Normally I don't like to eat things bigger than a big rig tire (and here's why), but in the case of Hot's Cantina's glorious nachos ... I'll happily make an exception. Pile them on oh lord-of-the-nachos, because I brought two of my buddies and we shall not be intimidated. Seriously, for like $15 you can't get a better deal-per-square-inch. It's not just the massive proportion that makes this mound-of-greatness incredible, the taste is out of this world. Homemade, thick, seriously-crunchy chips get layers-upon-layers of bean dip, cheese, guacamole, chicken, steak, cilantro, a sour cream drizzle, and. ... the Good Grub's personal favorite .... halved cherry tomatoes doing the backstroke through the deep end of the flavor pool. I think this is the point where, for legal reasons, I have to point out that the Nachos are just a starter... because when you start to dive into the massive list of unique, flavor-packed tacos, there's officially no turning back. They've got all the traditional taco varieties, but then they've got loads of great original creations and exotic varieties. Just skimming down the list, you can't help but be drawn into the "slammin' alabamin'," the spicy tuna taco, the steak and potato, and the Hawaiian. Or maybe you'll get real nuts and tackle the alligator or shark concoctions. My favorite has to be "Your Mom's favorite"... how did Hot's know Mama Grub likes Kobe ground beef? Just make sure you can handle some spice, because they have plenty of no-hot-sauce-required-are-you-freaking-kidding-me-these-are-spicy tacos. But to be honest, this is the kind of place where you can point to the taco menu blindfolded and you won't be disappointed. Because when the Grub is good, you can't go wrong... and Hot's Cantina has some serious Good Grub.