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With the ever popular Man vs. Food showcasing the best eating challenges across North America and beyond, we at Beat the Brochure could not think of a better place to head to then New York City if you fancy a stab at one yourself. If you happen to be on a New York city break in the Big Apple and incredibly hungry, head to one of these pig-out spots for instant satisfaction.
If you love meat, you’ll love Swingbellys in Long Beach. Normal people can tuck into ribs, steak, coleslaw and loads of other meaty dishes individually. But if you are not normal and want to stuff your face, try the BBQ Challenge, where you eat all this and more in one sitting.
You have 1 hour to devour St. Louis Ribs, pulled pork on Texas toast, brisket on Texas toast, 4 wings, 3 Rib tips, with 2 sides and cornbread. If you manage it, you do not have to pay the $35 dollar bill!
Like Buffalo wings? Then you’ll love Buffalo Cantina. You have three minutes to destroy some ultra hot wings without wiping your mouth – do so and you’ll get a photo on their very own wall of fame. Fail and you look a fool. Dare to accept the challenge?
LoneStar Bar & Grill
If you ask most people, an eating challenge involves a massive steak and little else. If this is your idea of food challenge heaven, swing by Brooklyn’s LoneStar Bar & Grill. Here you can order an 87 oz. steak and a small side, if you eat it you do not have to pay. Although you will certainly be paying for it later in other ways…
Yummy Sushi Village
Food challenges do not have to be all meat, meat, meat. If you constantly tell your pals that you could win a challenge if it was fish instead of meat, Yummy Sushi Village is the place for you to back up your words. You have twenty minutes to eat as many pieces of sushi as you can – beat the current record and you’ll get some goodies and hopefully, a sick bag too.
Have you tried any of these challenges, think you could take them on or know of any more New York food challenges? Let us know by leaving a comment below!
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Olly started off his travels many years ago as a free-spirited young man and is now well and truly settled in to family life in which he makes it his duty to enforce family holiday fun upon the rest of his tribe. His favourite song is 'Come on Ilene' and he can be found singing it in Los Cristianos most years.