ESPN stopped by NIDO to get the scoop on what it means to be a Cavs fan in Warriors country.
Well we did it again. NIDO was featured in Michael Bauer's annual list of Top 100 Bay Area Restaurants for the second year in a row.
Surrounded by concrete pylons of Interstate 880, a gasoline station and semi-industrial buildings, Nido doesn’t look like a place where you’d find farm-to-table Mexican cooking. However, one bite of Silvia McCollow’s food and you quickly recognize her meticulous approach.
The industrial area west of the I-880 freeway doesn't boast many good restaurants, but this hidden Mexican gem is an exception.
Coming in at #6 with our delicious Pollo Sobado con Mole Negro, we're happy to say we've been featured on 7x7's definitive list of 50 Things to Taste Before You Die:
After years of putting together the annual Big Eat San Francisco, in 2014 we expanded our famous culinary listicle across the Bay Bridge. From the chilaquiles at Grand Lake Kitchen to Hopscotch's Yonsei Oyster, here are 50 things you need to try in the Town before you die.
San Jose Mercury News:
It is one of the first truly fall-like days this year, cool and a little windy. Gray clouds, heavy with moisture veil the sunrise. And a steady but short-lived shower greets Silvia McCollow as she arrives at the Grand Lake farmers market shortly before 8 a.m.
"Some women shop for purses and shoes. I buy produce."