Jackson Ave., the closest one, but they refused, as it was outside their area. We need one closer to or in Sunnysde!


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