Greenwich Street Tavern
Tagged: manhattan, mid-range, ok, TriBeCa One Comment
After a not-so-stressful day at our respected offices, Lee and I decided to drop in on Greenwich Street Tavern for some nachos. We’ve heard good things from Yelp so we decided to drop everything and prepare our stomachs for cheese covered crunchy goodness.
Believe me, they were believable. We believed they were not so good. We came away with a greater appreciation for our nacho palates and a reaffirmed commitment to being THE NACHO SOURCE for finding you our readers the best nachos in New York. With that in mind, continue reading to learn more about our journey to the Greenwich Street Tavern.
Thankfully, we arrived during happy hour. However, happy hour is only two days a week at the Greenwich Street Tavern. Apparently, Monday, Tuesday, and Friday are meant to be miserable. But one three dollar beer later, the nachos arrived and I wished I saved my hard earned dollars on Yuengling.
In a future post, I will explore this idea further, but I will go on record now as a fan of pico de gallo. Salsa, I say, makes the chips soggy and cold. These chips were covered in canned salsa; pico de gallo, at least, has the potential to be fresh. We also didn’t make any modifications to the nachos so they were served with chicken. I realize that to some people nachos don’t merit breast meat but these nachos though had tough, dark meat that did nothing for the nachos.
The lone bright spot on the nachos was the sour cream and guacamole which was plentiful and tasty. The restaurant itself had a great feel to it but you might want to suit up if you go around 6 or 7. A lot of people come here after work from corporate offices dressed in professional attire. But they won’t kick you out if you aren’t wearing a tie. You’ll just have to work a little harder and use your wit and charm to impress the ladies.
So we stumbled a little on our nacho journey but we’ll shake it off. There isn’t time to dwell on bad experiences. We’ve got much more nachos to swallow.
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