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Nov 14

Heart Attack Grill, Las Vegas, NV

 

 

Heart Attack Grill Las Vegas NV, quadruple bypass, quadrupal patties, burgers, giant burgers, hamburgers, cheeseburgers bacon, bacon burger, bacon burgers, heart attack, american food, american restaurant

I’ve always heard about the Heart Attack Grill in Arizona (which is apparently closed now), so I was delightfully surprised when my cousin told me there’s one in Las Vegas while I was town, so he took me there so both of us can see what all this hubbub is all about.

Upon walking in, they put a hospital gown on you along with a wristband, before admitting you into the restaurant. They told us the gown is clean so I had to take their word for it. Then we were admitted to our table, along with all the other patients, aka. customers, waiting for their heart attack burgers.

The biggest thing they have is, of course, the infamous quadruple bypass – a four-patty burger embedded in layers of cheese, onions, and tomatoes. And they really make sure you have to “go big or go home” because there’s a no-share policy. Each person has to order something. If you want to aim for the $12.94 quadruple bypass you have to eat it all by yourself. If you’re splitting with someone, both of you will have to pay the price of two double bypasses (double patty burgers) for $9.24 each. We resorted to the 2-pounder quadruple and a single bypass – with bacon – which was more than plenty for our tummies.

Quite frankly, In-N-Out Burgers is still better. The burgers here are just decent – thick patties but not as juicy as In-N-Out. We just plowed through the burger with forks and knives, tossing the buns aside. I did not like the soggy fries even when I specifically asked the attitude-stricken waiter in her slutty nurse costume to make them well done and crispy. For a “nurse” she’s not very caring and patient-friendly.

Overall, I highly doubt I’d come back here. It’s one of those places where I’d go once and be satisfied because now I can say “Yeah I’ve eaten at the Heart Attack Grill.” It’s more of a novelty thing than anything else.

Heart Attack Grill
450 Fremont St.
Las Vegas, NV, 89101

 

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