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  • Arabella Stratford

The Casino Food Challenge

Casinos are often a popular choice for those looking to try their luck at games while having a fun night out on the town. Whether you like poker, blackjack, roulette, or another game, there is plenty to do at the casino to make your experience memorable. One of the things that may catch you off guard as you play your next hand is, you guessed it, hunger. Casinos often have restaurants where you can eat and return to the games without leaving the property, making convenience part of your luxury experience.


Chicken Ranch Casino opened in 1985 in Jamestown, California. The casino is near Yosemite National Park and Sonora, CA, offering beautiful scenery and the convenience of nearby lodging to make for the perfect night. It is open 24/7 and features over 600 games. There is also a pet park available for those with pets.

The Ranch House restaurant and Roost café sit inside the casino, offering a variety of classic foods, including a breakfast menu. The restaurant serves as a place to go when hunger strikes, helping you fuel up before heading to your next game. However, if you're really that hungry, they have a challenge for you.


The Unpossible Burger Challenge is a giant stack of deliciousness (as Randy Santel says). This challenge costs $39.95 to try and is stacked high with many foods. It also includes two pounds of fries, four ounces of sidewinders, and four pickles, with a time limit of 45 minutes.

If you try your luck and are successful in your venture, you (and two others) will get an appetizer, entrée, and dessert for free. It does not include orders to go, and everyone must be present at your table to qualify for the free meals.

Contestants must be 18 years of age to try the challenge or accompanied by an adult if they are under that age. If a contestant gets sick, it will result in an automatic disqualification. You can't share it with anyone either, as this one is yours to tackle! The restaurant also states that "Promotional images not to scale or representative of the official Unpossible burger (but its probably the size of your head and neck combined)."


The Unpossible Burger Challenge is unique and looks delicious, though at the same time very challenging. I think if someone were to take on this burger challenge and win, the free appetizer, entrée, and dessert afterward might be the real challenge. Good luck, challengers!

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