If the 85-foot-tall pink tower façade isn’t enough to pique your interest, then its size surely will. Boasting 52,000 square feet, Casa Bonita is a Mexican-themed restaurant and family entertainment destination. It’s not just the space that’s big, either. Brace yourself for a meal of epic proportions — all-you-can-eat beef enchiladas are served in a pirate cavern beneath a 22-karat gold leaf dome featuring a statue of Quahuatomec, the last Aztec emperor. Eating dinner is just the beginning, even if it is next to a 30-foot-high Acapulco-inspired waterfall. Enjoy cowboy shootouts and cliff-diver shows in the company of 1,000 other guests. Casa Bonita makes us think that the phrase “go big or go home” started in Mexico.