Heart Attack Grill – Can You Eat a Burger With 4 lb of Meat?

Petr Novák

In today’s Instagram era, there’s a demand for photoshopped bodies, salads with cucumbers on the plate, and a permanent residence at the fitness center. American Jon Basso seems to have seen through this trend and opened a restaurant that… operates on exactly the opposite principle.

The restaurant offers the most unhealthy food and treats guests as patients who get spanked by sexy nurse-waitresses for not finishing their meals. Naturally, the restaurant is located in the USA’s entertainment hub – Las Vegas.

Heart Attack Grill, Las Vegas | © Petr Novák

Table of Contents
  1. Menu at Heart Attack Grill: Burger with 4.00 lb of Meat and Fries Fried in Lard
  2. Location of the Heart Attack Grill Restaurant in Las Vegas
  3. Photos of Heart Attack Grill in Las Vegas

Menu at Heart Attack Grill: Burger with 4.00 lb of Meat and Fries Fried in Lard

The first Heart Attack Grill opened in 2005 in Chandler, Arizona, and a second branch opened in May 2011 in Dallas, Texas. Both branches closed shortly after the company’s 575 lb spokesperson passed away. Not long after, another regular patron and fan of the restaurant also passed away, and another had a heart attack on the premises.

Despite these setbacks, the owner didn’t abandon his concept and opened a new restaurant in a location designed for such eccentric eateries – in the heart of downtown Las Vegas. Putting aside the unhealthy nature of the food, one must admit that from a business standpoint, the whole concept is clever to the point of genius.

  1. The restaurant is situated in Las Vegas, a city known for its high concentration of extreme entertainment and attractions. Casinos, adrenaline-fueled attractions on the roof of a skyscraper, and crowds of tourists eager for anything out of the ordinary are guaranteed.
  2. The Heart Attack Grill’s slogan is a taste to die for. The interior of the restaurant resembles a hospital, the staff dress as sexy nurses, the guests are treated as patients, and the managers act like doctors.
  3. On the menu, you’ll find burgers named the Single, Double, Triple, Quadruple, and eight-patty Octuple Bypass Burger. The Octuple Bypass Burger contains a whopping 9,982 calories. It is composed of 3.97 lb of beef, 40 slices of bacon, 16 slices of cheddar cheese, 16 slices of tomato, 7 layers of red onions, and a special sauce.
  4. The fries at the Heart Attack Grill are fried in pork fat.
  5. For those with a sweet tooth, Butter-fat Shakes are on offer. This caloric bomb is available in vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry flavors and is made with real butter.
  6. Classic beverages to choose from include super-sweet sodas, beer, or wine. Naturally, they offer the unhealthiest options.
  7. Any visitor to the restaurant weighing more than 350 lb eats for free.
  8. If you manage to eat the entire Octuple Bypass Burger, you’re entitled to a free wheelchair ride. If you don’t finish your entire meal (any meal), a nurse in uniform will spank you.
  9. The restaurant’s owner has a sense of humor – the company through which he runs the business is ironically named Diet Center LLC.

Location of the Heart Attack Grill Restaurant in Las Vegas

Heart Attack Grill has been featured in more than one television documentary or news report. If you want to experience it yourself, all you need to do is make your way to Vegas. The restaurant is located in the heart of downtown at 450 Fremont Street. They are open daily from 11 a.m. to midnight.

The cheapest burger, the Single Bypass, costs $14.60, while the Octuple Bypass, a deadly eight, is priced at $38. Fries are sold separately for $2.75, and a can of Coca Cola is priced at $2.75. These prices are current as of May 2023 and include an 8.38% tax.

Photos of Heart Attack Grill in Las Vegas

Heart Attack Grill, Las Vegas | © Petr Novák

Heart Attack Grill, Las Vegas | © Petr Novák

Heart Attack Grill, Las Vegas | © Petr Novák

Heart Attack Grill, Las Vegas | © Petr Novák

Heart Attack Grill, Las Vegas | © Petr Novák

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