We then moved to the Mexican stand but were unable to try one of the odder options we've heard is coming — the Quasi-dilla, some sort of hamburger-quesadilla combination that probably heralds the apocalypse. If anyone has tried it, we'd love to know what you thought.
But anyway, if chips are a must, go with the grande nachos instead of the “snack” variety that is $2 less. The chips are piled generously, though they’re bland, but the toppings make things pop. Jalapenos (a common ingredient) are hot, but tomatoes, onions and sour cream add cooling variety to the flavor. The meat starts out a little dry, though, and everything starts to get suspect if you don't down it all quickly.