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Hungry For A Burrito? Get The Best At Bell Street!

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ATLANTA, Ga. -

In just a few short years, Matt Hinton has made a name for himself on the Atlanta culinary scene. And that name...is Bell Street Burritos.

Bell Street's been racking up honor after honor, most recently being named one of America's 20 Best Burritos by The Daily Meal. According to The Daily Meal website, "Stay classic and choose one meat with your pinto beans, jack cheese, rice, and salsa fresca. You can also be bold and try combinations such as steak and shrimp and top it off with broccoli and potatoes, but you'll be rewarded by keeping it simple: the ingredients used are just that good."

Good Day Atlanta's Paul Milliken heard the words "best burrito" and went charging to Bell Street's newest location, at 1816 Peachtree Street in Midtown/South Buckhead. Click the video above to see what he thinks!

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