Throughout history, great men have valiantly taken it to the streets for the greater good, at least until the British show up/the Doobie Brothers break up. Taking to the streets to bring you a beloved tube of meat and beans, West End Burritos
WEB's the passion project of one Matt Hinton, a Morehouse religion professor who lusted after the burritos once churned out by Ponce de Leon's dearly departed Tortillas, and knew others shared his mania, so he began a one-man crusade to resurrect them; his quest has led him to take every Monday off to craft and hand-deliver near-identical gut-bombs to online orderers that live within/will meet him on a route that runs from downtown Decatur to the West End, as long as they don't ask if he'll also bring back the original Club 559. Choose the marinated grilled chicken or shredded pork burrito, served in flour tortillas w/ seasoned pinto beans, rice & Monterrey Jack, to which you can add an extra scoop of any ingredient or "frills" such as green or red sauce, potatoes, and jalapenos, and any can be "double wrapped", but hopefully not Kris Krossed. The Prof'll also lug you cane-sugar Mexican Coke and sides like chips w/ cheese dip or four types of salsa (red, green, traditional Mex-style, chipotle); for god knows why, he's also got pints of pasta sauce to add to your choice of noodle, including chicken in white wine & cream, and ground beef w/ tomatoes & red wine -- he says the sauce is "always better after it's had a chance to sit for a day or two", much like you, after eating a burrito and multiple kinds of heavy heavy pasta sauce
Hinton accepts Paypal, cash, and even checks, and there's also a plan in which you pony up at the beginning of each month to receive a meal every Monday. He also has eyes on moving WEB into a new kitchen sometime soon in order to take pick-up orders from non-West End residents -- proving that thinking you can rely on a hand-delivery-only model long-term is What a Fool Believes.