When it comes to Mexican food, Tacos tend to get all of the praise. They even have their own day of the week. But, lets be honest, there is a dish that can be crafted with such love that you don't mind getting your hands dirty in order to indulge: Nachos.

And recently, the website Eat This, Not That mashed compiled a list of Nachos around the US that you have to try, and while the toppings on each of these dishes are very different, they all have one thing in common: they've left us DROOLING.

Here are some of the best choices from across the country, and the Nachos you have to try right here in Grand Rapids.

El Barrio

Birmingham, AL

El Barrio via Facebook
El Barrio via Facebook
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There's just something extra sweet about the nachos at El Barrio in Birminham, and it's Plantains. If you're looking for a twist on a classic, these are worth the trip.

Bar Amá

Los Angelas, CA

Bar Ama via Facebook
Bar Ama via Facebook
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These "Super Nachos" have earned their name, and if you want to have them at home, they also sell a "to go" kit so you can assemble them fresh as soon as you arrive at your destination.

The Blarney Stone

Both North and South Dakota

Blarney Stone via Facebook
Blarney Stone via Facebook
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You may think that Nachos are exclusive to Mexican places, but the Blarney Stone offers breakfast nachos that will make you reconsider them being the ultimate pub food.

Sweet Liberty

Miami, Florida

Sweet Liberty via Facebook
Sweet Liberty via Facebook
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You may think that nachos aren't supposed to be fancy, but these question everything when it comes to that. They have hints of pomegranate and jalapeno ready to take your taste buds on a trip.

Tacoria

New Jersey

Tacoria via Facebook
Tacoria via Facebook
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Nachos are for every meal, and these Nutella Nachos from Tacoria make us want to skip the meal and have dessert first.

And last but not least, our city's contribution to the list...

Brewery Vivant

Grand Rapids, Mi

Brewery Vivant via Facebook
Brewery Vivant via Facebook
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The brewery's executive chef said that the nachos were originally intended as a one-off weekend special, but seeing the response, the owners decided to add them to the menu. And after seeing them, we get why they stayed.

What is your favorite place in West Michigan to get Nachos? Leave us some ideas of places to try in the comments!

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