They named their burger single by-pass, double by-pass or triple by-pass and their "flat liner fries" are fried in pure lard! Hows that for a change?!
Well not only the food can alter your blood pressure but the main blood pressure modifier in this place are the girls! The waitresses or should I say The Naughty Nurses!
Check out below for the photographs of the "Nurses"!
Are You Man Enough?
Will you make any complain or voice your dissatisfaction if you are one of the patron to this grill? Knowing you all hamsap flers i doubt you would complain either!
Now the interesting part, official complain were lodged against them (Heart Attack Grill) for impersonating "nurses" and their uniform ... read article below :
Could someone please open this kinda restaurant in Malaysia pulez pulez mighty pulezzzzz!!! My blood pressure is kinda low lately!
Waitresses dressed as naughty nurses rile RNs
Scantily clad servers push artery clogging fare at the Heart Attack Grill
TEMPE, Ariz. - The Heart Attack Grill — a theme restaurant whose specialties include the Quadruple Bypass Burger and Flatliner Fries, cooked in pure lard — is making health-care professionals’ blood pressure rise, and not because of the menu.
It is because of the waitresses’ naughty nurse uniforms.
The waitresses wear skimpy, cleavage-baring outfits, high heels and thigh-high stockings — a male fantasy that some nursing organizations say is an insult to the profession.
Several nurses have complained to the Arizona attorney general’s office, and a national nursing group has repeatedly asked Heart Attack Grill owner Jon Basso to stop using the outfits.
“Nurses are the most sexually fantasized-about profession,” said Sandy Summers, executive director of the Center for Nursing Advocacy, based in Baltimore. “We’re asking people, if they’re going to have these fantasies, please don’t make it so public. Move these sexual fantasies to other professions.”
Basso shrugs off Summers’ complaints, and refers to her and her supporters as prudes, cranks and lunatics.
“If anything, I think it glorifies nurses to be thought of as a physically attractive and desirable individual,” Basso said. “There’s a Faye Dunaway, Florence Nightingale hipness to it. Nobody wants to think of themselves as some old battle ax who changes bedpans for a living.”
The most serious complaint Basso has faced was made to the Arizona attorney general’s office by the state Board of Nursing. In September, the attorney general’s office wrote Basso a letter informing him that he is illegally using the word “nurse” at his restaurant and on his Web site. Citing Arizona Statute A.R.S. 32-1636, the attorney general said only someone who has a valid nursing license can use the title “nurse.”
Basso refused to remove “nurse” from his Web site but inserted an asterisk next to every nurse reference and included the following disclaimer:
“The use of the word ‘nurse’ above is only intended as a parody. None of the women pictured on our Web site actually have any medical training, nor do they attempt to provide any real medical services. It should be made clear that the Heart Attack Grill and its employees do NOT offer any therapeutic treatments (aside from laughter) whatsoever.”
Basso said the complaints have been good for business, “all they’ve done is ensure there’s going to be a gajillion of these all over the country.”