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New Steak ‘n Shake Seven-Patty Cheeseburger Provides Proof That God Exists and is Listening

Steak ‘n Shake

For years, you’ve cried out in the darkness, “Why, oh why can’t I get a burger made with seven patties and seven slices of cheese at three in the morning?!” Well, Steak ‘n Shake has heard your pleas, America, and they’re here to help.

Dubbed “The Ultimate Challenge,” the 7X7 burger features seven Steakburger patties layered with seven slices of American cheese. It is part of the burger chain’s new AllNighter Menu, which will be available from midnight to 6 a.m.  Never again will your late-night cravings go unfulfilled when you’re forced out of the bar at closing time. Take comfort in knowing that this 1,330 calorie, 98 fat gram monstrosity exists to hold you over until breakfast.

The burger will retail for $7.77 but that doesn’t factor in the cost of resulting visits to a cardiologist. Can you really put a price on such late-night gastronomic glory, though?

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