In Cisco IOS, this is a monumental pain in the ass if you have a lot of interfaces, typically you’re searching the running config by eye or, if you know how to script, you can send the output to text and filter it the information to get what you need. However, all that sucks because in NX-OS you can just do this
show access-lists summary
The output will give you not only what access-lists is tied to what interface, but also the direction the ACL is applied to. You’ll see the configured section and the active session. Just remember, you can configure the ACL on the interface, but if the interface is not IP enabled, or just plain down, it will not be listed in the active section.