The World's Largest Hamburger in Pennsylvania

The World's Largest Hamburger in PennsylvaniaPENNSYLVANIA - Located in Clearfield, Pennsylvania, Denny's Beer Barrel Pub is known for its gargantuan burgers. The restaurant claims to be home to the World's Largest Hamburger. The burger consists of an 80-pound patty of beef and six pounds of toppings, including five onions, twelve tomatoes, and 160 slices of cheese. It's served on a 30-pound bun.

Denny's Beer Barrel Pub Is Known For Its Gargantuan Burgers
Pennsylvania Has The World's Largest Hamburger

Denny's Beer Barrel Pub Is Known For Its Gargantuan Burgers

The burger has been featured on several national television shows.  The Guinness Book of World Records has also validated it. In the process, it surpassed the previous record of 78.5 pounds.

As if this was not enough, the burger was sold to assembled burger fans to benefit charity. A 20-year-old college student was the first to consume the World's Largest Hamburger without utensils.

There are several challenges to try at the restaurant. The 123-pound burger mentioned above is the biggest, but the company also offers a 2-pound burger, a 6-pound burger, a 15-pound burger, and a 25-pound burger. They require pre-ordering at least two weeks in advance, and the burgers take forever to serve.

The company has been in the burger game for many years. It was once known for producing the largest burgers in the country, but it's taken some time to regain the title. The aforementioned "World's Largest Burger" topped the previous record held by a burger in Carlton, Minnesota.

The most impressive part of the burger is the 30-pound bun. It takes nine hours to prepare and cook the 100-pound burger, which includes a special heat shield. It also features several toppings, including three pounds of lettuce, a pound of relish, and three pounds of peppers.