Carnivores, you're in for a treat.
If you've been on the hunt for a hearty burger tower that's so bad for you but tastes so, so good, run - not walk - to your nearest Vortex restaurant.
The Quadruple Coronary Bypass is an impossibly huge burger tower that only two people have ever finished, according to The Vortex Instagram page. It's 10,000 calories of a 32 ounce-ground sirloin, 27 bacon strips, 12 entire ounces of mayo, 28 slices of cheese, and four fried eggs squished between eight slices of Texas toast. In all, it's almost 6.5 pounds.
If that wasn't enough, you'll get a side of tater tots and fries, covered in cheese and bacon bits. Of course, the side couldn't be a regular portion size either. The tater tots and fries weigh in at 20 ounces. If you take on this eating challenge, you're not considered done until you wash down a 32-ounce beverage alongside every speck of food on the plate in under 30 minutes. This heavy intake of food might require a few days of fasting.
If you're not feeling up to 8 pounds of food, the Coronary Bypass is available as a single, double, and triple. The double, triple, and quadruple are only available Monday through Friday from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., so you only have a small window of opportunity to get your hands on this.
If you're crowned victorious, you'll get your meal free of charge, along with social media glory, your name and photo inside both Vortex locations, and an exclusive T-shirt. The meal is $80, so you'll be saving a lot of bread if you stuff yourself with ... more bread.
Both locations, 878 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA 30309 in Midtown and 438 Moreland Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307 in Little Five Points offer this monstrous burger.
Kids, this challenge is for adults only because you have to be 21+ to enter The Vortex. Maybe you can be crowned the third ever person to finish this burger and go down in Vortex history.