When you enter the first thing you hear is someone on the staff yelling "Welcome to Moe's". I guess that is supposed to give you a good feeling about being there. The menu board is kind of jumbled and confusing. I wouldn't want to be coming in for the first time on a busy day. It takes a few minutes to go over what is offered. The names of the dishes bear no resemblance to what the dishes contain so you have to read the descriptions. Luckily, you can just proceed to the counter and say, "I want a Burrito." They will fix it any way you like with rice, pinto or black beans, a choice of meats or vegetarian, and a lot of extras. The final product is served on a bed of chips. There is a variety of salsas from which to choose to go with the chips. Some of the salsa names are very clever. Bring a friend to help you carry your food to the table. I bet that burrito weighs 3/4 of a pound or more. Moe's is good, but not my favorite. That destinction goes to Q'doba's. Still, you will not leave hungry.
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