I’m wrapping up work on Wednesday when I realized I did not have any content prepared for Friday’s post, so this was a pretty last minute Happy Hour. I’m currently writing this the night before it goes live on Friday. I started scrolling through Door Dash to see what deals were available in the area.

DoorDash App

After scrolling for quite a while, I came across a name that intrigued me, Krazy Nacho Fries. How can you not want to try a place called Krazy Nacho Fries? It combines two of the best things someone could want, fries and nachos. Plus, when you see that crazy is using a k, you know there’s going to be some exciting options. Along with the fact that they were offering an extra 20%, it was a no brainer.

Margarita Ingredients?

I typically don’t drink during the weekdays, but I didn’t have any more past cocktails that I have made so I had to improvise. The idea came from my neighbor a while back ago when I had mentioned I had Jose Cuervo Añejo and Hennessy. He said I could make a Hennessy Margarita with those ingredients. I went ahead and gave it my best go.

Hennessy Margarita

  • 2 oz Hennessy

  • 1.5 oz Triple Sec

  • 1.5 oz Tequila

  • 3 oz Margarita mix

Hennessy Margarita

After giving a shake of my cocktail with all of these ingredients, the above was the result. It is not the prettiest looking drink compared to some of my past creations. Unfortunately, this experiment did not turn out well. Maybe my first experience with cognac shouldn’t have been in a margarita. I know, right? I can’t believe it myself, to be honest. I wish I can give suggestions on what you could do to improve this, but I don’t know if it can develop in any way.

Taco Time

The main meal I had ordered did not exceed $12 to get free delivery, so I figured it was Taco Time! I decided that I wouldn’t get your traditional taco like carne asada or carnitas. I thought this would be the chance to try a potato taco. I had a chorizo and potato taco when I visited Guadalajara back in February, but I have never had a pure potato taco.

Potato Taco

Since this was my first time having a potato taco, I just had to open it up. Opening up the taco was a tremendous mistake. The inside of the taco was very unappetizing to look upon, and I wish I had not done so. I am still someone that will give anything a try no matter the look of it because the eyes could be wrong. Yet this was not the case this time. The taco shell was very greasy with parts that were so hard and some soft textures. The flavor of the potato mash was nothing to jump in joy over.

Volcano Fries

After that disappointing appetizer, it was off to the main event. There is a wide variety of nacho fries to choose from, but for me, the one that popped off the screen was one named Volcano Fries. When ordering, you have the option of selecting from regular fries or curly fries. Of course, I had to choose the curly fries to mix things up. Once I received the order, I was disappointed that they didn’t separate the wet ingredients from the dry ones as they did with my chowder fries from SlapFish. The damp element, in this case, was the deep red enchilada sauce that flowed throughout the dish, which to my disappointment, did not live up to the name of Volcano since, in my mind, volcanoes are hot. I do appreciate the amount of carne asada that they mounted on top of the fries. If I did not know the name of the dish, I might have assumed this was a carne asada entree. I did enjoy the flavor, but because of the sauce, it drew out the crispiness of the fries, which I think is critical.

This DoorDash experience was not ideal, but when one plans something last minute, it sometimes does not turn out the best.

Website: Krazy Nacho Fries







When it comes to last-minute decisions, it can either succeed or fail. I would like to know what your best or worst experience was from ordering or deciding on a place last minute.

Let me know down below in the comments and be sure to share with friends and family that would enjoy this Happy Hour.

May the adventures continue! Cheers!



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