A constant line of lunch-group customers extended 30 profound from cash register to entryway last Thursday at Chipotle Mexican Grill in Kelly Township.
There was no signs of the multi-state E.coli outbreak that make the customers leery at the grand opening at the Lewisburg location.
Chirs Bruni, area manager for Chipotle stated that he feel 100 percent confident in the safety of their food as he anticipated the location’s crowded launch.
A Chipotle representative tossed the lock open at 11 a.m. as an estimation of 15 clients held up to enter inside from the late-morning icy cold. Starting from there constantly the line became bigger and consistent.
By noon, a young group took up the vast majority of the two-dozen or so seats in the main dining area as the line steadily sneaked out of the door. A team of fourteen employees worked at the counter, taking orders mostly for burritos and tacos.
Katie Dwyer was among the numerous Bucknell University understudies holding up in line. She got lunch-packed off.