Sometimes a single burrito or burger patty just isn't enough. If you are up for the challenge, these three restaurants are guaranteed to stretch you — and your stomach — to the limits. Whether it's a giant burger, massive burrito or cauldron of noodles, finishing one of these dishes comes with bragging rights.
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"Big As Yo' Face" BurritoChuy's, 118 Perimeter Center W., Atlanta Challenge: Take on two huge burritos, made with 12-inch tortillas packed with rice, beans and your choice of meat and toppings. There's no set time limit, so you can pace yourself. But you may want to save your winnings for another visit.
Prize: If you can finish both in one sitting, a third burrito is yours for free.
Information: www.chuys.com, 770-351-7777
Pho King ChallengeSo Ba Vietnamese Restaurant, 560 Gresham Ave. S.E., AtlantaChallenge: If you love pho, treat your taste buds to a "big bowl" at this East Atlanta Village eatery. It's equal to three large pho, with more than 1 gallon of liquid and 20 ounces of meat. The massive serving of noodles (about 18 ounces) is intimidating, but grab some chopsticks and try to conquer the pho. It's recommended you call in advance to let the restaurant know you want to take on the challenge.
Prize: If you can slurp the noodles all down in an hour, the pho is free along with a $100 gift certificate and a T-shirt that says, "I'm a Pho King Champion."
Information: www.soba-eav.com, 404-627-9911
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"Ghetto Burger"Ann's Snack Bar, 1615 Memorial Drive S.E., Atlanta
Challenge: At the iconic Ann's Snack Bar, you can order the 1-pound monstrosity of beef, bacon and chili. While finishing this burger may not land you a gift certificate, T-shirt or prize, the challenge of consuming the world famous "Ghetto Burger" in its entirety is an Atlanta tradition.
Prize: Nothing, but you'll have a great memory of conquering the massive burger.
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