Chicago’s Best Nachos

There’s nothing like a big stack of nachos when you’re catching up over a few brews or watching the game. Don’t settle for run-of-the-mill nachos; indulge in these creative, mouthwatering takes on everyone’s favorite classic.

Little Goat

via Flickr user Crystal Calderon

via Flickr user Crystal Calderon

These are not your average nachos. The masa chips at the center of this innovative dish are made fresh daily, and topped with a heaping portion of refried beans, cheddar, barbecued pork, pickled peppers, sour cream, and pureed avocado. No matter how full you are, you’ll be licking this plate clean.

You can find Little Goat at 820 W Randolph St.

Old Fifth

via Old Fifth

via Old Fifth

Ever have Brazilian nachos? They’ll be your new favorite, with slow-roasted pork shoulder, a heavenly mix of cheeses, and chipotle-lime sauce that takes it to the next level. As an added bonus, this dish goes exceptionally well with Old Fifth’s raved-about cocktail and beer list.

You can find Old Fifth at 1027 W Madison St.

Mike Ditka’s

via Flickr user David Ohmer

via Flickr user David Ohmer

Whether you’re a fan of Mike Ditka and the Bears or not, you’ll be able to appreciate these nachos. All of the ingredients, including shredded pot roast, are spread over the chips so that each one has a good amount of this gooey goodness. Though there are two sizes, we can’t help but go for the bigger one.

You can find Mike Ditka’s at 100 E Chestnut St.

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