Boojum fans rejoice.

The burrito restaurant that (arguably) kicked off Belfast’s extreme love of Mexican food has just announced it is opening TWO new locations in Belfast.


Yes, Boojum is creating a staggering 120 jobs as it rolls out four new stores across Ireland.

Brothers David and Andrew Maxwell are opening two locations in Belfast and another two in the Republic as they begin expanding one of our most successful and popular fast-food operations.


The brothers took over Boojum seven months ago, revamping the Mexican chain that started off in Belfast’s Botanic area and has five outlets across the island.

One of the new Belfast eateries will be on Great Victoria Street. Whilst the location of the second has yet to be revealed. (The suspense is killing us already…)

Burritos in Boojum

The company is also opening a new Dublin store in April on Abbey Street, plus another location either in the capital or in Galway.

Boojum is also expanding and growing the way it does business by looking at delivery, corporate catering and card payments.

Meanwhile, check out our Top 6 Places In Belfast For A Burrito!

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