Nachojawn is also a sucker for some good brisket, and Sweet Lucy’s has served up some of Philly’s best BBQ for years now. I’m pretty sure they catered Little Miss Nachojawn’s first birthday.
Nachojawn Jr. went for his go-to chopped brisket sandwich with some chili and cornbread on the side.
I got the brisket platter with some grits and mac ‘n cheese. Pretty solid meal after another Palumbo Panther win.
A new gastropub right off of Washington Square, Six Feet Under was relatively empty when Mrs. Nachojawn and I stopped in for a bite at the bar one Sunday evening.
Little Miss Nachojawn and Nachojawn Jr. were off school for a couple of days, and staying with grandparents, so what better way to take advantage than to eat some bar nachos?
Here are the chicken nachos, with corn salsa, jalapeños, plenty of sour cream, and a homemade cheese sauce, which was delicious, but lukewarm.
Overall these were solid bar nachos, accompanied by some well balanced cocktails. I had the 1829, which was Cazadores blanco, ipa, lime juice, agave nectar, jalapeno, and a splash of orange juice.
Worth a trip if you’re in the area.
3.24/5 pickled jalapeños – make sure to tell them to heat up that queso!
Six Feet Under
727 Walnut Street