The name conjures up the following image:
And, I would argue that in theory, the walking taco is an OK option for a concession stand.
Here are the ingredients suggested when searching online:
Seasoned ground beef, lettuce, cheese, refried beans, sour cream, taco chips and hot sauce.
If what was coming out of the concession stand looked like this list above (although I would argue trading out the fritos for plain tortilla chips), I really wouldn’t have a problem and would be okay with this being lunch. You could serve it out of the same ‘boat’ that you serve nachos and cheese – to make it WALKING.
The problem I have is that the concession stand version looks like this:
See, you have to serve it in INSIDE the fritos bag to get the WALKING part – the portable part. Easy container, no additional cost, you can walk around with it, etc. etc.
Not always, but TYPICALLY, the cheese and meat are both pumped out of nacho cheese-like machines, see samples below. That way you can buy the meat and cheese prepackaged from a food supply store.