Owner puts restaurant on the line in burrito challenge

A Park Slope restaurant is challenging customers to eat its 30-pound burrito for a chance to own a piece of the eatery. The owner of

A Park Slope restaurant is challenging customers to eat its 30-pound burrito.

A Park Slope restaurant is challenging customers to eat its 30-pound burrito. (10/13/15)

PARK SLOPE - A Park Slope restaurant is challenging customers to eat its 30-pound burrito for a chance to own a piece of the eatery.

The owner of Don Chingon, a newly opened Mexican restaurant, says that the burrito has about 25,000 calories.

The burrito has a vegetarian option, but normally includes steak, pork and chicken rolled up together.

And those who can chow down the entire $150 serving in under an hour will have a chance to win a 10 percent stake in the restaurant -- that is if they can wash it down with a super spicy ghost pepper margarita.

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