Thursday, June 7, 2012
Taco Bell Spokesman Rob Poetsch said the new menu had to do with changing customer tastes in an MSNBC.com story. So Stow, what do you have a taste for more?
You're hungry and driving down Kent Road and have a taste for Mexican, do you normally stop at Taco Bell or Chipotle Mexican Grill? Will the news of Taco Bell's new "Cantina Bell" menu make you turn into the restaurant, or away? "Taco Bell fired a salvo against Chipotle Wednesday, announcing a new 'Cantina Bell' menu that seemed to take some cues from its pricier rival," according to an MSNBC.com story. "The four new menu items would include ingredients new to Taco bell: Black beans, cilantro rice, citrus and herb marinated chicken, 'new' guacamole, fire-roasted corn salsa, creamy cilantro dressing, and Pico de Gallo." Read the entire MSNBC.com story here. What do you like or dislike about either restaurant in Stow? Leave a review by …
Monday, May 30, 2011
We will submit Where in the Patch? photos once a week on Sundays, so keep trying for a chance to get the answer correct first!
The FOUR winners of this week's Where in the Stow Patch? are: After the photo was posted on the website Sunday, these four residents guessed correctly that the photo was taken at Chipotle. Chipotle donated two free burrito gift cards and two free chips and salsa gift cards for the winners this week. Each winner will receive one gift card. Check back with Stow Patch on Sundays for more photo contests. To all those who participated in the Where in the Stow Patch? photo contest, thank you. If you have a great idea of a place that should be featured, or would like to donate a prize for the contest, send Editor Amanda Harnocz an email. See last week's winner here.
Monday, February 7, 2011
Chipotle in Stow donated 50 percent of its proceeds Feb. 1 to Indian Trail Elementary.
Although a winter storm swept through Stow Feb. 1, enough people got their burrito fix at Chipotle Mexican Grill that day to donate $251.86 to Indian Trail Elementary. Between 4 and 7 p.m. Feb.1, Chipotle donated 50 percent of its profits to the school if a flier was shown, during a fundraiser organized by the restaurant and Principal John Lacoste. After hearing about the success from the same fundraiser at Riverview Elementary recently, Indian Trail PTA President Sarah Lane said the school couldn't pass up the fundraiser opportunity. "Chipotle actually donates 50 percent back to the school which is a huge amount, typically it's 10 percent to 15 percent back," she said. "We knew we wanted to try a Dining to Donate night at someplace local…