Today is day one of Chovember. Our first guest authors are Erica and Stephen of the Brooklyn Brew Shop, NYC’s premiere shop for Home Brewing. I already knew they love nachos, but they wanted to tell you about their love.
It was approaching the midnight hour and tummies were rumbling at the Robicelli’s kitchen. Tacos el Branco in Sunset Park has served me well before, even in delivery nacho category. But Nachos Texanos? Without a description? I was feeling adventurous.
Do you have what it takes to bring the heat and the lycopene to the Bell House on November 6th? We are still looking for competitors in the 2nd Annual Salsa Slam. There’ll be prizes. There’ll be drama. There’ll be, well, a ton of chips and salsa. Email Rachel at Rachel@NachosNY.com to compete.
HAPPY INTERNATIONAL DAY OF THE NACHO! Yes, October 21 is the International Day of the Nacho. E-Celebrate with us.
If you have eaten at one of Dos Toros’ three Manhattan locations, I am sure you don’t need any more reason to obsess over it. Introduced to New York by two San Fran transplants, Dos Toros is sort of like a cheaper, more authentically mexican Chipotle.