Colossal Food Challenges: Clinton Station Diner
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In this episode, we are going to New Jersey. We're talking burgers again. Join us as we take a look at Clinton Station Diner and its unbelievable burger challenges.
About Clinton Station Diner
Clinton Station Diner opened in 2004 in Clinton, New Jersey, with "Lots of Good Food" becoming the restaurant's slogan. The restaurant is known for its giant portions and also for its bakery. Their website states that they make over 50 homemade desserts, including delectable fresh-baked bread and muffins. The restaurant also features a full-service bar for those 21 and up.
The 8th Wonder Burger Challenge
The "8th Wonder Burger Challenge" is massive. Okay, I know what you're thinking, "massive" gets used to describe food challenges all the time. You are correct. However, we mean massive. This burger comes to a total weight of 105 POUNDS (pounds may vary slightly). You and nine other people (bring friends!) have one hour to take on this food challenge. If your team wins, there is a $2,000 prize. On their website, Clinton Station Diner states that this challenge must be attempted between eight in the morning and eight at night, with management watching over the event. There are smaller versions of the challenge, with prizes varying for each challenge.
"Notorious B.O.B." Shoudt, Geoff Esper, Darron Breeden, Molly Schuyler, Brandon "Da Garbage Disposal" Clark, Nick Wehry, George Chiger, Dan "Killer" Kennedy, Miki Sudo, and Andrew Puhl took on this beastly challenge.
According to Notorious B.O.B.'s video description, this is the only defeat of the challenge.
Dan "Killer" Kennedy, Brandon "Da Garbage Disposal" Clark, and Notorious B.O.B. have also taken on the restaurant's Zeus Burger Challenge. Kevin "L.A. Beast" Strahle took on one of the burger challenges for a YouTube video in 2018.
Think you can take on one of these burgers? Take precautions and read the rules and safety measures of each challenge before attempting.
Clinton Station Diner is open for in-door dining, curbside pickup, takeout, delivery and even features a drive-thru. The restaurant operates 24/7 and features a full menu, including a drive-thru menu. If you're ever in New Jersey, stop in at Clinton Station Diner to try their great menu, and if you're hungry enough, maybe one of their burger challenges.
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