Dos Hombres' menu takes your tongue on a journey through Mexico without subjecting it to long debates on the current state of international free-trade agreements or pressuring it to buy a time-share. Start with an order of Dos Hombres' original espinaca con queso dip, a cheesy blend of spinach and jalapeños ($7.99), or the nachos supreme ($7.99) smothered in refried beans, melted cheese, jalapeños, and your choice of meat. Dos Hombres' hearty combination dinners manifest themselves in traditional and creative configurations, such as the puffy tacos ($10.99), which swaddle traditional taco meat in three tortillas before taking a dip in the deep fryer and getting sprinkled with taco toppings. The monster 30th-anniversary burrito ($10.99)—filled with spicy pork, refried beans, rice, and sour cream, then topped with enchilada and queso sauce and even more pork—lets you defy the laws of physics by eating something larger than your own head. Additional à la carte offerings let you add a little color to your dining experience with soft tacos ($3.29), jalapeño slices (79¢), and pico de gallo ($1.49).