You’re always telling your friends about how you’d love to open up a hip taqueria in Brooklyn, but don’t quite have the capital. #ParkSlopeProblems
Well, today is your lucky day: Park Slope restaurant Don Chingon is offering a 10 percent stake in the restaurant to anyone who can eat a 30-pound burrito, then wash it down with a ghost pepper marg, in one hour or less. Sounds easy, right?
The burrito, which will set you back $150, is three and a half feet in diameter and filled with: chicken, steak, carnitas, chorizo, cheese, rice, beans, and salsa. It’s aptly named the Gran Chingon (translation: huge badass), and FWx reports that it hit the menu yesterday, October 8.
Don Chingon chef German Villatoro tells FWx that the restaurant “will not accept any responsibility for death or illness” that occurs in the aftermath of eating the colossal burrito. He also explains why he would give away part of his restaurant to a stranger:
Makes sense. But before you get your hopes up, know that “any bathroom breaks or discharge of bodily fluids of any kind will result in forfeit.”