Tequilaville

19 October 2008 by Lee Frank Category: announcements
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In moving to NY, I came with not a lot of friends and took open invitations for new friends from my friends. My friend Lily told me to contact her friend, Stacey, who lives and loves in NY. After a few facebook messages, I told her we should meet up and we should eat nachos as part of the development of this website.

I met her by her work in Midtown and we started walking and found this place:

Tequilaville (address at the end) is located next to Grand Central in Midtown Manhattan. We got there around 6pm, when I would think it would be a busy, mad house with drink specials and cheap food. It wasn’t too busy. I decided we could share the “Super Nachos,” but we also ordered individual meals.

When they came out, I was ready ready ready to dig in. So was Stacey as we raced right in for our first grabs of gooeyness. The nachos came with sour cream (1 scoop), salsa, cheese, refried beans, guacamole and ground beef.  It was a quick mess, which is sometimes good and sometimes bad; this time I’d consider it a bit of a negative. Some of the chips were burnt, while others were soggy.

Doesn’t she look happy. Her comments were “These are crunchy but not crispy.” However, on the whole she liked them.

My final decision out of 7 sombreros, is a 4. Yelp reviews added in that this place’s food were lackluster at best.

Tequilaville
12 Vanderbilt Ave
New York, NY 10166
(212) 563-7440

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  • Ask ML: Where Can You Get Good Nachos? - Midtown Lunch said:

    […] well… the best nachos in New York. Right now the only Midtown entry on his site is Tequilaville (on Vanderbilt btw. 42+43rd), but it would appear as if he’s looking for more.  […]

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