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Le Burger Brasserie is located in the Paris Las Vegas. This upscale hot spot takes the traditional burger and adds anything and everything under the sun to create some unique and delicious takes on the American classic. An elegant atmosphere, an enormous plasma screen television, and bartenders looking to impress are only the tip of the iceberg. If you're really feeling reckless, try the Kobe beef and Maine lobster burger with caramelized onions, Brie, prosciutto and 100-year aged balsamic vinegar. If that wasn't enough, it also comes with a bottle of Rosé Dom Perignon champagne. However, that mouth-watering meal costs $777, though other gourmet burgers are sold at a much more moderate price.
Tasty burgers at a great price draw patrons to In-N-Out Burger again and again. This location in Las Vegas is open late, so you'll find hungry party-goers here at night. The menu is simple, featuring burgers, fries, and drinks. Those in the know order from the secret menu, which features delicious variations on the classic burger and fries sold here. The Animal Style fries are worth trying: they're topped with caramelized onion and cheese sauce.
Founded in 2005, Heart Attack Grill is a destination for "thrill seekers and risk takers," as owner Jon Basso puts it. Featuring a hospital theme, where waitresses are dressed as nurses and give orders for "prescriptions," this wacky restaurant gives a whole new meaning to outrageous dining. This is a restaurant where junk food is worshipped so much that its Quadruple Bypass Burger actually holds the Guinness World Record for the world's most calorific burger. These are no ordinary burgers - the smallest on the menu, the Single Bypass, is stuffed with five slices of bacon per patty. The Double Bypass, the Triple Bypass and the Quadruple Bypass are each stuffed with ten, fifteen and twenty slices of bacon per patty with Heart Attack's own unique sauce. One can enjoy Flatliner Fries or Butter Fat Shakes on the side. Alcohol and Half Liquor Jello Injections can be ordered along with the food.
If you’re looking for a good burger in Las Vegas, there are many places to choose from. According to the Las Vegas Weekly, there are so many good options when it comes to finding a good burger in Las Vegas they had trouble narrowing it down to one winner. Instead, they narrowed it down to four. Among those four was Smashburger and its signature Sin City burger. If you like your burger lean, then you’re in the wrong place. The Sin City burger is a greasy half pound of meat, a fried egg, bacon, American cheese, grilled onions, haystack fried onions and Smash Sauce. Hungry yet? Other menu items include smashchicken sandwiches, veggie frites and Haagen-Daz shakes.