Popular Mexican-Fusion Restaurant Chain Opens Fifth Pennsylvania Location in Warminster

Image via Bubbakoo's Burritos
The chain opened their new location in Warminster, their third spot in Bucks County.

A popular restaurant chain recently opened their latest location in Bucks County, and now local residents have a new dining option.

Bubbakoo’s Burritos, a Mexican-fusion concept restaurant chain, opened their latest location in Warminster on Jan. 30. Owned by existing operators, Nivas, Riken and Milin Patel, the restaurant is located at 768 Street Road in the Center Point Place shopping mall.

Offering unique dishes like hibachi steak and shrimp burritos, sriracha shredded pork nachos, and Nashville hot chicken burritos, the new Bucks County location is sure to be a new favorite amongst local residents.

“Our team is thrilled to be opening a second Bubbakoo’s location, and bringing the fan-favorite menu items to even more residents in Pennsylvania,” said Nivas.

The chain was founded in 2008. The Warminster location will be the chain’s third spot in Bucks County, as well as the company’s 101st overall location; the other two are in Quakertown and Morrisville.

“This new location in Warminster will no doubt be a welcomed addition to the community,” said Paul Altero, co-founder of Bubbakoo’s Burritos.

“We’ve seen an increased demand for the Bubbakoo’s brand in the last several years, and a lot of this success can be attributed to outstanding franchise partners like Nivas, Riken and Milin. Our initial openings in 2023 are establishing a fantastic path of development for us to build upon and we look forward to seeing this team grow alongside us”.

Learn more about the new location at Bubbakoo’s Burritos.

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