Florencia 13

15 May 2009 by Lee Frank Category: reviews
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Last week, upon the pressures of finding competitors for the now infamous Guactacular, I took a moment to breathe and eat nachos. After checking the suggestion thread, I saw that people were just plain clamoring for me to eat at Florencia 13 in the Greenwich Village.

So on a lovely afternoon, I met estranged nacho eater Sara (we hadn’t eaten nachos together in like a month). We sat down and ordered nachos and me, being the lush I sometimes am had a margarita ($5 during happy hour).

When the nachos came out, I could see they’d be delicious.

Guac view


Before you, a calvacade of fresh guac, homemade-y tortilla chips, pico de gallo, cheese, black olives, beans and so many jalapenos. Each topping looked like it was made just for me. Off to the side was a dippy cup of sour cream. Each bite was a glorious adventure of spice and nice. Conversation led to discussion of living in Brooklyn and never going to uptown parts of Manhattan.

Even the owner, who I wanted to lock down for the guac tac (next year, I promise), Loco Lenn, as he’s called, was super nice and down with the nacho journey.

Check this place out for sure. It has the vibes of delicious food.

185 Sullivan Street
New York, NY 10012

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  • Tystarr said:

    Looks pretty good, I gotta check these places out.

  • Maraysa said:

    Being that black olives are my favorite topping on most food items (pizza, salad, pasta, sandwiches), any nacho establishment that includes them gets a thumbs up in my book.

  • Rachel said:

    Where are the chips on that plate, yo? Crazy toppings overload, man.

  • lee (author) said:

    There is plenty of chips here. And the toppings were so good.

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