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Friday, November 6, 2015

5 fave places to celebrate National Nachos Day today

Posted By on Fri, Nov 6, 2015 at 1:06 PM

Nachos got us like: 

Because, really, we'll take any excuse, any excuse at all to eat nachos. Even shitty microwave nachos are better than no nachos. (I personally draw the line at the vat-of-liquid-queso–type nachos, but I've got no quibbles with anyone who actually goes there.)



Nachos are everywhere, of course, but here are a few of our fave spots to get 'em (besides the couch):

Stardust Video & Coffee
click image Three Colors nachos at Stardust - PHOTO VIA INSTAGRAM
  • photo via Instagram
  • Three Colors nachos at Stardust

Gringos Locos
click image Gringos Locos O.G. nachos with pork - PHOTO VIA FOODSPOTTING
  • photo via Foodspotting
  • Gringos Locos O.G. nachos with pork

And according to this nacho expert who has a Tumblr called For the Love of Nachos (and isn't even an Orlandoan, I don't think), Graffiti Junktion serves "the best nachos I've ever eaten."
click image Award Winning Macho Nachos at Graffiti Junktion - PHOTO VIA FOR THE LOVE OF NACHOS
  • photo via For the Love of Nachos
  • Award Winning Macho Nachos at Graffiti Junktion


Then there are your variety nachos:

Harp & Celt Irish nachos: homemade pub chips tossed with crumbled sausage, lettuce, tomato, sour cream and melted cheddar jack cheese
click image Irish Nachos at the Celt Irish Pub - PHOTO VIA FOODSPOTTING
  • photo via Foodspotting
  • Irish Nachos at the Celt Irish Pub

Yellow Dog Eats pulled pork nachos: tricolored tortilla chips piled with pulled pork, black beans, cheese, cilantro, sour cream, mild cherry ring peppers, red onions, scallions, homemade salsa, Thai chili sauce, and barbecue sauce
click image Pulled pork nachos from Yellow Dog Eats - PHOTO VIA ROMANTIC VINEYARD BLOG
  • photo via Romantic Vineyard blog
  • Pulled pork nachos from Yellow Dog Eats


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