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Chipotle with drive-thru to open in Youngstown this week

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Chipotle fans rejoice! A new restaurant will open near Youngstown State University with a drive-thru pickup lane this week.

The Chipotle at 320 Wick Avenue in Youngstown will open on Wednesday, and the first 50 customers will get some free swag.

This location will be the first in the area to feature what's called a Chipotlane, which is a new drive-thru pickup lane that allows customers to pick up digital orders without leaving their cars.

The Youngstown location will be open seven days a week from 10:45 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.

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