I'm in a Nachos State of Mind
I'm a Bostonian through and through. I'm loyal to the sports, the seafood and I've never been to Cheers. New York is not a place I'm often comfortable with visiting. It's too big, and frankly, I don't know what to do with a city whose planning actually makes sense. That said, there's one thing that calls me back again and again: the food. New York is arguably the best city in the United States when it comes to dining out, and whether you're craving a fresh salad or lamb on a skewer, New York can suit your needs.
Take nachos, for example. There are at least fifteen spots in NYC to grab a killer plate of nachos. How do I know this? Nachos NY's map, of course. Haven't heard of Nachos NY? If you love plates of shareable, cheesy, crunchy goodness (which you obviously do if you've checked out our latest issue) and live by the Big Apple, you've been missing out.
Nachos NY stared in 2008 as a food blog. Today, it's expanded to an entire website devoted to nachos, complete with restaurant reviews, recipes, a merch store, and of course, the nacho map. They even host events, like Guac Rock and Guactacular. Local beers, killer guac and live music? Man, Boston needs to get on board with this.