For the people who are mainly attending Super Bowl parties for the food (yes, we know you're out there), this 12-pound taco is for you.
Cantina Rooftop's huge taco can serve six to eight people, so you can either share the dish with your friends or use it as the perfect opportunity to see who can finish the taco by themselves.
The "GMA" team put this challenge to the test. We discovered that the key to devouring this giant dish is to break apart the giant taco shell into smaller chips that you could use to scoop up everything inside.
In the end, we struggled to finish the taco on our own, but hey, leftovers are a good thing!
"We wanted to bring something fun that the customers could have fun with," Cantina Rooftop chef Saul Montiel told "Good Morning America."
"In Mexico, we have a saying that if we share something it will taste better, so we started with a six-inch taco and then we went to 10, 12."
The Big Ass Taco, as it's been named, consists of crispy flour tortilla, choice of beef or chicken, lettuce, sour cream, pico de gallo, chihuahua cheese, avocado, morita sauce, avocado sauce, pickled onions and queso fresco.
Montiel serves the taco every Tuesday at Cantina Rooftop. Cost is $65.
Can you handle this taco takedown?