Best Burger Restaurants in Las Vegas
Does any food sum up Las Vegas quite so much as an enormous burger? If you love nothing more than a giant beef patty with a succulent bun and delicious toppings, there are some amazing burger joints in Vegas that are sure to impress. Whatever flavor combination you want to try, you are sure to find the best burgers in Vegas at one of these top dining spots.
Gordon Ramsay Burger – Planet Hollywood
If you have ever watched “Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares” and dreamed of having dinner prepared for you by the great man himself, Planet Hollywood’s Gordon Ramsay BurGR could be the closest that you will get. You’re going to love the amazing combinations of flavors and the tasty hand-cut fries, and, as you might expect from a celebrity chef’s offering, even the patties aren’t run of the mill. These patties aren’t made from standard ground beef from the grocery store! No, these mouthwatering burgers are made from a blend of chuck, brisket, and short rib all basted in real Devonshire butter and cooked over an open-flame grill. Once they have been cooked to perfection, they’re served on a fresh brioche bun. If you’re a lover of all things spicy, the Hell’s Kitchen burger, named after the famous TV series, features roasted jalapenos with asadero cheese, roasted tomatoes, and avocados.
Umami Burger – SLS
If you are keen to try an award-winning burger, Umami should be your first port of call. Named as GQ Magazine’s “Burger Of The Year,” the beef patties are made from premium house ground steak and are enhanced with a delightful mix of sauces and seasonings. Some of the unusual toppings include roast Hatch chilis, smoked strings of salt, onion, and shiitake mushrooms. While you savor possibly the best burger in Las Vegas, you can even overlook the stunning Vegas Strip from the outside beer garden.
Burger Bar – Mandalay Bay
What could be more fun than making your own burger? This restaurant is based entirely on that concept and building your own gives you a plethora of decisions that could end up making your mealtime even more exciting. Do you prefer the classics? Then, a beef patty is for you. Do you fancy trying something a little different? Then, how about a buffalo or lamb burger? Then, it comes to the buns and the toppings, which include everything from fried eggs to pineapple. If you really want to splash out on a unique dining experience, you simply have to try the Rossini burger made from Wagyu Kobe-style beef with shaved truffles and sautéed foie gras – it doesn’t get much more luxurious than that!
Shake Shack – New York-New York Hotel & Casino
The New York institution has come to the West Coast and it really does live up to its reputation. Serving up top-quality Angus burgers with classic tomato, lettuce, and Shack Sauce, as well as veggie burgers made from mushrooms for those who don’t eat meat, this place may not be fancy, but it sure is delicious. And, what could be a better accompaniment to your meal than a frozen custard shake in a choice of chocolate, caramel, vanilla, or peanut butter flavors?
Steak ‘N Shake – South Point
If you like to keep things simple when it comes to your burgers, Steak N Shake keeps it classic. This Midwest restaurant lets you choose from a single-, double- or even triple-patty steak burger paired with crispy fries that will satisfy anyone’s hunger, along with hand-dipped enormous milkshakes in all the classic flavors.
Holstein’s Shakes and Buns – Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
If you like your burgers with a side order of drama, Holstein’s is the venue for you. Its décor is truly spectacular, with neon pink life-size cows, local artists’ work, and TV screens. It is not all about the design scheme, though. The food is pretty spectacular, too, with the Gold Standard burger (made from dry aged sirloin with smoky bacon, tomato confit, garlic-chive aioli, baby arugula, and goat’s cheddar cheese), and the outstanding Japanese-inspired Rising Sun burger made from Kobe beef with a teriyaki glaze, crispy yams, tempura avocado, spicy mayo, and nori furikake. Choose from one of the menu’s recommended beer pairings or a bamboozled shake – strictly for adults only!
Burger Brasserie – Paris Las Vegas
The Le Burger Brasserie has earned a worldwide reputation for its phenomenally expensive Maine lobster and Kobe beef burger, which retails at almost $800! If you are a true burger lover and you have a few hundred dollars to spare, this could be the ideal burger for you, with its hundred-year-old aged balsamic glaze, seared foie gras, goat’s cheese topping, and pancetta all served up with your own bottle of Dom Perignon Rose Champagne – only to be expected for almost $800! If your budget can’t stretch quite so far, no worries. You can still dine in this famous spot thanks to the more affordable menu options, such as the French onion burger, California chicken burger, and bleu cheese burger.
Bobby’s Burger Palace
Unlike the other establishments on this list, Bobby’s Burger Palace is not found in any of The Strip’s top hotels, although it is located conveniently between the Mandarin Oriental and the Aria. With its casual dining concept, this restaurant, designed by celebrity chef Bobby Flay, offers a wide choice of burgers, from veggie and chicken to turkey and beef, all paired with delicious popular toppings, such as fried eggs, queso sauce, and the rather more unusual avocado relish. If you want to give your burger a bit of a kick, the honey mustard horseradish sauce could be a winner. When it comes to sides, you can either opt for traditional fries or go with something a little more unusual, such as sweet potentate fries, buttermilk onion rings or cheese fries.
Whatever your budget and whatever your taste in burgers, you’re sure to love Las Vegas’ top-rated burger joints. With options to suit absolutely everyone, you’re sure to find a restaurant that has a menu to please your palate.
Grayson met Thomas Winston at university and has stayed in touch ever since. Now living and working in America as a logistics specialist, Grayson has long shared Thomas’ love of real money online casino games but prefers roulette and craps to blackjack. She signed on readily as a contributor when Thomas told her he was planning to launch the Rick’s Picks site to share her experience, tips and tricks, when it comes to real money online casinos.
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