nacho reviews in Williamsburg, Greenpoint, and Bushwick. Have we missed a restaurant you love? Suggest it now!
Just before their state-crossing tour, we got a chance to sit down with Brooklyn-based band, Afuche. With their show taking place at Public Assembly and us rarely excited to trek to Williamsburg, we decided on Yola’s Cafe, which I’d heard good things about.
Stop three on the Williamsburg Nacho Crawl just happened to be Buffalo Cantina. As we have found in recent crawls, the third place tends to be when the participants border on nacho over-doses and Buffalo Cantina was no exception.
Upon recommendation by superfan Karl, we added this as our last stop on the nacho crawl. When I called the manager to set up the space, he was really excited about bringing us in, which was adorably cute. When we got there, we saw balloons and streamers; we still don’t know if it was for us.
The second stop on our Williamsburg Nacho Crawl was Teddy’s at 96 Berry Street. The only straight-up bar nacho stop on our crawl, Teddy’s was a decent place. However, when you eat at 3 other restaurants in one afternoon, there’s a lot to live up to.
We were immediately met by Tyler of Twisted Comix and his friends Cynthia and , who found out about NachosNY from our post on Midtown Lunch. Tyler loves him some nachos.
As the first customers of the day, we were giving the choicest of seating in their back patio. The only issue was a Northwesterly wind flying through, but it was still picturesque. While waiting for the others to join to gang, we ordered regular and chorizo nachos.