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Vancouver bar tops $60 cocktail with burger, pulled pork and chicken wings

The Checkmate Caesar from Score on Davie is 5,000 calories.
By Evan Bleier   |   April 28, 2014 at 3:21 PM   |   Comments

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, April 28 (UPI) -- A bar in Vancouver has come up with a new twist on Canada’s equivalent of the Bloody Mary that is basically a super-sized brunch on top of a cocktail.

The Score on Davie’s new cocktail, the $60 Checkmate Caesar, is made with classic ingredients like vodka and tomato juice -- but that’s not all.

The 5,000-calorie drink comes garnished with a roasted chicken, a burger, a pulled pork Sriracha-glazed slider, onion rings, chicken wings, a mac & cheese hotdog and a brownie for desert.

When news about the drink began to spread, diners and media outlets alike took notice.

“Media all over the world: Good Morning America, food blog sites. When you order it expect people to want to take pictures of you with it,” bar owner Jesse Ritchie told CTV News. “It’s a huge hit.”

The drink’s success has prompted the Score to come up with other Caesar beverage creations like the Grilled Chaesar, Ain’t no Thang and the Big Score.

“The night we made it, the Caesar felt like a celebrity with the entire full bar snapping photos and videos as we put the final pickle on the top! And, yes, you can drink it and it's delicious!" Ritchie told Eater.

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