#1 The Triple Coronary Bypass (aka The Super Stack)
The Vortex, located in Atlanta, Georgia, is the establishment that trademarked “Coronary Bypass Burgers” back in the ’90s. And the Triple Coronary Bypass is the one they call the “most preposterous.” Let’s start with the cheese. There are 14 slices of cheese amidst three beef patties, three fried eggs, and 10 slices of bacon, all stacked between grilled cheese sandwiches (used for buns, of course). The burger is served with a side of tater tots and french fries, just in case you’re somehow still hungry.
From the lovely inventors of the “Coronary Bypass Burgers” at The Vortex (Atlanta, GA), comes another ridiculously sinful spin on the burger… the Carnivorgasm! Like the name implies, this is a ruthless mean stack that will probably put you to sleep before you can get out of the booth. Sitting pretty between a normal sesame bun, the Vortex original BBQ sauce covers two grilled sirloin patties, turkey, ham, smoked pork, bacon, cheddar, AND whiskey pimento cheese.
#3 The 666 Burger
Feeling sinful? The 666 Burger is a unique creation brought to you by Wiener and Still Champion in Evanston, Illinois. This devilish combo gains its name not by any affiliation with the underworld, but because there are 6 mozzarella sticks, 6 slices of cheese, and 6 slices of bacon stacked between a sesame bun and beef patty.
#4 The 100 Patty In-N-out Burger
Y’all have heard of In-N-Out, right? Animal style fries and mouth-watering special sauce? But have you heard of the 100 patty cheeseburger that some crazy beef mongrel ordered? Well, it happened. And it really doesn’t make any sense.
#5 Deep Fried Gravy Patty Burger
You see that thick oozing patty on top of the other patty? That’s a deep-fried patty of pure gravy. Visit Wiener and Still Champion in the one and only Evanston, IL for the greasiest, most classic cheap eats with a twist. You can add the gravy patty onto just about any burger they offer.
#6 Eli’s Donut Burger
Eli’s Donut Burgers keeps it simple. They operate out of a small food truck in the Twin Cities and greater Minnesota area, serving the delicious donut burger. Sharp cheddar cheese melted over two patties, stuck between a heavily glazed donut is their official trademark item. Would you indulge?
#7 The Fifth Third Burger
The West Michigan Whitecaps baseball team appreciates their fans so much, they’ve adopted a fan-created burger onto their permanent ballpark menu. Take all of your favorite ballpark foods and toss them onto five burger patties and you’ve got yourself a Fifth Third Burger. Think we’re exaggerating? Think it sounds too good (or bad) to be true? The Fifth Third burger includes Fritos, a cup of chili, five slices of American cheese, nacho cheese, sour cream, lettuce, tomato, and five burger patties (all 1/3 pound each).
#8 The Bubba
If you’re craving some traditional down-home cooking, Doc Crow’s in Louisville, Kentucky should be on your destination list. The burger seen here is the Bubba. Between those buns you’ll find pulled pork and beef brisket on top of a 1/2 pound beef patty. Throw in a fried green tomato, some onion rings, and a fried egg and you’ve got yourself a varied and delicious array of protein.
#9 Chicken Bacon Eggo Sliders
There may not be any words for this one… or for any of PYT’s Burgers for that matter. Here, you see a fried chicken patty with applewood smoked bacon and a MAPLE CHIPOTLE SAUCE, beautifully orchestrated between mini Eggo buns and coated with maple syrup. It sounds crazy until you think about it being inside your mouth. PYT is a home of the “craaaziest burgers” and they’re located in Philadelphia, PA.
#10 The 999 Burger
Have you ever had a craving for not one burger patty, but TEN burger patties (all buns included) and 14 slices of cheese, all stacked together into one 30,000 calorie burger that’s as tall as a two year old? Of course you have! Well, next time you get that craving, all you have to do is travel to
The George in Stockton, Britain and spend 35 euros on a heart attack waiting to happen. Or, you could go the good samaritan route and feed a small village.
#11 Donut Burger Sliders
The Donut Burger Slider hails from The Original, a famous dining destination in Portland, Oregon. A highland oak beef patty topped with melted Tillamook cheddar cheese sits upon a sliced buttermilk donut. Yep – you read right… a donut. Order this mysteriously delicious slider as an appetizer for the perfect balance of sweet and savory.
#12 Buff Mac n’ Cheese Burger
Just when we thought we’d seen enough from PYT, we found the Buff Mac n’ Cheese Burger (created at Philadelphia’s “craaaziest burger” joint). Fried celery sticks doused in bleu cheese dressing accompany a grilled chicken patty that’s been tossed in buffalo sauce. It’s basically like eating all the bar food you’ve ever loved in one delicious, fried, dressing-saturated bite.
#13 The 9 Pounder
There’s nothing particularly crazy about The 9 Pounder besides the fact that the patty alone is a hefty nine pounds. And then there’s like two pounds of lettuce and a four pound brioche bun, but that’s neither here nor there. It’s just a normal burger. So if you happen to be near one of BGR The Burger Joint’s 22 locations, stop in for a casual bite.
#14 Muddy Pig
The Muddy Pig is just one of the many out of this world concoctions from Crazee Burgers. Remember that delicious, chocolate-y hazelnut spread, Nutella? Caramelize some plantains, fry up some bacon, smear on some Nutella, then throw it all on top of your traditional hamburger, and you have the Muddy Pig. Crazee Burger is located in North Park, San Diego.
#15 Ramen Burger
Take two of your favorite dishes – ramen and burgers – and fuse them into a sandwich. That’s what Keizo Shimamoto did to become an innovator and a legend with his creation of the Ramen Burger. To make this unique burger even more incredible and edible, most places serve it with a fried egg on top of the patty (get that nice egg yolk running through them noodles, ya know). It all started at a small Brooklyn flea market called Smorgasburg, but now the burger has traveled to the west coast (among other places), where you can try it at The Original Ramen Burger.
#16 The Original db Burger
When you think about sinking your teeth into a juicy burger, you usually don’t imagine eating it at a white table cloth kind of establishment. But the DB Bistro, located in New York and Miami, serves a very sophisticated burger dubbed, “The Original db Burger.” What makes it so sophisticated? The ingredients, of course! This sirloin burger is filled with braised short ribs, foie gras, and black truffles. Can ya dig it?
#17 Shrimp and Grits Stuffed Burger
Inside that monstrous patty is sautéed shrimp, Andouille sausage, and gouda cheese. Topping it off is an Andouille sausage and a gouda grit cake, with a smoked tomato beurre blanc sauce. So indulgently decadent, but does it really sound like something you’d want to try? Visit The Nook in Atlanta, Georgia and find out for yourself.
#18 Peanut Butter Cup-Stuffed Burger
Why wait for dessert when you can stuff it into your main course?! Canadian burger restaurant The Works Kanata introduced this Reese’s-stuffed artery clogger in October of 2015, just in time for Halloween. And it’s scary. According to the restaurant’s description, it’s made with classic Reese’s peanut butter stuffed right inside our juicy beef patty and topped with crispy onion strings, two strips of smoked bacon and even more peanut butter cups!”
#19 Peanut Butter and Jellousy Burger
Slater’s 50/50 serves “Burgers by Design” all throughout California, and at each location, you can find the infamous Peanut Butter and Jellousy Burger. Aside from bending the traditional burger rules, it’s pretty straight forward. Peanut butter, strawberry jelly (queen of the jellies), and bacon adorn a beef patty on a honey wheat bun.
#20 The King
In an insensitive yet honorary gesture, the Boston Burger Company has named its most unhealthy burger after The King himself, Elvis Presley. Because of his love for peanut butter, bacon, and fried banana sandwiches, the Boston Burger Company decided to dish up those exact ingredients on a sirloin patty.
#21 Bacon Cheese SPAMBURGER
You can decide for yourself, but Spam calls this “a better kind of bacon cheeseburger.” Crack open a can of Spam, crisp up some bacon, throw a packaged cheese slice on there with your favorite condiments, and you’ve got yourself a two minute burger variation.
#22 Fried Ice Cream Burger
Visit the Florida State Fair and you could indulge in a deep fried ice cream cheeseburger. Fairs are really good at frying anything that can fit inside the fryer, and since anything that’s fried is inherently delicious, we’re betting this burger doesn’t taste as wacky as it sounds.
#23 Fleurburger 5000
Do you want to pay $5,000 for a burger that won’t even fit inside your mouth? If so, go to Fleur in Las Vegas, San Francisco or Beijing! This pricey angus beef patty is covered in a black truffle sauce, then topped with sliced truffles, and all of that’s topped with a foie gras patty. The reason for the insane price isn’t just the truffles and the foie gras though, it’s because this special burger comes with a bottle of vintage Petrus.
#24 Blueberry Venison Burger
The Blueberry Venison Burger is the perfect dish for the sophisticated shooter. Grind up some venison, mix it with fresh blueberries and Hoisin sauce, grill it up, and you’ve got yourself an eclectic and rustic flavor combination.
#25 Canned Cheeseburger
For those quiet nights by the campfire, Trekking Mahlzeiten or Trek’n Eat, a Swedish outdoor food company, brings you cheeseburger in a can.
#26 The S’mores Burger
Only in Myrtle Beach (we hope) can you find the S’mores Burger. Out of all the burgers on this list, this one may be the most confusing. Thanks to the River City Cafe, you can have a burger with peanut butter and marshmallows on it any time you want.
#27 Cheesiest Cheeseburger
A reporter for the Japanese publication, Rocketnews24, walked into his office one day with a Burger King cheeseburger with 1,000 slices of cheese on it. Somewhere underneath that leaning tower of cheese is one sad patty. If you have a weak stomach, you probably shouldn’t look into any pictures of him consuming the “burger.”
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