Ever wanted to eat pizza at a tequila bar? Chacho’s got you covered.
One of Chapel Street’s newest additions, Chacho’s offers a different kind of spin on a tried-and-true classic. With Mexican touches in both its decor, food, and drinks—Chacho’s is becoming a quick favourite among Chapel St newbies and veterans alike.
The Chacho’s pizza menu is pretty impressive. Not only because it hails from a Mexican restaurant, but the sheer quality and variety of the pizza has a lot of people coming back for more. And with chef Dan Pegg (Lazerpig) at the kitchen’s helm, it’s pretty much a given that your taste buds will leave Chacho’s happy.
From the more interesting creations like the El Seta (ricotta, 24-hour marinated mushroom, fior di latte, enoki, smoked scamorza and thyme), or the Holy Mole (mole base topped with mozzarella, shredded slow-cooked pork and pickled red onion) to the more classic Margherita, there’s something for everyone.
Chacho’s main appeal is just that: it has something for everyone. If you’re not a fan of pizza, you can choose between a few tasty botanas (Mexican for “snacks”) that includes nachos, grilled corn (topped with chilli, parmesan, lime and tequila salt), and a smattering of salads.
The same applies to Chacho’s drinks menu: whether you’re a tequila, mezcal, wine, or beer person (or would like to keep it to a mocktail on a Monday night), you can pick from a range of cocktails, mocktails, wines, local and imported beers—there’s plenty to choose from. (But if you ask us, we’re big fans of the tequila/pizza combo).
Regardless whether or not you’re a Windsor denizen, Chacho’s is definitely worth a try. It’s open every day from 5 pm until late, so you’ve got no excuse.
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