Up in Fishtown, Revolutions bills itself as a 52,000 square foot venue with fun for everybody. Bowling alleys, video games, a flair bar….but is there fun for Nachojawn?
This is a seriously big plate of nachos.
Revolution’s loaded nachos have house made tortilla chips, queso, jalapenos, pico de gallo, black beans, guacamole, sour cream, and scallions.
Those house made tortilla chips were the highlight, thin and hot out of the fryer. However, as with many of the institutional nachos you encounter, the ice cream scooper strikes again to top these off, and the tomatoes on the pico de gallo are an unappetizing shade of pink.
Those chips that were just queso and queso only were the best. Otherwise, a middling effort out of Revolutions.
2.88/5 pickled jalapeños – eat these when Dave & Busters is too crowded and after you lost all your cash except nacho money at Sugar House.
1009 Canal Street, Philadelphia