Not much better than make your own nacho night. Here are some highlights.
Crucially, we had chips from Tortelleria San Roman, one of the best hidden gems in the city. At 9th and Carpenter you can get a kilo of fresh tortillas for a few bucks, or bags of tortilla chips that will stand up to any topping. They also have sopes, pico de gallo, salsa verde, and blue corn chips on the weekend.
These nachos had pulled chicken, roasted peppers, guacamole, pico de gallo, black beans, some edamame corn thing, and a black bean dip. They were awesome.
Not sure everything going on with these ones but I’ll take a guess. BBQ pulled pork, grilled squash, white beans, and it looks like some flaxseed chips snuck on the bottom there.
There’s one of those margaritas up top. These were ground beef nachos with chorizo, jalapenos, guacamole and pico de gallo. Fresh and dope.
Nachojawn Jr. going after some nachos with soy cheese. My man.