The lines between conceptual art, satire and cold, hard artery-clogged reality are very much blurred at this merciless take on the traditional U.S. diner.
Taking as its start point the American predilection for massive over-consumption, the restaurant serves up what its founder, Jon Basso, once called "nutritional pornography, or food so bad for you it is shocking."
Two customers have recently suffered heart attacks while eating at this to-hell-with-health diner.
Orders are taken by busty stethoscope-wielding nurses who then dole out prescriptions for "single," "double," "triple" and "quadruple" bypass burgers ranging from eight to a whopping 32 ounces of meat.
The "quadruple" consists of four half-pound patties, eight slices of cheese and 16 slices of bacon while the bun is coated with lard.