I'm not sure where they were going with that name but it's certainly as funky as their decor! You just need to see it to fully appreciate it. Too bad the decor is all they have going for them.My husband and I stopped in at their grand opening and ordered two burritos: Green Go, which is salsa verde with chicken breast, and Chili Con Carne, which is ground beef and chili ($6 each). Both were filled with too much rice, dry, and just not tasty. Looking back, they were made on the spot and tossed directly into a microwave, so we should have had a clue of what to expect.We also got the tortilla soup and flan for sides. The soup was much better than the burritos, with shreds of chicken breast, tortilla chips, tomatoes, and a big dollop of sour cream on top, which eventually melted and gave the soup a creamy texture. Not healthy, mind you, but pretty good! The flan was passable- it was less custardy than I expected. My advice is to definitely order the tortilla soup but pass on the burritos, unless you REALLY want to try something intriguing burrito like the "I'm a Dunkey" (soy burrito).