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June 14, 2009

Heart Attack Grill

I'd heard of the Heart Attack Grill before it turned up on hte TV this morning. I think they very idea of the Heart Attack Grill is wonderful. To cook the most calorific food possible and let people decide to eat it or not as they wish.

Good grief, I mean, at the Heart Attack Grill they even cook the fries in pork lard. Which actually is going a little over the top as the best results are achieved with beef tallow, but that's their choice.

CBS recently covered a story on a restaurant called, "Heart Attack Grill" in Tempe, Arizona. They offer the “Quadruple Bypass Hamburger," which boasts a whopping 8,000 calories. You won’t get a T-shirt for finishing it, but they will offer you a ride to your car in a wheelchair if you’re just too full and bloated to walk.

Keep in mind that the average number of calories that an active, healthy man should get on a daily basis is 2,500; for a woman it’s no more than 2,000. For the whole day

Sounds great, doesn't it? Of course, that article is very snooty: how could you eat like this? Well, the answer is that no one at all is suggesting that you should eat like this every day and an occasional blowout doesn't do anyone any harm.

Heart Attack Grill | Heart Attack Grill Fast Food Restaurant | Heart Attack Grill Restaurant in Chandler, Arizona | Heart Attack Grill Nurses | Hospital Theme Restaurant | www.heartattackgrill.com heart attack grill nurses, heart attack grill locations, the heart attack grill, chandler az The Heart Attack Grill is a fast food hamburger restaurant in Arizona, USA. It has courted controversy by serving unashamedly high-calorie menu items with controversial names. The establishment is a hospital theme restaurant: waitresses (”nurses”) take orders (”prescriptions”) from the customers (”patients”). A tag is put on the patient’s wrist showing which foods they ordered and a “doctor” examines the “patients” with a stethoscope.

The whole experience at the Heart Attack Grill just sounds like a hoot, doesn't it? Click through that link to see the video of the place itself.

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