Home of the popular "Welcome to Moe's!" greeting and pop-culture inspired menu and atmosphere, Moe's Southwest Grill is a fun and engaging fast-casual concept serving a wide variety of fresh, made-to-order southwest fare. The first Moe's restaurant opened in Atlanta, GA on December 1, 2000, and offered burritos, tacos, quesadillas, nachos, salads and fajitas. Guests could choose from over 25 fresh ingredients including grilled chicken, steak or tofu. There were meals just for kids, beverages just for adults, and free chips and salsa for all guests to enjoy with every meal. To demonstrate their commitment to freshness, Moe's has never used freezers, microwaves, animal fat, lard, or MSG. Over the years, Moe's has added ground beef, pulled pork, bacon and Junior burritos to the menu and has featured popular limited time offers like the Chicken Club Quesadilla and Phil E. Burrito. Food quality, safety and customer service are no joke, but aside from that, Moe's tries not to take itself too seriously. For fun, the folks at Moe's gave each menu item a unique name like The Funk Meister taco, Homewrecker burrito, Billy Barou nachos, to name a few, just to keep things interesting. And the music at Moe's is also a good conversation starter. If you listen closely to the tunes playing at any Moe's restaurant, you'll notice all of the songs are performed by dead musicians. Songs from Barry White, Johnny Cash, and most recently, Michael Jackson, have been added to the original play list to honor the sweet sounds of the artists who left us too soon.