The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

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September 19, 2013

Qdoba Mexican Grill coming to Beckley

Prepare your taste buds for signature sauces and fresh ingredients at Qdoba Mexican Grill, coming to Beckley in November.

Director of Operations Jason Mink said the restaurant is set to open Nov. 11 and will be located at Galleria Plaza, where Delightfully Yours was previously located.

“It’s a casual, artisanal experience,” Mink said. “Everything is made fresh and you can see us grilling the chicken and steak and preparing the guacamole and pico de gallo from scratch.”

Qdoba offers burritos, quesadillas, nachos, taco salads, tacos and more.

Mink said Qdoba fries up fresh tortilla chips two times a day, and its pulled pork is slow roasted for at least six hours.

The Beckley Qdoba will be the fifth in the state, after the other locations in Charleston, South Charleston, Huntington Mall and Morgantown.

Mink said this franchise also owns the Papa John’s in Beckley, so they are familiar with the local market.

Qdoba is currently hiring and applications can be found under the “careers” section at www.qdoba.com.

Additional menu information, as well as information on catering and nutritional facts can also be found online.

— E-mail: wholdren@register-herald.com

 

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