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3:40 pm on July 10, 2013 by Rachel Anderson Category: reviews No Comments
Swine

So Swine is a restaurant in the Greenwich Village that specializes in charcuterie. Tucked between the beef tongue pastrami and bone marrow and brisket burger is potato chip nachos.

2:31 pm on April 21, 2011 by Rachel Anderson Category: Featured, reviews 5 Comments
Coppelia

There’s nothing more satisfying than completely canceling out a good cardio session with an amazing plate of nachos. If these sucked I would be fuming about the wasted caloric intake. Seriously though, Coppelia’s nachos were the best I’ve had in a long time dare I say this entire year.

10:27 am on March 4, 2011 by Lee Frank Category: reviews No Comments
Salsa Y Salsa

Last night, work was coming to a close and I had a hankering for nachos. I didn’t want to go far and remembered Salsa Y Salsa was just around the way on 7th Ave.

11:10 am on February 10, 2011 by Rachel Anderson Category: reviews No Comments
Caliente Cab Company

At first glance and I admit first bite, I really enjoyed caliente’s nachos. They are simple. Just like Ignacio would have wanted. Chip, cheese and jalapeño. Of course we added the chorizo – sorry Ignacio! The presentation was clean and impressive.

3:16 pm on September 23, 2010 by Lee Frank Category: reviews 3 Comments
Ofrenda

You know when you get asked by a restaurant to come eat nachos and you worry that they’ll be really terrible because they’re $5? Maybe you’re not familiar, but I am.

5:49 pm on September 10, 2010 by Lee Frank Category: reviews 1 Comment
El Charro Espanol

You’d think that after what seems like 20 years of Nacho eating and 25 appointments at the Cardiologist, I’d know when to turn down a Nacho that will probably be awful when I read the menu or hear about the place.