This Bushwick bar and restaurant really knows what the people want: colorful tiki drinks and food that is mostly covered in cheese. After a few drinks, the nachos are a shining beacon. At first glance you think: Are these even nachos? The chips are topped with so many delicious ingredients that you might be tempted to pick up a fork. Work your way through the cilantro, three salsas and pintos, and you'll discover tortilla chips piled so high it's like Jenga for chips. While El Cortez cultivates an Aztec temple/Mexico City vibe, their Williamsburg restaurant, The Commodore has more of a stuck on an island/shipwreck feeling. But both places know that frozen drinks and addictive bar snacks are of the upmost importance.—Emily Elyse Miller of Trends on Trends (@trendsontrends_) and F&W's Around the World Network. This Bushwick bar and restaurant really knows what the people want: colorful tiki drinks and food that is mostly covered in cheese. After a few drinks, the nachos are a shining beacon.

March 31, 2016

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