Do you remember the first time you ate a nacho? For Chef Scott Schwartz, it was 1977 in San Antonio, Texas. He and his family packed up and drove from Atlanta to the Lone Star state to visit his uncle. His uncle suggested that they go out for Mexican food, because it was something new to Schwartz and his family. He was seven years old, and little did he know what he was eating that night was classic Tex-Mex. The meal left a lasting impression that he describes as the night of “the perfect nacho.” Singular, because Tex-Mex nachos are built individually with each nacho thoughtfully composed to form the perfect bite. Schwartz spent forty years chasing the “perfect nacho,” and opened El Jefe to share his love of Tex-Mex with you.