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Reader: ShopHouse might inspire you to shop for some Chipotle stock

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Did you miss the chance to get in on the ground floor of Chipotle, back when Steve Ells opened his first fast-casual burrito shop on East Evans Avenue? You've got another chance with ShopHouse, the Asian fast-casual concept that Chipotle rolled out last Thursday in Washington, D.C.

Here's the take from Josh:

Over on ProofTrader ( a collaborative stock picking site ) one analyst believes the Shophouse concept will end up being a huge catalyst for Chipotle's stock.

Ells may not have been been able to pick a real winner for America's Next Great Restaurant, with Soul Daddy going down, but it looks like he has one of his own.

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