7-pound burritos featured on the Food Network crowd plates alongside tacos, enchiladas, and slow-cooked carne guisada
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Marianito's owners Felix and Judy Ximenez break culinary norms by supersizing classic Tex-Mex fare that has lured in visitors from as far away as Japan and the Middle East. The eatery's signature dish, a 7-pound burrito called the Extreme Grizzly, poses a challenge that, as of 2011, had only seen three victors—finish the behemoth in an hour and it's free. Once done with their meal, eaters can scribble poetic musings or a funny caricature of their enchilada on the restaurant's Hancock-ready wall.
Be careful of their burrito selection, I had the smallest one and it's larger than most! Nice place, good food. I almost passed it up, because the Marianito's sign is small and there's a large "151 Pub" sign on the side of the building. It's located right next to Rudy's BBQ.
ROBERT B. ·
June 8, 2014
It is good food and friendly people. Only thing it was a bit far but after all it it is worth it.