So much about Las Vegas is over the top, from the sparkling lights to the luxe penthouses. The type of extravagance Sin City is known for can also be found on food and drink menus at all kinds of restaurants. Here are 10 of the craziest dishes you can order.
Fleur Burger 5000 from Fleur
This burger worthy of the biggest high rollers is made from Wagyu beef and comes topped with foie gras and black truffle. Thirsty? It's served with a bottle of 1995 Chateau Pétrus 5000 and will set you back $5,000 (available at Fleur in Mandalay Bay).
Whole suckling pig from Bazaar Meat
You'll have to call ahead to pre-order a whole suckling pig from Bazaar Meat at SLS Las Vegas. This meat lover's dish comes with 9 to 11 pounds of pork whole roasted in a wood-fired oven and served with a mixed salad for a whopping $540.
A New York-style slice from Pin-Up Pizza
Pin-Up Pizza, located inside Planet Hollywood, serves the largest slices of pizza on the Strip. Each pizza uses four pounds of dough, and a single slice measures 15 inches (well over a foot) long.
Octuple Bypass from the Heart Attack Grill
When you polish off an Octuple Bypass Burger from the Heart Attack Grill, you're consuming almost 20,000 calories! This behemoth burger includes eight burger patties (that's four pounds of meat), chili, onions, tomato and cheese, with the option to add 40 slices of bacon. Menu items are brought to the table by servers in nurse uniforms, and customers are asked to don a hospital gown upon entry. If you don't finish your meal, you get a spanking from your nurse server.
Cocktail Tree from Sushisamba
The $80 Cocktail Tree from Sushisamba at The Venetian features 12 stems of the restaurant's signature cocktails (up to three choices per tree), perfect for a group tasting.
The Ultimate Burrito from Pink Taco
At Pink Taco at the Hard Rock Hotel, diners can order the Ultimate Burrito, which comes with more than three pounds of pulled chicken, pork, beef, refried beans, rice, queso, guacamole, crema, pico de gallo and lettuce. Eat it in under 20 minutes and you win a prize.
All About Mary from Todd English P.U.B.
All About Mary is a meal in cocktail form. This over-the-top Bloody Mary is made from Tito's Vodka and house Bloody Mary blend, and it comes topped with a crispy chicken wing, slider, chilled shrimp, mini corn dog, stuffed olive, celery and pickled asparagus.
777 Burger from Burger Brasserie
The 777 Burger from Burger Brasserie at Paris Las Vegas will set you back $777. What do you get for the price? A Kobe beef burger with pancetta, goat cheese, arugula, seared foie gras, Maine lobster and a 100-year-aged balsamic, served with a BLT salad and a bottle of Dom Pérignon rose champagne.
Death Wing Challenge from Diablo's Cantina
Feeling brave? Diablo's Cantina has put forth the Death Wing Challenge, daring diners to finish a series of increasingly spicy wings – Anaheims, Fresco, jalapeño and finally Scotch bonnets. Those who make it to the end win a spot on the Wall of Fame and go home with a t-shirt. Losers end up on the Wall of Shame.
King Kong Sundae from Sugar Factory
A dream dessert for diners with a sweet tooth, the King Kong Sundae from Sugar Factory includes 24 scoops of ice cream topped with hot fudge, caramel and strawberry sauce, bananas, marshmallows, chocolate chip cookies, Reese's Pieces, gummy bears, crushed waffle cones, white chocolate strawberry shavings, toasted walnuts, whipped cream and giant lollipops with sparklers on top. That's a lot of sugar!