Here’s a shocker. The Heart Attack Grill at Neonopolis — home of the 8,000-calorie Quadruple Bypass Burger with its four half-pound beef patties, eight slices of American cheese and a bun coated in large — skirted a shutdown by the Southern Nevada Health District last Wednesday. The high-calorie restaurant that hands out free dinner to anyone who weighs more than 350-pounds landed 40 demerits during a routine health inspection.
Some of the violations include a lack of hand washing, spoiled or contaminated food, foods not stored at proper temperatures and operating outside the parameters of the restaurant’s health permit.
While 40 demerits was one point shy of a complete shutdown by the SNHD, it does mean a C grade can now be displayed prominently next to signs touting that, “This establishment is bad for your health.”
Already paramedics have visited the controversial restaurant twice, once for a “medical episode” and a second time for an apparent real heart attack.
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