As a rule, restaurants with self-aggrandizing names don't live up to those monikers: No. 1 Chinese Super Buffet didn't actually win a food tournament, and Wing King doesn't even own "wingking.com". Actually delivering on its fat promise, Nacho Daddy's. A sporty, ketchup and mustard walled pub armed with sixteen flat-screens, cherry wood tables, and an umbrella'd patio, Nacho Daddy's serves up a low-cost, rock-referencing southwestern menu of superior quality, surprising considering their name conjures up images of cartoon jalapenos playing electric guitar (tragically appropriate, since that is their logo). The signature dish is the "Nacho Daddy", heaped with chili, queso, vine-ripe-tomato'd pico, beans, peppers, and choice of beef, tilapia, BBQ chicken, shrimp, or portobellos; other highlights include "The Champ" quesadilla (tequila-lime chicken, Monterey Jack & cheddar), "Rock The Casbah Shrimp" (flash fried, w/ firecracker dip sauce), and $2.49 tacos like "Happiness is a Beef Taco" -- drowned in "Daddy's Queso", and the delusion that a taco can heal the wounds left by your deadbeat dad. Daddy also has burgers (the "Ay Caramba" w/ guac & jalapenos), sandwiches (Philly, Reuben, "The Big Fish" w/ fried or grilled tilapia), wings (10-50, in 8 sauces), and entrees from "The Greatest" BBQ ribs to the roasted 1/2 bird "Sympathy for the Chicken" -- a feast for a king, but a pun worthy of the Rolling Groans. Daddy's drinks include beer, wine, vodka "bombs" (Three Olives cherry, grape, and root beer vodkas + Playboy Energy Drink), and special cocktails like the Jeremiah Weed Sweet Tea Vodka-fueled "Gold Medal Swimmer" -- though if it truly lived up to golden-swimmer standards, it would just be made with weed.