Epic Burger Launches 'Epic AF' Eating Challenge

    Industry News | January 10, 2022
    Epic Burger eating challenge.
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    The challenge is available at any Chicagoland location.

    Epic Burger is kicking off 2022 with the launch of their new Epic AF Challenge. The Challenge includes Two double Black Angus Beef Epic Burgers stacked with Bacon, Cheddar Cheese, Lettuce, Tomato, Pickles, Grilled Onions and Epic Sauce served with a double order of Epic Fries, an order of Sweet Potato Fries, an order of Onion Rings, a 3 Piece order of Chicken Tenders and an Epic Shake. Those with dietary restrictions can choose the Halal or Vegetarian option too.

    The Challenge: Consume all items within the time limit. 

    Cost: $20.08 

    Time to complete: 20 Minutes 08 Seconds 

    Rules: Must be 18 years or older to participate, No assistance with competition, Must complete all food and milkshake within 20 minutes and 08 seconds Must sign a waiver.

    Prizes: Gift Card for $20.08, EPIC AF Shirt, Name/Photo in a social media post

    The Epic AF Halal Challenge 

    Two double Black Angus Beef Epic Burgers stacked with Cheddar Cheese, Lettuce, Tomato, Pickles, Grilled Onions and Epic Sauce served with a double order of Epic Fries, an order of Sweet Potato Fries, an order of Onion Rings, a 3 Piece order of Beyond Tenders and an Epic Shake. 

    The Epic AF Vegetarian Challenge 

    Two double Beyond Burgers stacked with Cheddar Cheese, Lettuce, Tomato, Pickles, Grilled Onions and Epic Sauce served with a double order of Epic Fries, an order of Sweet Potato Fries, an order of Onion Rings, a 3 Piece order of Beyond Tenders and an Epic Shake. 

    The Epic AF Challenge 

    Two double Black Angus Beef Epic Burgers stacked with Bacon, Cheddar Cheese, Lettuce, Tomato, Pickles, Grilled Onions and Epic Sauce served with a double order of Epic Fries, an order of Sweet Potato Fries, an order of Onion Rings, a 3 Piece order of Chicken Tenders and an Epic Shake. 

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