Where can you spend your car payment on a single burger, and be forced to eat it standing up? Why, in New York City, of course.
First, a restaurant called Serendipity created a $295 burger. Now a food truck called 666 burger has created the Douche Burger.
For $666, you’ll get a pentagram-stamped bun surrounding a Kobe beef patty stuffed with foie gras and wrapped in edible gold leaf.
The meat is topped with caviar, lobster, truffles, Gruyere, champagne, and a sauce made with rare Kopi Luwak coffee. (That’s made from coffee beans that have passed through the digestive tract of an Indonesian creature called a civet. Yum.)
And according to Gothamist, the whole thing is wrapped in three $100 bills. One of the 666 Burger owners told the paper, “When you’re done with it, you’ll have three greasy hundred dollar bills and have to decide what to do with them. That’s why it is called the Douche Burger.”
So, is it worth blowing your credit rating for?
According to 666 Burger, “