Located in Southgate, Michigan, this restaurant takes Taco Tuesday to a whole new level with its gigantic 2-pound tacos.

Mallie's Sports Grill & Bar specializes in giant food creations including tacos and burgers.

There is nothing that satisfies my hunger pains more than tacos. If I could get away with it, I would eat tacos every single day of my life. However, I'm not sure if I could handle one that weighs 2 pounds...I sure would give it a shot though.

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By the looks of it, this giant taco just might be the most impressive thing I've ever seen. I mean, seriously look at that beast of a taco.

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The 2-pound taco comes with beef or chicken, topped with lettuce, tomato, onions, jalapenos, and tex-mex cheese, served with salsa and sour cream. Each taco is $15 but if you can eat three, they're free. I'm sure one would be just plenty for me.

Mallie's Sports Grill & Bar is only about an hour and twenty minutes from the Flint area. It would be the perfect Saturday afternoon road trip with friends. Shoot down there, grab a giant taco, and wash it down with some ice-cold beers. Damn, that sounds good right now.

Seriously, I'm ready to tackle one of those suckers right now.

A couple of my buddies tried their giant tacos recently, they said they're as good as they look.

Mallies might sound familiar to you because they were featured on Man v. Food on The Travel Channel back in 2009 with their 190-pound burger.

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