My coworkers from out of town once called Nacho's "Death by Cheese". The name is appropriate, because this is definitely the place for mountains of fresh salty chips and tons of melty cheddar.
Ownership has changed in the past year or so, but the servings remain immense. The menu ranges from tacos to enchiladas, Mexican pasta to BBQ chicken. Obviously nachos are THE thing to order, and they have many varieties to choose from -- from basic chips with cheese, to fajita-style nachos festooned guacamole, olives, and sour cream.
Be aware: Nacho's has a secret sauce that doesn't always sit well with people who "don't do spice". If hot sauce might bother you, ask to have the Nacho's red sauce left off your meal. The Nacho's sauce is really zesty, and may be an acquired taste.
Service can be slow -- this was remarkably lagging on our last trip. Be sure to tell the wait staff up front if you've got somewhere to go quickly. Otherwise, take a seat and enjoy some chips while you check out the menu. The chips are generally fresh, and you will usually be served 3 salsa selections (mild red, hotter red and green.) As far as I know, the original Nacho's recipes are still in force, and that includes making their refried beans with healthier canola oil instead of lard.
Nachos makes many blended and flavored margaritas, and the original on-the-rocks is fine with me! Bottomless soft drinks and iced tea help offset the fire and spice. And then there is always the Dos Equis.
The place could use a little spruce up -- it seems dark and a little bar-like inside, and the decorations look a bit worn. Families and kids are always welcome, and maybe the wear and tear just reflects how popular the place continues to be.
Lunch hovers around $10 with drinks -- be sure to check the specials board as they often have good deals posted. Dinners are slightly higher. Portions, as noted, are large. Kids meals are available, and don't hesitate to ask for special orders. They will also take your order by phone and box it for take-out.