If you've ever wanted to taco 'bout a way to enjoy your favorite Mexican food snacks in an even healthier way, this eatery has you covered. Tacotarian in Las Vegas is home to the world's biggest Vegan taco, and it is a whole lot of yum. You can now add this bad boy to your bucket list for a fun food challenge — or just try it because it's delicious.

If you've been waiting for the chance to indulge in some genuinely Vegan eats, this spot will fill all your cravings.

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Tacotarian has two locations in Las Vegas, Nevada, and offers an entirely plant-based menu full of epic combinations and mouthwatering options.

Their giant taco is a local legend, and you can try it for only $11.95.

It comes filled with your pick of Vegan meat, french fries, lettuce, refried beans, nacho cheese, and is topped off with a variety of salsa.

The restaurant told Narcity this massive delight is 14 inches long and seven inches tall. Woah.

Their other menu items include street tacos, burritos, soups, and salads.

You can also purchase their special, which donates the proceeds from your order to a different charity every month.

What could be better than filling your stomach and your soul with tasty goodness that gives back?

If you've been craving tacos, why not skip the small orders and go right for the biggest helping you can get?

This epically proportioned snack will give you bragging rights for days, and if you don't finish it in one go, you'll have the best leftovers to indulge in.

The restaurant's locations are open from 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Monday - Sunday.

If you visit their downtown location, you can even order a colorful margarita flight to go with your bites.

For anyone who loves a Vegan diet, giant tacos, Mexican eats, or all of the above, this spot is sure to have you coming back again and again.


Price: 💸

Cuisine: Plant-Based Mexican

Address: Multiple Locations

Why You Need To Go: You can order this massive Vegan taco for all the tasty bragging rights.