Monday, June 15, 2009

Heart Attack Grill

I heard the owner of Heart Attack Grill on the radio today and had to share this place with you. It was the first time I had heard of it. It's a hospital themed fast food restaurant in Arizona. They have "nurses" who fill "patients prescriptions".

The menu includes a quadruple bypass burger that is two pounds of beef and 8000 calories. They also serve fries cooked in pure lard, sell unfiltered cigarettes, beer, liquor, and Mexican Coke made with real sugar.

They have a scale in the middle of the restaurant and any customers over 350 lb eat for free if they weigh in with a doctor or nurse before each burger. They have seven to eight regulars....



4 comments:

Chef Sherlock-Food Detective said...

check out CBS Sunday morning Bill Geist ate there and did a cover story this weekend I am sure you can archive it, youll find him and the piece quite humerous..

ChadC said...

OMG - that's disgusting, but awesome in a strange way.

Charles Arellano said...

Is this grill still on its operation? lovenox prices are still not increasing, especially if you'll buy online. I bet customers can still enjoy their meals at Heart Attack Grill without worrying much about the literal "heart attack" with lovenox.

Lin Manhart said...

That's one way of advertising one's restaurant. Well, it clearly says that they are not catering to vegans and the health conscious.