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Burger Bar - Las Vegas


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Burger Bar - Las Vegas

barry | | May 26, 2008 11:55 AM

We were in Las Vegas last weekend with some friends. The guys went to the Burger Bar in the shop area between Mandalay Bay and Luxor as the women shopped. The restaurant is actually closer to Luxor, but you can access it from either side.

We arrived around 1:30 and we were surprised to see people waiting outside. The hostesses said the wait was 35-40 minutes, so we put our name in and went for a walk. There is a lot of seating at the bar (not subject to the wait list), but it was packed, as well.

The wait ended up being closer to 55 minutes, but we found a seat at the end of the bar and enjoyed a great IPA while we finished our wait. We were then seated at a booth along the wall. Each booth comes equipped with its own tv, and you can also see big screens above the bar. This is not a sports bar, but you can definitely watch the game (or in our case, the Preakness) as you eat.

The menu includes many burger combinations put together by the restaurant, including the Rossini with Kobe beef, sautéed foie gras, shaved truffles, and Madeira sauce on an onion bun ($60). We decided to build our own instead after getting another beer (this time a refreshing Stella Artois). There are 25 international beers on tap and another 15 in bottles.

I chose the Ridgefield Farms beef ($8) for my burger. They also offer Black Angus ($9), American Kobe ($16), Colorado Lamb ($9), turkey and veggie. You then choose one of 6 buns before picking from a big selection of toppers, and each adds to the cost of the burger. You can add from sections called, Grill, Garden, Ocean, Dairy, Farm, Pantry (sauces), Earth, etc. I added grilled onions and Prosciutto.

The burger was fantastic. Seriously, this may have been the best burger I've ever eaten. I like Delux, but this was better. The patty was thick and juicy, cooked perfectly, and the taste was out of this world.

We also ordered sides of buttermilk onion rings ($3.25), skinny fries with buffalo seasoning and thick fries ($2.50 each). All were good, although I like Delux' fries better.

We liked Burger Bar a lot. I will definitely go back when in Vegas, although the wait was a drag. If you're alone or with one other person, you probably have a good chance of grabbing a stool at the bar rather quickly.


Burger Bar
3950 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV

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