Heart Attack Grill is a unique restaurant located in Las Vegas, a city in the United States known for serving the “unhealthiest” food in the world!
It brags about serving massive-sized food items—full of huge amounts of calories, sugar, fat, and cholesterol, which can increase the risk of a heart attack.
This is the place where obesity is celebrated and people above the weight of 350 LBS or 160 kg can eat free of cost.
It was awarded the Guinness Book of World Records for “the world’s most calorific burger”, in 2013 for its Quadruple Bypass Burger with a whopping 9,982 calories.
The Unique Hospital Theme
The restaurant is themed around a hospital, in which waiters and waitresses dress like doctors and nurses. The customers are called patients and their orders are known as prescriptions.
The customers are greeted with the phrase “admit you” and are given white hospital gowns to wear while ordering and eating at the restaurant.
The Heart Attack Grill Challenge
The restaurant runs a challenge called the “Heart Attack Grill Challenge” in which a patient (customer) has to finish the entire Quadruple Bypass Burger, and if he fails, he is spanked publicly by a waitress with a paddle!
A Taste Worth Dying For!
The Heart Attack Grill truly justifies its motto “taste worth dying for” as it has witnessed cases of customers dying while eating the huge bypass burgers!
So, if you are a junk-food lover and do not worry about counting calories while eating, then Heart Attack Grill is the perfect place for you, where you can eat to your heart’s content!
But, if you are not, then beware of getting spanked in public!
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