Mojo Burrito Opening Ooltewah Location On June 28

Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Mojo Burrito is opening its new Ooltewah site at Cambridge Square with a grand opening on June 28.

 

The opening of the store adds more than 20 jobs to the existing 82 positions in their Red Bank, East Brainerd and St. Elmo locations, along with seven administrative positions. 

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To celebrate the grand opening, Mojo Burrito will be giving out bottles of Chattanooga’s locally made Hoff Sauce to the first 100 guests at the new restaurant, located at 9447 Bradmore Lane. Face painters will be on hand and, The Judy Chops, a bluegrass band from Virginia, will be performing from 6-9 p.m.

 

“We’re excited to expand Mojo Burrito into Ooltewah,” said Eve Williams, owner. “The move to the area is a natural progression for us and we appreciate the welcome the community has given us.”

 

The Ooltewah location will be open Sunday-Thursday from 11 a.m.-9 p.m. and Friday-Saturday 11 a.m.-10 p.m. All four Mojo Burrito locations feature a Happy Hour every Monday and Tuesday with $3 select pints all day.

 

Mojo Burrito supports the local community and features art from local artists in their restaurants. Local artist Justin Butts has just designed new t-shirts which are available at all locations and David Helton has produced an enamel pin as well as new coloring pages featuring local attractions for kids of all sizes to color and display on the walls of the restaurants.

 

The company is also partners with Blue Indian Kombucha, Cashew Cheese, Heaven and Ale, Hoff Sauce, and Hot Chocolatier.



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