Where: McGillicuddy's, Main Street, New Paltz, NY What: Nachos Rating: 4
Brief Review: Nice and cheesy at first. Didn't like the make ur own with sides of guac, sour cream, and salsa. Scallions and olives were a nice touch. Kinda dry. One chips holds all the topping. OMG it was a super motherchip.
Where: McGillicuddy's. Main Street, New Paltz, NY What: Irish Nachos - Waffle fries with cheese, real bacon, scallions and sour cream on the side. Rating: 2 Our Take: These waffle fries guised as nachos were pretty darn delicious. The real bacon was a nice touch! They're more like potato skins than nachos, though.
What: Nachos with Chili (Tortilla Chips, Cheddar Cheese, Beef Chili, Guacamole and Sour Cream)
How much: $5.95
Overall review: The nachos at the White Horse Tavern are exactly what you'd expect at the White Horse. There's nothing fancy going on with these nachos dammit!. The chips are from a bag and the guacamole is from a jar. There are few nice touches, the chili is tasty and the chips are slightly burnt and crispy. Of course the rating goes up depending on how many White Horse Ales you've downed before eating.
What: Nachos Texano
How much: $7
About: "Might be the best nachos ever up in hell's kitchen!" The top layer was a Mexican flag of tomatoes, sour cream, peppers, then a cheese layers, then chips mixed in with refried beans.
Reviewed by TS
Where: Brother Jimmy's
What: Brother Jimmy's BBQ "Humongous" Nachos with BBQ beans, chili, cheese, sour cream, salsa, and guacamole.
How much: $12.50
Brief review: Super cheesy, tasty nachos. Average portion size, so you may want to order 2!
Where: McGrath's Irish Pub. Killington, VT What: Nachos (Round tortilla chips topped with salsa, jalapenos, sour cream, and cheese) How much: 8.95 Rating: 8 Overall review: Yummy cheesy nachos at this chill pub in Killington. Lots of toppings and piping hot! We didn't even mind the outta-the-bag round chips!
Overall review: These are good nachos that could be great nachos. The biggest problem is the toppings. They're not layered, so they cling to the top of the nachos and never mingle with the chips below. In fact, it was hard to pick up a chip without also taking the whole top. This made for a large plate of naked chips at the end. That said, the nicest touch was the addition of ground beef, which makes perfect sense for a place with great burgers.