At Boca Tacos, Chef Maria Mazon grinds chiltepin – pea-sized, wicked-hot chiles that grow wild in southern Arizona – into her unique and ever-changing salsas. The salsas are served with signature made-to-order red tortilla chips. The restaurant also houses a true wonder called The Titanic Taco Dog. This five-pound taco is piled high with pinto beans, a salsa made from cactus buds and 10 bacon-wrapped hot dogs.
Henry's is a popular spot because of its big portions of classic Southern food but The Hungriest Bennet takes this idea to another level. The 12 1/2 pound Herculean hash brown casserole features shrimp and grits, country fried steak and cheesy waffles all drenched in thick gravy.
At Black Sheep, classic Southern charm combines with a spicy Asian kick. The Korean short ribs are a popular dish, but the legendary Riduckulous Banh Mi is what takes centerstage. The five-foot baguette is stuffed with succulent duck meatloaf and multiple veggie toppings.
At Greek Village Grille, they construct an offering worthy of the gods with their 10-pound Mount Olympus Gyro, which combines lamb, beef, chicken and pork piled onto an enormous pita topped with tomato, onion and house-made tzatziki sauce. For dessert, try the decadent chocolate baklava.