Heart Attack Grill Headed to Dallas, Get Your Pacemakers Ready

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Dallas get ready for lard dipped french fries, greasy burgers and fat content high enough to make your heart stop–literally! The Heart Attack Grill is headed to Dallas complete with naughty nurses that serve as waitresses and hospital gowns for customers. Even the cooks wear surgical masks! Here anyone over 350 pounds eats for free including the grill’s former customer/spokesman, Blair River, who died this month at the age of 29 from complications of pneumonia (research shows that severely obese men are at greater risk of developing pneumonia, a complication of obesity). A former wrestler, he was 575 pounds at the time of his death.  The Phoenix-based restaurant is expected to expand to Dallas and open a new location at Market Street in Dallas in June, says Nancy Nichols over at Side Dish h/t for spreading the word. Before you get ready to sink your teeth into one of  Dr. Jon’s (founder of the Heart Attack Grill Diet Program) creations: Quadruple Bypass Burger, Flatliner Fries, a Butterfat Shake, or a Taste Worth Dying For bleck!, take a look at this Nighline piece from last night that discusses in deep friend depth the real story (and tragedy) behind the Heart Attack. Thankfully, my husband and I watched the piece together, and he was disgusted at the food. Whew. I didn’t even have to do a stare down warning about what would happen if I ever caught him getting served by a naughty nurse! He’d need a hospital after that!

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Chick Talk Dallas is the hatchling of Joanna Cattanach, a former Dallas Morning News staff writer/news assistant. A graduate of Baylor University, she currently works as a freelance writer and writing instructor in the Dallas area where she, her husband and baby son call home. Follow her on twitter.com/ChickTalkDallas.
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