Hospital-Themed Restaurant Serves 'Patients' Quadruple Bypass Burgers, Flatliner Fries
Monday , June 22, 2009
A hospital-themed restaurant in Arizona is being criticized for serving an extremely unhealthy menu, including massive burgers, and having waitresses dressed in sexy nurses outfits.
Even before entering the Heart Attack Grill customers are warned of the unhealthy food waiting inside by a large sign reading “Caution: This place is bad for your health.”
On the menu are burgers named after open-heart surgical procedures including Single, Double, Triple and Quadruple Bypass Burgers, which range from half a pound to two pounds of beef. Also included are the unlimited Flatliner Fries, which are cooked in lard along will full sugar cola, cigarettes without filters, hard liquor and beer.
The Quadruple Bypass Burger contains around 8,000 calories, which is fitting for a restaurant whose motto is “a taste worth dying for.”
Those who are watching what they eat need not bother visiting – there are no diet options available.
Customers are called “patients” and are given bands for identification at the restaurant. Wheelchair service is provided to customers who finish the Quadruple Bypass Burger, where the "nurse" of their choice takes them back to their car.