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July 07th, 2020

RESTAURANT INFORMER: Willy’s Works with Boys & Girls Club on Family Taco Talks Initiative

In partnership with Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta (BGCMA), Willy’s Mexicana Grill believes it is imperative to speak up and take action against racism and inequality. As kids and teens grapple with strong feelings and big questions, they need us now more than ever.

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Every U.S. State's Best Regional Fast-Food Joint
November 07th, 2019

FAR & WIDE: Every U.S. State’s Best Regional Fast-Food Joint

Fast food existed long before Maurice and Richard McDonald opened their first McDonald’s in California in 1948. Across the nation, local entrepreneurs have been serving up quality food fast for decades. While some establishments are still large only within the state where they began, others have become popular across a region. But none of the […]

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Willy's Mexicana Grill Founder
September 05th, 2019

SIMPLY BUCKHEAD: PUTTING THE “MMMM” IN MEXICAN FOOD

Willy Bitter worked on a tugboat in Alaska, built a school in Kenya and studied marine biology in North Carolina. But it wasn’t until the founder of Willy’s Mexicana Grill moved to Aspen, Colorado, and worked at a Mexican restaurant that he found his passion. “So many things we take for granted now, I had […]

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Willys Mexicana Tacos
August 20th, 2019

ATLANTA EATS: 5 Ways To Eat Yummy and Eat Healthy at Atlanta’s Coolest Restaurants

The way Atlanta has been growing the past 15 years, there are so many options and choices to eat out. I bet you can go all year and not eat at the same lunch or dinner spot twice. With all the great options, you have to ask how can you navigate around town and eat […]

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Authority Magazine
July 15th, 2019

AUTHORITY MAGAZINE: How to create a fantastic work culture, with Willy Bitter and Chaya Weiner

I had the pleasure of interviewing Willy Bitter, founder and Chief Burrito Roller at Willy’s Mexicana Grill. Bitter was born in Columbus, OH and raised in Asheville, NC. He graduated from UNC Chapel Hill in 1988 with a degree in economics before heading west where he awakened his love for burritos.

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