Hillary Clinton goes incognito during stop at Ohio Chipotle, gets a side of guac

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(CNN) — Hillary Clinton went incognito Monday to order some food at an Ohio Chipotle.

She was on a road trip from New York to Iowa, rolling down I-80 hitting other spots, too, including a Pittsburgh hotel. After announcing her second run for president on Sunday, Clinton and a small staff piled into a black GMC van — that Clinton has taken to calling Scooby, because of the famous cartoon — to drive to her first campaign event in Monticello, Iowa.

On Sunday around 3 p.m., according to a Clinton aide, the former secretary of state, a couple of staff members and a small Secret Service detail left New York. The caravan spent the night in Pittsburgh where an aide said that Clinton ordered room service from a menu that had a section labeled “Scooby Snacks.”

On Monday, the cavalcade stopped at a Chipotle south of Toledo, Ohio.

Time.com reports that the restaurant manager said she ordered a chicken burrito bowl, with a side of guacamole, a chicken salad, and two drinks. Clinton, who was wearing dark sunglasses, and her aide went mostly unrecognized, and some workers didn’t know she’d even stopped there until they looked at security footage.

The caravan later stopped in Joliet, Illinois, but no details were provided about the stop and then headed to Iowa.

And, just for good measure, the aide said that Clinton packed “healthy snacks,” including almonds and cottage cheese.

Clinton has been spotted a number of times throughout her trip.

Chris Learn, a 19-year-old student at Penn State Altoona, told CNN on Monday that he ran into Clinton at a Pilot gas station. He said she greeted him and asked him questions. He also said she was traveling with a group of people in a small caravan.

“I knew it was her immediately,” Learn said. “I just saw her and I was like, there’s no way that’s her!”

CNN’s Rachel Streitfeld contributed to this report.