On any given day there will be a line, literally out the door, with people patiently waiting for their wrap of delight. Once you finally make it in the door there is a menu with the assortment of salads and wraps, which you can choose to get naked and put it in a bowl. These are not your traditional wraps combinations. There are eclectic wraps like To Thai For with chicken or tofu, peanut sauce, rice, black beans and crunchy confetti slaw in a chile tortilla or Babs-e-que with mashed potatoes, grilled steak, roasted veggies, confetti slaw and chipotle BBQ sauce in a flour tortilla. My personal favorite and possibly a town favorite too is the Pesto Wrapture with chicken, rice, salsa, beans, pablano cilantro pesto, cheese and sour cream in a flour wrap. When you get to the front of the line the Big Wrap team will take your order and make it right in front of you, asking you for personal touches to make the wrap your own. The wraps and salads are huge and it is cheap. You can get out of there under $10 even after tipping the team.