The fast casual chain has been fighting a lot of bad press for the last several years after outbreaks of norovirus, E. Coli and salmonella have caused customers to become ill.
The drive-thru window is perhaps a way to gain back some customer loyalty. Food & Wine reports the Ohio location is yet to be named.
Everyone will call it a drive-thru, but Chipotle is dubbing the feature a "vehicular pickup window." (We'll see if that catches on.)
Also, not in Ohio yet is queso, which the company added to its New York restaurants this month.
Chipotle also usually finds a clever way to have customers interact with its website to get a BOGO deal to bring them back into the burrito business after news is shared of another food borne illness outbreak.
Right now, customers can get a BOGO deal here after they've created a musical and visual experience with their order (while supplies last).