Chili’s 1600-Calorie ‘Boss Burger’ Is Officially Available Nationwide

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Back in April, chili’s announced they were testing a brand new burger to end all burgers. It’s called the “boss burger” and we’re not quite sure your ears – or arteries- are ready for this.
Fit for only the largest of appetites, the boss burger is a behemoth of meaty proportions. It’s essentially a cardiologist’s worst nightmare – but even so we are so intrigued by this thing. If you aren’t familiar with this bad boy yet it’s made up of FIVE meats. Yes you heard that right FIVE different meats.
Inside two buttery buns you’ll find brisket, pulled ribs, jalapeño-cheddar smoked sausage, bacon, and a half-pound beef patty. The entire thing is slathered in BBQ sauce, ranch, and cheddar cheese. It’s then topped with tomatoes and lettuce – because obviously veggies are very important here.
And thanks to the overwhelmingly positive response to this massive pile of meat between two buns, the restaurant chain has decided to green light their innovation to locations NATION WIDE. This means that you can order it anytime, anywhere, from any chili’s location you stumble upon.
Oh and did we mention that this thing weighs in at a hefty 1,650 calories! Which for those who are wondering is just 350 calories shy of the government’s recommended intake for adults daily. The boss burger also measures in at almost a half a foot in height. A HALF A FOOT IN HEIGHT PEOPLE!
In a statement, Steve provost, Chili’s Chief Marketing Officer said QUOTE,
“America’s love of burgers has never waned, but the bar for an exceptional burger keeps getting higher and higher,” “Well, at almost half a foot tall – and with bacon and rib meat and sausage and brisket stacked on top of our one half pound of burger meat – it’s hard to get any higher than The Boss.”
He is certainly not mistaken there! In fact, the burger is so huge, that chili’s even suggested sharing the burger with your family and friends. But if you’re feeling up to the challenge – or simply don’t like sharing – far be it from me to stop you!
In a statement to PRNEWS wire the folks from chili’s elaborated, saying QUOTE,
“This burger is a meal in itself and for some it can be lunch the next day. If you have the courage to “conquer The Boss” you have two options – gather your closest friends and family for a Chili’s date to share this beast of a burger or if you’re feeling particularly saucy and are up to the #ChilisBoss challenge then you can try to conquer this thing in one sitting on your own. We’ve been letting our Guests decide.”

But if this boss burger is just too much meat for you – well you’re not completely out of luck because chili’s has introduced two other brand new burgers for you to try instead! The first is a variation of a burger the restaurant had on its very first menu way back in 1975 called the chili’s chili burger, using their original chili recipe. The second is the alex’s santa fe, which is a completely new creation made with avocado, tomato, onion, pickles and Chili’s secret spicy Santa Fe sauce!
Needless to say, the Boss is literally not for the faint of heart and all this burger talk has got me HUNGRY!
But now it’s time for me to turn it over to you guys. Would you try one of these MASSIVE boss burgers? Let me know all your thoughts down in the comments below. When you’re done with that, click right over here to see check out Disney’s brand new Beauty and the beast themed dessert! As always, I’m your host @erinrobinson on Instagram and I’ll see you next time.

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