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When a restaurant does something right, patrons take notice. The same can be said when a restaurant does something wrong.
One has to ask what happens when an eatery that usually does something right takes a wrong turn and churns out not just a bad dish, but a horrible dish. Perhaps it was a bad day. Perhaps it was a different cook. No matter the reason, it’s difficult to not be disappointed when you feel as though you just threw money away on an awful meal. Such was the case on a recent afternoon.
The Coffee House Café Home of the Coffee Booth usually makes some pretty tasty nachos. A bed of crisp blue and yellow corn tortilla chips lays beneath a mound of either ground beef or chicken and is then topped with cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomatoes and fresh jalapeños (none of the pickled stuff here). Small cups of guacamole, sour cream and salsa accompany the nachos for dipping or spreading. Orders served in the restaurant are huge and can easily be shared. Take-out orders are also plentiful and fill a large clamshell take-out box. The take-out orders are layered just like the in-house orders, they’re just smaller.
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