You Can Take On A 10-Pound Cinnamon Roll In Washington For The Ultimate Challenge
They also have a 20-pound version. 👀
If you're known for your massive sweet tooth, we know where you should head next. Stuffy's II Restaurant serves up colossal 10-pound cinnamon rolls that are perfect whether you're looking to tackle food challenges in Washington, or your usual life update is "hungry again."
At this old-school diner nestled in the heart of Longview, you can expect a classic American menu of comfort eats — everything from sandwiches and burgers to puddings and mac 'n' cheese, every day from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
But it's their massive portion sizes (hello, dozen egg omelet) and outrageous food challenges that they are most beloved for.
It even made it to an episode of Food Network's Outrageous Food at one point.
Whether you're daring your friends or yourself, the challenge we're talking about involves eating "The Bear Roll" which costs $22.60 a pop. It's a gigantic 10-pound cinnamon roll slathered with at least three cups of icing that you need to eat in one hour and 15 minutes.
The rules are simple: You need to notify the diner 24 hours in advance so they can bake this mammoth confection.
If you eat it within the specified time (no bathroom breaks!), not only is your meal is free, but you'll go down as a legend in Stuffy's Hall of Fame and get a t-shirt or a hat that proclaims you as the champion too.
Want it for free anyway? You can snag one of these creations on your birthday with a meal you order there.
All you need to do is whip out your ID and be hungry — really.
They also have other legendary challenges, something that people have been taking on for 27 years now — consuming a $88.25 "Party Burger" that's equal to 20 1/4 pound burgers.
Their latest one includes eating an aptly-named "Party Roll" that weighs 20 pounds for $49.50.
This "oversized stuff" can be ordered even if you're not up to the dare, too. Just make sure you wear some loose pants and bring your appetite.
Stuffy's II Restaurant
Address: 804 Ocean Beach Hwy., Longview, WA
Why You Need To Go: You can challenge yourself or your friends to eat a massive, 10-pound cinnamon roll.