It's National Burrito Day! Deals and Places To GO....

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National Burrito Day is April 5, and it comes with loads of options for places to build your own burrito. From guacamole to tortillas you can add, subtract and make your burrito — or taco — perfect for you at these fast-casual restaurants around Phoenix. 

Looking for a deal? Del Taco Restaurants will spice up the day with a mix-and-match promotion. Get a freesmall order of crinkle-cut fries with the purchase of "two for $5" Classic Burritos, such as the Del Beef Burrito and the 8-Layer Veggie Burrito.

So, are you Team Burrito or Team Taco?

Mucho Macho Taco

This tasty casa de taco serves up creative burrito concoctions that can be customized to your craving. Consider options such as braised beef with queso fresco and pico ($6.75); crispy fish or shrimp with cabbage slaw, pico, chipotle crema and cheese ($7.50); or grilled vegetable and hummus ($5.50). The signature Macho comes with carne asada, cilantro, tots, mayo, grilled chiles and onion ($7.50). Make it your own by adding rice, beans, tots or crema (50 cents), and cheese or avocado (75 cents).

Details: 5341 N. Seventh Ave., Phoenix. 602-277-8226, muchomachotaco.com.

Uberrito

<p>Uberrito | Call the shots and craft your own salad, burrito or bowl with items such as grilled shrimp ($8.39), fajita steak ($7.59), grilled chicken ($6.99) or vegan picadillo ($6.59), a blend of tofu, potatoes, onions, bell peppers and mushrooms. Spruce it up with toppings that include different kinds of rice, vegan beans, veggies, cheeses and dressings. Can you take the heat? Finish it off with raging habanero, smoky chile de arbol or serrano ranch. | Details: 4325 E. Indian School Road, Phoenix. 602-667-6000. Also, 4912 E. Shea Blvd., Scottsdale. 480-948-8237, uberrito.com.</p> (Photo: Chuck Cook Photography)

This Texas-based Tex-Mex spot makes endless burrito combos possible with such ingredients as three kinds of beans, two styles of rice, jicama slaw, sauteed spinach, roasted corn and pickled jalapeños. Choose the tortilla (flour, wheat, spinach or Cheddar jalapeño). Then pick a base, such as beer-battered cod ($8.99), fajita steak ($8.59), grilled chicken ($7.99) or vegan picadillo ($7.49), a seasoned blend of tofu, potatoes, onions, bell peppers and mushrooms. Salsas include the zesty tomatillo, smoky chile de arbol, serrano ranch and, for the brave, raging habanero.

Details: 4325 E. Indian School Road, Suite 150, Phoenix. 602-667-6000, uberrito.com.

PHX Burrito House

The array of burritos is extensive, including your wake-up call of eggs, potatoes and a choice of bacon, ham, sausage or chorizo. (Photo: PHX Burrito House/Facebook)

A breakfast burrito your way ($5.50) gives sleepy heads a good reason to wake up. Packed with eggs, potatoes and beans, you can add bacon, chorizo, ham or sausage ($1) or cheese, jalapeños or grilled onions (50 cents each). For later-day meals, fill a flour tortilla with grilled chicken, pork in green chile sauce, pork carnitas, carne asada, beef in red chile sauce or shredded beef. Burritos come with choice of Mexican rice, black beans, pinto beans or refried beans, meat, cheese and sour cream. Add guacamole for 50 cents.

Details: 4140 N. Seventh Ave., Phoenix. 602-265-1274, phxburritohouse.com.

Chipotle Mexican Grill

Build a monster burrito at Chipotle Mexican Grill. (Photo: The Republic)

Fill a giant tortilla with chicken ($6.85), barbacoa ($7.85), steak ($7.85), carnitas ($7.30) or meat-free options such as sofritas or veggies ($6.85 each). Add rice, beans, sour cream, veggies and top it all off with your choice of salsa, such as medium roasted chile-corn or hot tomatillo red-chile. Add guacamole ($2.05) or queso ($1.25) to your burrito.

Details: 1038 S. Mill Ave., Tempe. 480-273-8800. Other locations at chipotle.com.

Cafe Rio Mexican Grill

Burrito and taco salad from Cafe Rio. (Photo: Courtesy of Cafe Rio)

Customize one of nine burritos ($9.49-$10.99), including protein options like shredded chicken, shredded pork, and grilled steak. Choose from a variety of salsas, make it enchilada-style if desired, and add free trimmings like pico de gallo and fresh salsa. Tacos get similar treatment with chicken, steak, pork, beef and vegetable fillers as starting points. 

Details: 16955 N. 75th Ave., Peoria. 623-207-7865. Also, 15768 N. Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd, Scottsdale. 480-776-1990. Other locations at caferio.com.

Qdoba Mexican Grill

Build your own taco or burrito at Qdoba Mexican Grill. (Photo: Jeff Padrick/Qdoba Mexican Eats)

Fill your wheat or flour tortilla with grilled adobo chicken ($7.90), vegetarian ($7.30), pulled pork ($8.40), beef brisket ($8.40), steak ($8.40) or ground beef ($7.90). Add cilantro or brown rice, black or pinto beans, salsas and other toppings ranging from bacon to sour cream. Finish it off with a smoky chipotle cream or a three-cheese queso sauce.

Details: 4923 E. Chandler Blvd, Phoenix. 480-961-3400. Other locations at qdoba.com.

Gadzooks Enchiladas & Soup

Fill up two street tacos beginning with fillings like roasted tomatillo chicken, guajillo-braised short ribs, the lunch time-only braised bison, or even sauteed spinach and mushroom. (Photo: John Samora/The Republic)

Love other Mexican faves like tacos and enchiladas? You can build your own at this locally owned shop, now with two Phoenix locations. Start with two street tacos filled with proteins like roasted tomatillo chicken ($8.25), guajillo-braised short ribs ($8.25) or braised bison ($8.95). Vegetarians will enjoy options like sauteed spinach and mushroom, smashed jack potato or sweet and spicy cornbread ($8.25). Add a fried egg ($1.25) or guacamole ($1.65). Salsa, crema, slaw and Mexican cheeses are among the free cold toppings. The same options apply to the enchiladas.

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