There's something comfortingly retro about the east-west collision that occurred this month when Chili's opened its first Russian location. When the Iron Curtain fell, our comrades apparently didn't race to learn about margaritas and tortilla chips, which is why the lengthy menu offered at Chili's in Moscow includes this helpful how to make a fajita cheat sheet. It's kind of like a blintz, right?
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