Five bucks. That’s all these nachos are at Distrito during lunch.

DistritoThe Nachos Ignacio are vegetarian,and have those tiny radishes that let you know that these are fancy nachos. Broiled in the cast iron pan, these nachos were maybe 15 seconds overdone, but I didn’t hate the char on those chips you see on the edge. Big thumbs up for the dish and the value.

This was a lunch after which I didn’t head back to work, so I had a couple Grande Diablo’s with my lunch. I’m a sucker for spicy cocktails. The Grande Diablo is chile infused tequila, maraschino liqueur and grapefruit. Good stuff.

4.34/5 pickled jalapenos – Eat these at a lunch then take a nap

Nachos Ignacio – $5 at lunch (Bigger version is $10 at dinner)

3945 Chestnut Street
(215) 222-1657


Wahoo’s Tacos

They can’t all be winners. Canned black beans, shredded cheddar and carne asada. That’s it.

With a couple of ice cream scoops of guacamole and sour cream.

Wahoo's Tacos

Wahoo’s Tacos

Wahoo’s Tacos is a new joint up by Drexel that replaced the never crowded and not very good Mikey’s. They have a great outdoor space to work with, hope they can step up their nacho game for the warmer months. I mean, I’ll eat these, but way too much chip in the chip/fixins equation.

And that industrial margarita mix has to go too.

2.25/5 pickled jalapeƱos – I’m not sorry I ate them.

Wahoo’s Tacos
3180 Chestnut Street

Carne Asada Nachos – $8