Henderson's Nacho Daddy is expanding downtown. Setting up home half a block from the canary yellow Denny's at Neonopolis, the self-described "American Grill with Mexican flair" will expand to Fourth Street and include a patio, bar and the "ultimate nacho experience."
Their original Eastern Avenue location was close enough to the Zappos headquarters to generate a steady clientele of Zappos workers, including boss Tony Hsieh, who was identified as the restaurant's silent partner by the New York Times. The Zappos complex is in the process of relocating into downtown's former City Hall, two blocks north from the new Nacho Daddy location.
The 3,643 square-foot space will allocate 401 square feet of outdoor seating on the Neonopolis facing, Fourth Street side. The south side of Nacho Daddy faces an alley and a roll up garage door will reveal the bar and restaurant interior. A 20-seat private dining room can be created behind glass bi-fold doors.
A large square bar has room for 38 seats and 84 can fit into the dining room in total. A "To Go" window will be created for Fourth Street pedestrians.
Hsieh's Downtown Project bought the former 99c Mini Mart location in March 2012 for $1.1 million, joining the huge portfolio of properties being redeveloped through his $250 million revitalization plan for the downtown district. Even before construction begins, they are scheduled to open from 8 a.m. to 2 a.m. daily.
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