There are many reasons to love Nachomama's, the Mexican restaurant in Rock Hill (9643 Manchester Road) that's sort of a cross between a taqueria and an American fast-food joint. The tortilla chips served in flower pots. The hot salsa. The soft taco platter. (I prefer the beef, personally.)
Today, however, I come to praise not Nachomama's food, but its décor. Though I've visited it many, many times, today was the first time I noticed that on its ceiling is a mural featuring a giant bottle of Bud Dry.
Don't remember Bud Dry? Or only vaguely? You're probably not alone. It's still brewed, apparently -- dry-brewed, that is; check out its ratings on Beer Advocate -- but never advertised. This will correct that:
(Recognize the woman in the ad?)
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