Heart Attack Grill Opens in Downtown Las Vegas

Posted Tuesday, October 18, 2011 by in Las Vegas Casinos, Las Vegas Restaurants. 4 Comments.

We honestly aren’t sure what to make of this, but we’re passing it along, anyway. Vegas is all about excess, right?

The Heart Attack Grill, touted as a “hospital-themed restaurant,” has opened on Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas.

Heart Attack Grill

The mind reels.

The irreverent restaurant features menu items like the Single Bypass Burger, Double Bypass Burger, Triple Bypass Burger, and, well, you get the idea. The menu also features Flatliner Fries (cooked in pure lard) and Butterfat Milkshakes. It’s completely possible we just gained four pounds typing that sentence.

Over 350 pounds eats free

We do not condone this. Although we do like free stuff.

The Quadruple Bypass Burger, it should be noted, delivers a belly-busting 8,000 calories, with four half-pound beef patties, eight slices of cheese, a whole tomato and half an onion served in a bun coated with lard. We’re thinking this might be a good moment to yell, “Stomach pump, stat!”

The new restaurant has a dining room and walk-up window, as well as a full-fledged ambulance outside on the evening we stopped by.

Heart Attack Ambulance

Seriously hilarious.

Find out more, if you dare, on the official Heart Attack Grill site.

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  1. As a big guy with obesity related health issues, this place kinda offends me. That their 29 year old, 579 lb spokesman died, I think, demonstrates the moral bankruptcy of their concept. And while flu related pneumonia may not appear to be obesity related, that kind of weight can reduce a body’s resistance to and ability to deal with all sorts of illnesses.

  2. Anonymous

    We went here, and it was not good in a lot of ways.  The girls weren’t very cute and the burgers were pretty terrible.  The shake was very good though.

  3. Anonymous

    Thanks for the update, Allan! We had hoped for high-calorie greatness. Sigh.

  4. Don’t get offended, PUT DOWN THE FORK FATTY.