…and a $50 price tag

…and a $50 price tag

It’s called the Mission Impossible Meal for a reason.

Chicago’s SafeHouse is famous for serving up some of the Windy City’s best burgers. And recently, the spy-themed bar and restaurant took their offerings to new heights: they sell a burger made with a whopping fifteen steak patties as part of a wild food challenge.

SafeHouseChi_OOMGBurger_photo via @safehouse_chi

Their recently launched OOmg Burger, a nod to 007, is a towering beast made of fifteen 3.5-ounce blend beef patties layered with cheddar, American, and pepper jack cheeses between brioche buns.

Brave souls with huge appetites can order the staggering sandwich solo ($50) or as part of the Mission Impossible Meal challenge ($65).

SafeHouse_Mission Impossible Meal Challenge_photo via @safehouse_chi

Your mission, should you choose to accept it: finish the behemoth burger, along with a 2-pound side of fried cheese curds and a 51-ounce beer, in one hour or less.

The reward? Your money back, bragging rights and your name on the “Wall of Spies,” various SafeHouse prizes, one free burger a month for a year, and inevitable meat sweats.

Would you dare attempt this Windy City challenge? We’d love to hear your thoughts — drop us a line at editors@foodgod.com.

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