AHT reader Curtis R. gave us a heads up about Heart Attack Grill (warning: website automatically plays music) in Chandler, Arizona, the appropriately name three-year old burger restaurant whose motto is, "Taste Worth Dying For." Burgers topped with cheese, onion, and tomato range from the Single Bypass (single patty) to the towering Quadruple Bypass (quad-patty), and sides include Flatliner Fries (fried deep-fried in lard) and unfiltered cigarettes. Young waitresses are dressed in skimpy nurse uniforms (the subject of controversy in 2006) to fully convey the male-targeted hospital theme, not that they could give you any medical attention if you were to actually have a heart attack.
Are their burgers worth dying for? If you've been there, let us know how it is.
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