Bubbakoo’s Burritos is the newest eatery to join the Quick Bites Food Court at Resorts Casino Hotel. “We were looking for more variety in the food court,” says Brian Chambers, multi-unit manager at Quick Bites. It was important for Quick Bites to find an eatery that could maintain their high-level of standards while also appealing to a very broad clientele. “The reason that we chose Bubbakoo’s is that it’s an automatic draw for the younger crowd, but it also gives the senior crowd something new to try,” Chambers says.

Bubbakoo’s for all

Bubbakoo’s Burritos’ menu was created to be completely customizable, so it can appeal to wide variety of customers. “Bubbakoo’s is a surfer, skateboarder-inspired, casual Mexican restaurant, with the idea that you start with your base and tailor your meal from there. You control everything and can make it as spicy or mild as you want,” Chambers explains.

Bubbakoo’s Burritos started in Point Pleasant in 2008. Now, Bubbakoo’s has 30 locations up and down the Jersey shore, with a Philadelphia location recently announced. “The backbone of Bubbakoo’s is high-quality, made-to-order food that’s affordable for kids, families and seniors,” Chambers says.

That’s exactly why Quick Bites added Bubbakoo’s to their offerings. “All of our restaurants use fresh ingredients, our meats are never frozen, we roast our own signature sandwich meats like pastrami and we make our pizza dough fresh daily. Bubbakoo’s fits right in with that standard,” Chambers says. Bubbakoo’s makes all of their own salsas, as well as their own taco shells and taco salad bowls.

“We’re in a casino, but we don’t have casino prices. We try to keep everything around $10,” Chambers says. Bubbakoo’s meals are $8.99 with a few add on options. “It’s a lot of food, which scares some of our senior clients away,” Chambers says. That’s why Bubbakoo’s offers a senior meal ($4.99) which is one taco with chips and salsa for anyone that’s 60 or older. “We try to acknowledge and appreciate the clientele that we have,” Chambers says. Quick Bite’s senior customers have been very receptive to Bubbakoo’s.

Bubbakoo’s step by step

So how does Bubbakoo’s work? Here’s the step-by-step guide:

Step 1: Choose your entrée base. Bubbakoo’s bases include burritos or bowls, tacos, nachos, taco salad, quesadilla and the Chiwawa (a panko-crusted, lightly fried, cheesy rice ball, covered in nacho cheese and topped your way).

Step 2: Choose your meat. Bubbakoo’s meats include grilled chicken, ground beef, carnitas, shredded chicken, crispy fried chicken, and beans and cheese.

Step 3: Choose your toppings. Toppings include white rice, brown rice, pinto beans, black beans, salsa, lettuce, cheese and more.

Optional Step 4: Additional Flavor ($.49). Flavors go from ghost-pepper hot and spicy-to-medium buffalo to mild southern BBQ. “One of our most popular selections has been a buffalo, crispy chicken quesadilla,” Chambers says.

Bubbakoo’s in the Quick mix

Quick Bites serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and late night. Eateries include: Bubbakoo’s Burritos, Dunkin’ Donuts, Famous Famiglia Pizzeria, Haagen-Dazs, Ruby’s Dinette and Soup Man.

“People come in and can mix and match what they get and they love that flexibility,” Chambers says. Quick Bites encourages this by offering coupons with each purchase. “Each eatery offers a coupon for another eatery on their receipt,” Chambers says. Quick Bites also offers several other discounts. You can join their e-club for discounts and all city-wide casino employees receive a 20 percent discount.

If you want to try Bubbakoo’s but can’t make it to Resorts, Quick Bites participates in Uber Eats, which has been especially popular with Stockton University students.

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