nacho reviews in Park Slope, Prospect Heights, and Fort Greene
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There are a few Plan B’s in this fair city. There’s a design firm, a bar in the East Village, and you can also get it over the counter. But we went to Plan B sports bar in Prospect Heights on Vanderbilt Ave. between Prospect Place and St. Marks.
To finish our mighty crawl, we walked about ten steps from Bonita to Brooklyn Public House. After a water break halfway, we opened the door to a lovely neighborhood bar and took our table in a booth by the back. Being handed a menu, I noticed the price. STEEP. Steep for a plate of nachos with nothing outside-the-box about it. I ordered a Coney Island Albino Python based on the name and waited for my chos.
On what would be two days before they shuttered their doors, we had an opportunity to get nachos at the lovely Bonita. When we walked in, the waitress stared confused at my I Nachos NY shirt and recognized our journey with a giggle. We sat down and I noticed caipirhinas on the menu, but no nachos. I did my research, so I had read about them before.