Stray Dogs has a little something for everyone but you'll want to grab a bite of the monstrous 9-pound doughnut called the B.F.D. A proofed doughnut the size of a wagon wheel is dropped in the fryer and then filled with luscious chocolate ganache. The gargantuan treat is finished with vibrant pink frosting and sprinkles.
Fresh seafood abounds at this Jacksonville Beach restaurant but The Sea Monster is worth the stop. This behemoth burrito features six tortillas stuffed with five types of seafood, cheese, lettuce and salsa. The adorable leviathan is an absolute hit.
Henry Chandler has built a bastion of bayou culture in a laid-back environment at Henry's Louisiana Grill. Moderately hungry diners can enjoy classic dishes like hush puppies, jambalaya and etouffee. But don't miss out on the legendary nine-foot po' boy called The Big Bayou Monster. This massive sandwich boasts thirty pounds of fried shrimp, crawfish, oysters and alligator topped with a tongue-quivering remoulade.
Pie-Sci Pizza is home to a Motown mash-up called Pizzagna. This behemoth is a enitre Detroit-style pizza topped with sausage, pepperoni and two pans of lasagna.
This 24-hour spot has been satisfying hungry crowds with hearty sandwiches since 1933. Many of these beauties come with french fries stacked right on top of the meat, like the Kielbasa & Cheese or the Cap & Egg. Make the visit to take down the towering Triple Pitts-Burger. The massive creation features three burgers, capicola, fried eggs, crispy fries and cole slaw.
This cozy spot draws the crowds with its creative takes on downhome favorites. We suggest stopping by to tuck into The Big Daddy Hot Brown, a stunner of a sandwich that weighs in at 10 pounds. This supersized spin on the classic hot brown starts with dozens of toast points, which are then loaded with turkey, silky Mornay sauce, chopped tomatoes, bits of bacon and shredded parmesan cheese. After a 10-minute turn in the oven, the massive sandwich gets an elegant tweak in the form of edible flowers.
People come from all over for the authentic BBQ and the gargantuan dishes at Rollin Smoke. The Triple Gut Buster is a thirteen-pound, two-foot sandwich overflowing with three types of smoked meat and waffle fries.
Sesame Burgers and Beer is famous for taking burgers in new directions and in the case of The Juggernaut that direction is up. For this massive burger 30 ounces of beef is coated in a bourbon-jalapeno glaze then topped with a pile of fries, chili, queso, six strips of bacon, scallions and fried pickles.
Head to Shinto Experience for a little slice of Japan in the heart of the Midwest. If you dare, take on the biggest and most-monstrous sushi roll you’ve ever seen: Godzilla Roll. Their 5-pound deep-fried sushi creation is too much for just one person.
A local favorite, Dat Dog takes all the best of New Orleans and stuffs it into its famous sausages. Stop by to taste the legendary triple-decker creation called Datzilla. For this monster, three kinds of homemade sausage get topped with andouille sauce, crispy fries, shredded cheese, chili, onions, tomatoes, guacamole and jalapenos.
Celebrity sightings are well within the realm of possibility during a night out at LAVO, located directly on Las Vegas Boulevard. Settle in and treat yourself to the award-winning Kobe Meatballs served with sausage ragu, whipped fresh ricotta and garlic crostini. For dessert, grab a few friends and try the Strawberry Skyscraper. This towering creation is brimming with shortcake, fresh whipped cream and pounds of strawberries.
The Bakn Quake is worth the trip to this pork mecca. The dish features a massive pancake topped with a dozen fried eggs, a pound of cheese, seven types of house made bacon and greens tossed in honey produced by on-site bees.
Built on classically barbecued meats, Porkopolis is packed with return customers hungry for a taste of their unique smoky sensations. Their crowning achievement is the Triple Brady Bacon Burger, a 14-inch-high sandwich piled with three juicy hamburger patties and three different types of pork, jalapeno coleslaw, cheese and sauce.
Banter is known for combining Cleveland classics with Canadian comfort cuisine. A fan favorite is the Polish Big Boy, a 12-pound sandwich featuring house-made kielbasa piled high with fries, slaw and secret sauces.
Henry's is a popular spot because of its big portions of classic Southern food but The Hungriest Bennet takes this idea to another level. The 12 1/2 pound Herculean hash brown casserole features shrimp and grits, country fried steak and cheesy waffles all drenched in thick gravy.