nacho reviews in Downtown Manhattan. This section covers Soho, Financial District and Tribeca; suggest a restaurant today.
Last night, I met up with Bradley again, to discuss the future of Nacho Art and other big business ideas. (We have some great ones in our back pocket). We met at Bar 89 because Time Out NY said it was top 5 in NYC. We had some nachos in common, so I trusted them.
On our first review of 2011, I wanted to find a restaurant that would start our year off with a BANG. I chose South Houston in Soho because from the menu the Chos sounded good and I happened to be in the area checking out Tammany Hall (awesome new venue that you’ll know about soon).
Earlier this week, I got an email from a PR company to come to a preview of EAT: The World Financial Center Restaurant Showcase at SouthWest NY. The event is on 10/7 and boasts 20 restaurants that will be serving up dishes from $1-5. The dish I was there to eat was SouthWest NY’s Pumpkin Seed Crusted Salmon with Mango-Jicama salsa. The word salsa made me a qualified food writer, I assume.
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.