It's Monster Madness at FREEBIRDS World Burrito

Feed Your Inner Monster with The Monster™ Burrito, The Super Monster and New "Little Monster" Burritos for Kids

Oct 14, 2011, 16:22 ET from FREEBIRDS World Burrito

SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- FREEBIRDS World Burrito, the fast casual burrito joint with the rock 'n' roll attitude, announced today it will celebrate its Monster menu with The Monster Burrito, Super Monster Burrito and new "Little Monster" burrito for kids. During Halloween weekend, October 29, 30, 31, 2011, Little Monsters twelve and younger in costume eat free!

The Monster Burrito at FREEBIRDS is named for its size, stature and flavor. Larger than a FREEBIRD burrito (the original), The Monster starts with a 14" tortilla - white, wheat, cayenne, or spinach – and is custom built to the guest's personal selection from more than 40 freshly prepared ingredients including grass fed beef, hormone free chicken, all natural slow roasted carnitas and crispy white fish (California only) then topped with hand cut veggies, hot peppers, house made salsas, queso and guacamole. A Super Monster burrito is a double Monster – made with two 14" tortillas. "Monster menu items easily feed two people. Or one hungry dude," said Peter Gaudreau, vice president of operations for FREEBIRDS. "The Super Monster is basically a family meal in a tortilla," he said.


FREEBIRDS is about awesome burritos and freedom of choice.  Guests choose from four sizes of burritos – the HYBIRD, the FREEBIRD, the MONSTER or SUPER MONSTER – or nachos, quesadilla or the Freedom Salad, and then custom build it from more than 40 freshly prepared ingredients. The restaurants have a free-spirited ambience with a rockin' soundtrack, reminiscent of a late-'60s rock 'n' roll roadhouse. It's Not Normal!®

FREEBIRDS offers online ordering and full service catering to feed 10 – 10,000. For more information or to place an order, visit, call (888) 392-2287 or email

Concept owner Tavistock Restaurants, LLC operates 55 FREEBIRDS restaurants in Texas and California.