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eating 'challenges' (eat it and its free)

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eating 'challenges' (eat it and its free)

Anyone have a list of the eating challenges in toronto?

Looking for some "eat it and its free" places to go, not too popular in the GTA/Toronto area.
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These three seem like the only ones to go to in the gta,

- Stack’s Great Stack Challenge
- Pie Wood’s Furious Canucker Challenge
- Da Ultimate Dirty Burger Challenge
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Raggie wrote: Pearl Diver on this list isn't even a challenge, so they shouldn't even be advertising on here. They're just selling 100 oysters for $100.
Don't look at me, it's not my list.
Not my city either.
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dilligafeh wrote: Lone Star has the 72oz steak challenge.
As I recall this has been attempted by multiple RFDers and successful too. I know my limit when I had the Quad C at Dangerous Dan (not a finish and it's free), but that's not even close to the 72oz steak challenge.

OP if you do record challenges I would watch.
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Google Randy Santel and his YouTube eating challenges.

Scary

The Pho challenge was insane!

He's In the States so it's all American but worth a watch
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dilligafeh wrote: Lone Star has the 72oz steak challenge.
I've done one in Alberta before.
The stupid restaurant managed to give it to me well done instead of rare as well.
Along with it came a potato from Chernobyl. The stupid thing was as big as the steak.
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death_hawk wrote: I've done one in Alberta before.
The stupid restaurant managed to give it to me well done instead of rare as well.
Along with it came a potato from Chernobyl. The stupid thing was as big as the steak.
I would have complained about the well done part. You're better off eating plywood.
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joeyjoejoe wrote: As I recall this has been attempted by multiple RFDers and successful too. I know my limit when I had the Quad C at Dangerous Dan (not a finish and it's free), but that's not even close to the 72oz steak challenge.

OP if you do record challenges I would watch.
dilligafeh wrote: Lone Star has the 72oz steak challenge.
I saw the 72oz steak lone star challenge but i don't think i'll attempt it anytime soon (atleast a couple months), i've heard though the steak is really good so it's not a matter of taste but just if you can eat the volume.

will do it eventually though, 72oz is 4.5lbs which isn't too bad
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dilligafeh wrote: I would have complained about the well done part. You're better off eating plywood.
I did, but considering it took them an hour and a half to cook and I intelligently did it before going to work I had no wiggle room.
Plus I polished it off anyway and got it free so what else could they really do?
I'm not really going to get a dessert afterwards.
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UrbanPoet wrote: Kinton Ramen has a gigantic bowl of ramen that's free if you eat it all!!!
5$ worth of noodles and water...awesome deal...hahaha

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