In the quest of total nacho domination, Las Vegas-based restaurant group Nacho Daddy announced its first out of market expansion with the fourth official location being planted in Duluth’s historic Parsons Alley in suburban Atlanta, Georgia, and is set to open in early December. With three popular locations in Las Vegas and having wowed all local, national and international guests for almost a decade, 2018 marks the beginning of the restaurant group’s expansion efforts since bursting onto the scene.
“It’s been a dream of ours to expand the Nacho Daddy brand since we first opened our doors in 2010,” says Paul Hymas, president and managing partner, Nacho Daddy. “This whole concept was started by four friends over our mutual love for the Rodney Dangerfield of food … nachos. It’s crazy to think we now get to continue our quest to get the nacho respect outside of Vegas and we’re happy Georgia is the next stop on our mission establish nachos as their own food group.”
Like the three Las Vegas locations, the new Duluth restaurant will serve traditional Mexican-American cuisine including a variety of creative nachos and specialty cocktails made famous in Sin City and featured on The Food Network, “Food Paradise” on Travel Channel and Animal Planet’s “Tanked.” The 3,942 square-foot restaurant will feature indoor and outdoor seating, rooftop patio overlooking the outdoor amphitheater, 15 high-def televisions for optimal sports viewing and an open floor plan and kitchen where guests will be able to watch the chefs prepare menu favorites. Like the other locations, Nacho Daddy will feature the restaurant’s signature items including Filet Mignon Nachos with house-made corn chips topped with a cheese blend, refried beans, filet mignon, sour cream, pico de gallo, guacamole, cilantro and house-made ranchero sauce; Flaming Fajitas with choice of chicken, filet mignon or shrimp, served on tableside with all of the fajita fixings; Mexi-Cobb Salad with romaine hearts tossed in onion-thyme vinaigrette, topped with chicken strips, pico de gallo, cheese blend, corn, cucumbers, avocado and tortilla strips; Combination Plates with choice of enchiladas and tacos; and the Nacho Daddy Triple Dip featuring warm tortilla chips with spicy salsa, signature skillet queso dip and fresh guacamole. Nacho Daddy also serves its traditional Daddy’s Margarita and the world-famous Scorpion Shot. The expansive menu delights a variety of diners including vegetarian and vegan guests with meatless and dairy-free twists on popular items.
Nacho Daddy is also looking at further expansion opportunities outside of its home base of Las Vegas including additional locations in the Southeast and in the Western United States. The popular restaurant also created their own Nacho Daddy Patron tequila, four varieties of Nacho Daddy craft beer and coffee to serve at local restaurants, and will launch its own line of hot sauces nationally in early 2019. Nacho Daddy is also in early discussions for a cookbook featuring their crave-worthy nacho recipes.
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