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The Heart Attack Grill, Tempe, AZ
With menu items like "The Quadruple Bypass Burger", and "Flatliner Fries", this place doesn't sound too good if you're on a health kick. But hey, who cares! These massive burgers are the creation of "The Heart Attack Grill", a restaurant in Tempe, Arizona. "The Quadruple Bypass Burger" consists of four slabs of beef weighing a total of 2lbs, three cheese layers, four bacon rashers, lettuce and tomato. The record of eating one of these mammoth beasts was broken the other day by Jed Donahue, with a time of 3 Minutes and 55 seconds! The "contraversy" stirred up in part by the Nurses Union is a funny read too. Apparently they believe there might be confusion as to whether these nurses are real or not... hahah... lighten up I say! (you can read about that, here)

From: http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2006-12/14/content_5487567.htm

Courtney Chapman, a waitress dressed as a nurse at the Heart Attack Grill, holds up a triple bypass burger Friday, Dec. 1, 2006 in Tempe, Ariz. The barely year-old Tempe, Ariz., restaurant with its slogan "taste...worth dying for!" makes the "quadruple bypass burger," estimated to be 8,000 calories, and it is served by waitresses in "nurse" outfits.

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Courtney Chapman, a waitress dressed as a nurse at the Heart Attack Grill, holds up a triple bypass burger Friday, Dec. 1, 2006 in Tempe, Ariz. The barely year-old Tempe, Ariz., restaurant with its slogan "taste...worth dying for!" makes the "quadruple bypass burger," estimated to be 8,000 calories, and it is served by waitresses in "nurse" outfits. (Source: CRIonline)


Cyndi Altman, a "nurse" at the Heart Attack Grill, serves up a pair of single bypass burgers Friday, Dec. 1, 2006 in Tempe, Ariz. The servers, called nurses at the restaurant because of their minimal nurses attire, have angered a group of real Arizona nurses who say the servers demean their profession. (Source: CRIonline)


Stacey Hoffman, a waitress dressed as a nurse at the Heart Attack Grill, seasons the "flat liner fries" Thursday, Dec. 7, 2006 in Tempe, Ariz. (Source: CRIonline)


This image taken from the Heart Attack Grill website, shows part of their menu. (Source: CRIonline)


Jon Basso, owner of the Heart Attack Grill, serves up a pair of bypass burgers Friday, Dec. 1, 2006 in Tempe, Ariz. (Source: CRIonline)


Patrons line outside the door waiting to eat lunch, Thursday, Dec. 7, 2006, at the Heart Attack Grill in Tempe, Ariz. (Source: CRIonline)


Patrons eat lunch Dec. 7, 2006, at the Heart Attack Grill in Tempe, Ariz. The food offered by the restaurant seems really irresistible. (Source: CRIonline)


The Quadruple Bypass Burger


"We'll wheel you outside after you have completed your procedure"


The Quadruple Bypass Burger has four slabs of beef weighing 2lbs, three cheese layers, four bacon rashers, lettuce and tomato.


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The Heart Attack Grill, Tempe, AZ
Authored by: Anonymous on Thursday, March 10 2011 @ 02:24 PM EST
I think this a an awesome idea and I hope you open a grill in San Diego! I'm grown up enough to make decisions for myself on what I eat as well as I'm sure most of your patrons are. If its fattening or heatlhy, it's my choice and no one else if I eat it, so the news and health nuts trying to make you feel bad is wrong. If they want to eat healthier cool, but I make my own choices and if I die, it's not someone elses fault DUH, why would they even go there? Thats lame. I love the owners sense of humor and I love the whole idea of the grill, employees, gowns, food names etc.. WAY TO GO :)