Typically built off of a major thoroughfare, a roadhouse is a place where travelers can grab a bite to eat and then continue on their way.
But Rooster’s Roadhouse is anything but typical. It’s a destination for ‘epicurious’ gourmands from around the globe.
People come with empty bellies and a hunger to conquer one of two meaty celebrations of gluttony -- The Texas Slider Challenge and Rooster’s Hell Burger.
The Hell Burger is a little slider that looks like a toddler could snarf it down with a couple quick bites.
A few parenthesized phrases in its description on the menu may make someone ask a couple questions before ordering it:
“Why can only a person 18 years or older order the Hell Burger?”
“Why must I sign a waiver and why would I want to add a scoop of ice cream to my order?"
If the prospect of crying after eating a Hellburger doesn't sound appealing, diners can beef it up by attempting the Texas Slider Challenge.
It's comprised of 18 mini smash burgers and a pound of cheddar fries. It adds up to about four pounds of food a challenger must devour within 30 minutes.
Talk about a deadline.
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