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12:02 am on April 11, 2012 by Lee Frank Category: reviews 1 Comment
Domo Taco (Nacho Tots)

After being alerted by Jenny Miller (namedrop) about Domo Taco’s Nacho Tots, I decided I needed to try these out. We’ve been duped before by the word Nacho, so I went to try them. Shawn tried them as well. We both found them unconventional, so we decided to blog about them unconventionally, through an IM.

10:10 am on June 3, 2011 by Rachel Anderson Category: Featured, reviews 2 Comments
El Parador Cafe

At the suggestion of a super secret awesome celebrity nacho lover, we dined at El Parador Cafe in Murray Hill. The place was swanky and a romantic date night spot. But there is only room in my heart for one love, nachos.

11:00 am on March 8, 2011 by Rachel Anderson Category: reviews 1 Comment
Calico Jack’s Cantina

Oh February 28th. One of the greatest days of my life. And nachos from Calico Jack’s Cantina almost ruined it.

11:19 am on December 23, 2010 by Lee Frank Category: reviews 4 Comments
Baby Bo’s Cantina

After a series of recommendations from Amy Cao and others, I decided I needed to go to Baby Bo’s and get hot and heavy with a plate of nachos. With the holidays around the corner, a lot of the Nacho Gang is all booked up preparing, but Maraysa was able to join me.

2:21 am on October 22, 2010 by Lee Frank Category: reviews No Comments
Baorrito

In food, sometimes it seems that fusion is the driving force of new tasty delights. From the bacon egg roll of Food Parc to the salty sweet cupcakes of Baked, weird combinations can be make a name for a new restaurant. With that in mind, last night I went to Baorrito, an Asia meets Mexico restaurant in Gramercy.

11:11 pm on June 3, 2010 by Lee Frank Category: reviews 3 Comments
El Cantinero

After all of the hubbub surrounding El Cantinero in the past week between the Village Voice’s Robert Sietsema saying that El Cantinero was the last bastion of hope for TexMex and Grub Street’s Daniel Laurer thinking it’s terrible, I figured you might want my opinion on the matter.