All of the Tacolicious happy hour nachos.
Business school dining hall nachos.
The second largest platter of nachos I’ve ever seen.
Introducing the nacho bomb: where you go to a party at someone else’s house and use their kitchen and supplies to make nachos. This nacho bomb brought to you by Tahoe.
World Cup Round 2 nachos.
Los Gallos nachos accompanied by Freewheel Brewing beer and a band of old white men singing the hits.
World Cup Round 1 nachos.
My first nachos experience in Oakland. Gusano’s for the win.
You know you have the right friends when your picnic brunch includes fries nachos.
Rumors of El Farolito’s nachos have haunted me since I moved to the Bay Area. They were even better than anticipated. These were the holy grail of nachos: toppings left over long after all of the chips had been eaten.