In 1994, a crazy Irishman decided to open a Mexican restaurant in a Polish neighborhood. He was a young guy with a big dream and only enough start-up money for a pizza shop, yet he was stubborn enough to make the dream work.
The Pizza and Wing Factory was up and running and there was a vacant space next door. The crazy Irishman, named Scunny, allowed the flow from his carryout customers to sit on picnic tables next door and to B.Y.O.B. in the space that was soon to become Nacho Mama’s.