Five Cleveland Nacho Plates You Should Be Eating on National Nacho Day


  • Asian Nachos from Rocky River Brewing Company (Photo via Yelp, Sheena W)

National Nacho Day is a holiday we try to celebrate year round but, indeed, today is actually the real deal holiday if you believe in food holidays. Naturally, that begs the question, where to go? And, more importantly, what to order? Lucky for you, the Scene staff has culled some of our favorite nacho joints for some easy peasy cheesy decision making.

The Cleveland Nacho - Farenheit
Crispy potatoes, Parmesan fondue, Romano cheese, scallions and bacon ($14.75)

Ed's Pita Nachos - Prosperity Social Club
Baked chips, roasted red pepper aioli, cumbers, tomatoes, feta, kalamata olives ($10.95).

Fat Head's Original Nachos - Fat Head's

Homemade potato chips loaded with ground beef, jalapeno peppers, cilantro, tomatoes, black olives, cheddar cheese sauce, and sour cream ($8.99).

Asian Nachos - Rocky River Brewing Company
Thai-marinated chicken, mozzarella cheese and wasabi sour cream atop crispy won tons ($8.99).

Jamaican Jerk Chicken - ABC the Tavern

House made tortilla chips with pulled Jamaican jerk chicken, cheddar, lettuce, pineapple salsa, and creme fraiche ($8.50).

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