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Let's talk about nachos, baby; let's talk about you and me.

Curious as to where other Hounds have enjoyed nachos lately. I tend to prefer electric orange nachos --- you know, the kind with fake cheez and canned olives and ice cream scoops of sour cream. However, any oddly delicious, unusually topping'd, or otherwise intriguing nacho platters will do. Who has the best nachos in town?!

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  1. I will append a different special request, which is: 1) chips that aren't super-salted, and preferably are freshly fried, thick taqueria style chips and 2) lots of meat and 3) not a bunch of tomatoey cooked salsa junk and 4) no canned olives!

    1. Rattlesnake Bar & Grill on Boylston has fantastic nachos!

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      Rattlesnake Bar & Grill
      384 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02116

      1. At the risk of sounding like a broken record, hubby loves the version at Magoun's in Somerville. The cook makes his own chips and assembles it with care (thoughtful layering).

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        1. re: digga

          I think you and I should be getting a kick-back from Magoun's. I just love that place...

          Here's a picture of the nachos. It may look like a train-wreck, but to your point, it's layered all the way thru the chips, not just a bunch of toppings thrown on top.

           
          1. re: yumyum

            And they come with a free salty bartender most nights!

            I haven't had the nachos, but I do love the place.
            I almost always ask for a side of the mango/habanero sauce with whatever I get (usually dip fries in it) and always regret it the next day. That stuff is really hot.

            1. re: rknrll

              Nice nacho shot, YY.

              We have a bottle of hot sauce from Magoun's in our fridge (MJ's, produced in Somerville). Good stuff.

        2. For the basic bar nachos I like those @ Flat Top Johnny's in Cambridge. Piled high with a good amount of cheese and salsa.
          For more unusual nachos check out this slideshow from the Globe
          http://www.boston.com/thingstodo/gall...

          1. A few weeks ago I had the nachos at Christopher's in Porter and they were very good. There are a few different options. Pretty classic version, lots of cheese.

            I also have enjoyed the nachos at Tremont 647's Taco Tuesday.

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            Tremont 647
            647 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02118