For many years the middle nacho has been thought to be a myth.
Middle nacho (Noun Mm-iid-ILL Naa-tchoh)-The nacho in the middle of the nacho platter where all the toppings accumulate.
Problem is by the time you dig away all those other nachos, the perfectly congealed mix of cheese, refried beans, guacamole etc. has been pulled in so many different directions that the middle nacho is a shell of its former self.
Friday, I was passed half a plate of fully loaded nachos at the Rochester Mills Beer Company. Having given up the quest for the middle nacho years ago I began eating what was left, just happy with the fact that I was eating free nachos. Then it happened, mindlessly I picked up one of the last remaining nachos.
It was even more beautiful in person, I almost didn’t want to eat it but…………
temptation took over.
Rochester Hills Beer Company is located on the corner of 3rd and Water St. in downtown Rochester. Its built in an old textile factory to house it’s giant brewing tanks. The bar is split up into two sections, on one side giving the casual dining feel and the other side feels more like a bar with pool tables, cigar room and a dance floor crawling with cougars (probably it’s dark in there). On weekends they have a rotating roster of pretty decent cover bands and a patio which opens in the summer.
Oh yeah they brew their own beer.