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When you think happy hour you normally think 2-for-1 drafts or a couple bucks knocked off your well drinks. On select nights Epstein’s Bar happy hour extends to their appetizer menu. On a Friday night how could one turn down cheap fried food and $3 Ommegang Witte beers?
We’re stretching the concept of nachos for you aren’t we? Angry that we’ve been reviewing Irish Nachos and now Totchos? Or are you blown away at how other foods are just jealous of the awesomeness of ‘cho to the point that they try and pretend they are brothers from another mother? Yea, that’s what I thought. This week: TOTCHOS.
We recently wrote up El Camion, a lovely new Mexican spot on Ave A. As we said, that day, we were on the way to Diablo Royale Este, but made a wrong turn. We wouldn’t make that same mistake just a few days later.
As noted by Ev Grieve, Ave A is turning into quite the taco lane. We’ve decided to check it out thoroughly. This past Saturday, we went to El Camion, because we got lost on our way to Diablo Royale Este. We made a left instead of a right and ended up in front of El Camion.
It snowed a lot. Like seriously, Thundersnow? But I wanted to eat some nachos, so I did just that. I also forgot my keys, so I had to pick them up from Nozomi in the Soho area. I remembered passing a place called Downtown Bakery near Puebla and seeing that they indeed sold nachos.