nice I want a burger like that one.
The Heart Attack Grill is a Phoenix, Arizona burger restaurant that has become internationally known for incredibly large unhealthy hamburgers and due to being criticized by the Arizona Board of Nursing and Baltimore-based Center for Nursing Advocacy for putting its waitresses in naughty nurse uniforms. Located at 6185 W Chandler Boulevard (Kyrene Blvd & Chandler Road) in Chandler, Arizona.
The Heart Attack Grill was founded in 2005 by Jon Basso, with the quoted intent of serving "nutritional pornography", food "so bad for you it's shocking".The menu includes "Single", "Double", "Triple", and "Quadruple Bypass" hamburgers, ranging from half a pound to two pounds of beef, "Flatliner Fries" (cooked in pure lard), cigarettes, beer and liquor, and soft drinks. The names imply coronary artery bypass surgery, referring to the danger of developing atherosclerosis from the food's high proportion of saturated fat and hugely excessive caloric content. The Quadruple Bypass burger has 8,000 calories. Customers who finish a Triple or Quadruple Bypass burger are pushed in wheelchairs to their cars by the waitresses.
The Heart Attack Grill is a hospital theme restaurant. Basso calls himself "Dr. Dickhead", and dresses himself in a white doctor's lab coat. Customers are referred to as "patients", orders as "prescriptions", and the waitresses as "nurses".
The waitresses' nurse costumes and behavior have caused the most controversy. The waitresses wear crosses on their nurse hats, thigh-high fishnet stockings, short skirts, and low-cut tops. On occasion, they sit at the table with customers while they eat, role-play as nurses, or even jump into the arms of their customers.
ah...damn my blind post whoringVentolin said:Thats in Arizona.. not in Texas I haven't been there, its not my photos.
I'm inpocketmidget said:If you guys want to do a road trip to this; I would love to.