The Most Unbelievably Things You Can Eat In Every State


Whether you’re up for a challenge or just really hungry, there are tons of insane dishes to try all throughout America. Some will leave you full for days, and others don’t even seem physically possible. 

Either way, here’s the most extreme meal you can find in every state across the country. If you can manage to finish it all, you may be leaving with a free meal – and bragging rights forever:

Alabama: Helfi’s Monster Burger (Clanton)

Alaska: Humpy’s Kodiak ArrestIt’s $160 and 5.5 pounds of food, but if you think you can eat seven crab cakes, three pounds of Alaskan crab with sides, one foot of reindeer sausage and wildberry crisp with ice cream for dessert? Then be our guest.
Arizona: Chompie’s Slider Challenge (various locations)

Arkansas: Pig-‘N- Chik’s Sarge Burger (Sherwood)

California: Big Mama’s and Papa’s Pizza Challenge (Burbank)

Colorado: Pho-King Challenge at Pho 95 (Denver).

Connecticut: Spike’s Junkyard Dogs (various locations)Each challenge differs by location, but YOU have to try to beat the last reigning champ’s number of hot dogs. It may sound easy, but these belly busters are stuffed to the max.
Delaware: Two Fat Guy’s American Grill (Various Locations)

Florida: Mongo Burrito Challenge (Sarasota)

Georgia: Big Pie in the Sky (various locations)

Hawaii: Moose McGillycuddy’s Twelve Egg Omelet (various locations)

Idaho: Westside’s Pizza Death by Pizza Challenge (various locations)

Illinois: The Fifty $50 Ultimate Eating Challenge at The Fifty/50 (Chicago).

Indiana: AJ’s 1260 Challenge at AJ’s Burgers and Beef (West Lafayette)

Iowa: 28,890 Challenge at Screaming Eagle American Bar and Grill (Waterloo).

Kansas: The Ultimate Destroyer at Papa Bob’s Bar-B-Que (Bonner Springs).

Kentucky: Banana Quake at L & R Soda Bar (Elkton).

Louisiana: Aircraft Carrier at Sunrise Bistro (Slidell).

Maine: Meat Mountain Boat Challenge at Binga’s Wingas (Yarmouth)

Maryland: The Titanic at Justine’s Ice Cream Parlour (Ocean City).

Massachusetts: The Gronk Challenge at Perfect Game (Worcester).

Michigan: Mt. Nacheesmo at Tios Mexican Cafe (Ann Arbor).

Minnesota: Hot Wing Challenge at The Pourhouse (Minneapolis).

Mississippi: 72 oz. Challenge at Duke’s Steakhouse (Pelahatchie).

Missouri: The Mama’s Challenge, Mama’s On The Hill (St. Louis)

Montana: Jumboli, Trimbo’s Pizza (Butte)

Nebraska: The Stellinator, Stella’s Bar and Grill (Bellevue)

Nevada: 120 oz. Steak, The Brand Steakhouse (Las Vegas)

New Hampshire: Grand Poutine Challenge, Chez Vachon (Manchester)

New Jersey: Mount Olympus, Clinton Station Diner (Clinton)

New Mexico: Fireman Burrito, Cecilia’s Cafe (Albuquerque)

New York: The 2 Ton Challenge, 2 Ton Tony’s (Rochester)

North Carolina: Mac’s Fatboy Challenge, Mac’s Speed Shop (All locations)

North Dakota: The “Frac Attack”, Big Willy’s Saloon & Grill (Williston)

Ohio: Terminal Tower Sundae, Sweet Moses Soda Fountain (Cleveland)

Oklahoma: The Six Shooter Challenge at The Cow Half Hay (Edmond)

Oregon: The 72oz Steak Challenge at Sayler’s Old Country Kitchen (Portland)

Pennsylvania: The Uncle Buck’s BBQ Sandwich Challenge (Plymouth)

Rhode Island: The King Kong Omelet at The Hungry Monkey (Newport)

South Carolina: The Belt Buster Challenge at Big Billy’s Burger Joint (North Charleston)

South Dakota: The Boss Hog Challenge at Boss’ Pizza and Chicken (Sioux Falls)

Tennessee: Piranha’s Titan’s Cheesesteak Challenge

Texas: The Big Watt at Fat Boy’s Bay & Grill (Houston)

Utah: The Kitchen Sink Banana Split at Angie’s Restaurant (Logan)

Vermont: The Cal-Mungo Calzone Challenge at Ramunto’s Brick Oven Pizza (Williston)

Virginia: The Challenge Burger at Lucky Star Lounge (Front Royal)

West Virginia: The Homewrecker Hot Dog at Hillybilly Hot Dogs (Lesage)

Wisconsin: The Tsunami Challenge at WeatherVane (Menasha)

Washington: Sam’s Burger Challenge, Sam’s Tavern (Seattle)

Wyoming: The Ring of Fire Challenge at JC Burger & Catering (Casper)

Are you hungry, disgusted, or both?? Where else in America can you find an insane food challenge?



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