The Heart Attack Grill

The Heart Attack Grill

Home of the Double Bypass Burger™

 

Half of the Veggie Delite sub
Half of the Veggie Delite sub

Sick and tired of regular hamburgers with little melted cheese and no bacon? Tired of salad bars with old lettuce and spoiled tomatoes? Bored of that Veggie Delite™ half sub at Subway™? Sick of that non-fat, sodium-free fries? Well apparently the Heart Attack Grill is the answer to your dietary problems.

 

Surfing the web I found this peculiar restaurant which is located in Chandler, Arizona (USA) where customers are referred to as “patients”, orders as “prescriptions” and the waitresses as “nurses”, although “naughty nurses” might be more appropriated, they’ve got the outfit and everything.

 

 

A tag is put on the “patient’s” wrist showing which foods they ordered and a “doctor” performs an auscultation on the “patients” with a stethoscope.

 

Double bypass
The Heart Attack Grill nurses (waitresses) featuring the double bypass burger™ (just for lightweights really)

The menu features single, double, triple and quadruple Bypass Burgers, Flatliner Fries™ (cooked in pure lard a.k.a. pig fat), no filter cigarettes, soft drinks and beer.  The Diet Coke™ is definitely out of the menu (sorry girls).

 

Recommended by the American College of Cardiology

The Heart Attack Grill offers free food to customers who wheight over 350 lbs. (approximately 160 kg.).  The restaurant’s motto is “Taste worth dying for”.

 

 

Also the restaurant provides an additional service to customers who finish a Triple Bypass Burger™ or a Quadruple Bypass Burger™, they get to be pushed in a wheelchair to their car.

 

So, hey! Next time you’re in Chandler, Arizona and feel really hungry try one of this bad boys and let us know what you think.  Here’s the address: 6185 W Chandler Boulevard, Chandler AZ 85226. They don’t have a phone so if you have a medical emergency call 911 (in the USA).

 

 The Quadruple Bypass Burger

 

Notice: The Heart Attack Grill and the Quadruple Bypass Burger™ are not recommended by the American College of Cardiology, nor the American Heart Association.

 

February 19th, 2010.

 

TRC

6 comments

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