This is just too much, Outback. Too much!
If you are a fan of Outback Steakhouse and dine there on the regular, chances are that you have ordered the chain's iconic appetizer, the Bloomin' Onion, at least once.
Basically, it's the mother of all bar food. Outback takes a gigantic onion, fries it, and cuts it into the shape of a blooming flower, which you then dip into some sort of creamy and fatty sauce.
Long story short: The Bloomin' Onion is not good for you. But many find it irresistibly delicious.
And because of that, Outback has apparently decided to one-up itself, and so it has released its newest menu item, the 3-Point Bloomin' Onion, in honor of March Madness.
"Just in time for March Madness, Outback has created the 3-Point Bloomin’ Onion: Outback’s Signature Bloomin’ Onion topped with Loaded Aussie Cheese Fries [fries with melted Monterey Jack and Cheddar, and chopped bacon] and bites of juicy, seasoned center-cut sirloin steak," an Outback representative told For The Win.
This is a heart attack on a platter, folks.
You will be able to order the 3-Point Bloomin' Onion for $12.99 all the way through April 4, 2017, at participating Outback Steakhouse locations -- but that doesn't really mean you should, considering just one 3-Point appetizer clocks in at more than 3,000 calories.