What is it? A bag of Doritos with taco ingredients (ground beef, shredded lettuce, shredded cheese and pico de gallo) tossed in.
Where is it? Tad’s Bodacious Burrito at the main food court at Century II
How much is it? $7
Should I eat it? Yes. The novelty of eating a deconstructed taco out of a bag of Nacho Cheese Doritos is enough to sell the dish; it also helps that the ground beef is well-seasoned and otherwise yummy. The Doritos chips, near the bottom of the taco, were rather soggy before I got to them, but the nacho cheese seasoning did well to help flavor everything else around them. Just be wary of actually walking around with this dish – it’s perhaps best eaten sitting down.
▪ Kids Day, all afternoon Monday and Tuesday
This year, Riverfest is putting more focus on kids on Monday and Tuesday afternoons. There will be clowns, jugglers, magicians, balloon twisters and more. There is a Kids Karaoke Party scheduled for 3 p.m. Monday at the RedGuard Stage.
▪ Gospelfest, 5-9:30 p.m., Kennedy Plaza Stage
Gospel fans: Head on over to Riverfest on Monday evening for a smorgasbord of gospel music. A community choir will kick off this celebration of praise, which culminates in a performance by gospel star Jonathon Nelson.