If Florida isn’t your go-to for all things deliciousness, then you have been seriously missing out. No really, the Sunshine State is a veritable smörgåsbord with something for everyone. But some of the best bites Florida has to offer are the ones that make you work for it. We’re talking massive, colossal, ginormous treats that you might just end up having to share with friends. If you’re up for the challenge, then definitely check out these Florida restaurants with giant foods.

From desserts that will satiate your sweet tooth and then some, to substantial savory dishes, this is a trip that will take planning. You’ll need to be tactical, have a solid game plan, and unshakable appetite to conquer these dishes.

Afterward, you can wash it all down with these massive drinks, to boot.

No one will blame you if you can’t finish all this goodness in one sitting, so bring some friends and share the love, or stash it away as leftovers for later. There’s no wrong way to enjoy these giant, delicious foods, but you’ll probably want to remember to take before and after pictures, just to prove it happened.

So, put on some comfy pants and come hungry to these delicious foodie spots.

Midtown Creamery

Address: 2690 NE 2nd Ave., Miami, FL

Why You Need To Go: If you’re still craving ice cream after this Nutella quart bucket of goodness, we don’t know what to tell you. Go back for seconds? Yes, definitely go back for seconds.

Barton G.

Address: 1427 West Ave., Miami Beach, FL

Why You Need To Go: If the bucket of Nutella ice cream wasn’t enough for you, Barton G has your back with ice cream “cones” that are probably bigger than you are. Good luck.

Sarussi Café Subs

Address: 9836 SW. 40th St., Miami, FL, or 6797 SW. 8th St., Miami, FL

Why You Need To Go: If you haven’t crashed from the sugar rush yet, then head over to Sarussi Café and grab yourself a 16-inch Cuban original sandwich.

Munchies 420 Café

Address: 6639 Superior Ave., Sarasota, FL

Why You Need To Go: Gnarly, dude! Whether you pregamed or not, these 11-inch overflowing sandwiches are always yummy. They offer some "dankalicious" chicken nugs too.

Sandbar Sports Grill

Address: 4301 Ocean Beach Blvd., Cocoa Beach, FL

Why You Need To Go: Is it a baby? Is it a burrito? It’s a 5-pound burrito baby and it’s about to be in your tummy. Share it with friends or see if you can conquer the challenge and devour it yourself in under an hour.

Soupa Noodle Bar

Address: 4549 Southside Blvd Suite 205, Jacksonville, FL

Why You Need To Go: Comfort food never looked so good, or tasted or so good, or took so long to finish. This noodle bowl is probably bigger than your face, but it’s worth every slurp. The original location can be found in Orlando.

Sugar Factory Tampa

Address: 5223 Orient Rd, Tampa, FL inside of The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino

Why You Need To Go: Probably the happiest, most colorful sundae you’ll see and attempt to devour, Sugar Factory’s desserts are more like meals all on their own. They serve huge smoking cocktail goblets filled with candies too.

Pace yourself, there's too much deliciousness to miss out on! Which monster bites will you devour first?