It’s baack! April 23 is Gobblerito Day at Mad Mex

Celebrate spring with a Thanksgiving dinner-in-a-burrito and an apple cider margarita

by Lindsay Patross
April 17, 2019

Celebrate spring with a Thanksgiving dinner-in-a-burrito and an apple cider margarita.

Forget the groundhog up in Punxsutawney. The new sign of spring is the annual spring landing of the Gobblertio at Max Mex. For the past few years, Mad Mex has been bringing back this Thanksgiving favorite for a spring appearance.

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Yes, Pittsburgh, for one day only, you can celebrate Thanksgiving in April. The Gobblerito is the much-loved Thanksgiving dinner-in-a-burrito that MadMex offers each fall. But according to the Mad Mex website, Tuesday, April 23, 2019, is Gobblerito Day.

Can’t wait for fall for the Gobblerito to return? Once per spring we bring back our burrit-o-plenty for a single magical Tuesday in April.

The Gobblerito is a complete Thanksgiving bundle of juicy, house-roasted turkey, creamy black bean mashed potatoes, rich bread stuffing and buttery corn, all wrapped in a tortilla and drenched in gravy. Jellied cranberry sauce is on the side.

We’re also bringing back Apple Cider margaritas (complete with caramel rim) for one day as well.

Gobblerito Love

If you haven’t met the Gobblerito yet, here is a sampling of love letters to this Thanksgiving treat…

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An important Google calendar for the food lovers of Pittsburgh

Never miss another Gobblerito Day again! While researching this post, we stumbled upon this handy Google calendar of BigBurrito events. You can subscribe and view all of these important dates with your own calendar.

Pittsburgh born and raised, Lindsay has been writing about the people who love Pittsburgh since 2008.

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